This spacious bar area features dark brown wooden cabinets and shelving, allowing ample storage space for bar essentials. Wide plank hardwood floors were designed to match the cabinetry, while neutral stone countertops provide a light contrast. A curved staircase with a wrought iron railing is positioned overhead.
From the subway tiles to the squared-off pedestal sinks and high-gloss hardwood floors, the sleek details in this rustic farmhouse bathroom give it an elegant, polished look. The white palette offers a clean, fresh feeling and a great contrast to the dark wood molding.
White walls and bold, dark gray trim makes this library niche pop! The hardwood floors, cowhide rug and 1970's bench play off each other in an eclectic harmony. Bold artwork, a potted olive tree and the midcentury bar make this niche the perfect vignette.
Temper the coolness of black and gray with warmer accents like gold and wood. The open plan dining room and kitchen go solemn in the center with gray rugs and darker furniture and light around the edges with hardwood floors, white walls and lots of windows.
This room started as a dark room with heavy furniture that failed to accentuate the rooms greatest features, like the vaulted T&G ceiling. The room was brightened up with a light blue paint, added hardwood floors and a chandelier that would draw one’s eye to the beautiful, original ceiling.
]This room started as a dark room with heavy furniture that failed to accentuate the rooms greatest features, like the vaulted T&G ceiling. The room was brightened up with a light blue paint, added hardwood floors and a chandelier that would draw one’s eye to the beautiful, original ceiling.
A built-in breakfront cabinet and original refinished hardwood floors are among the period details that give this transitional kitchen its charm. An antique workbench gets new life as an island, and pale gray marble on the perimeter countertops and backsplash set off the island’s dark soapstone top.
Pale gray marble on the perimeter countertops and backsplash set off the dark soapstone countertop on the island in this transitional kitchen with period details. Hardwood floors are original to the downtown Savannah house. Stainless steel appliances, including a built-in microwave, provide all the modern-day conveniences needed.
An antique workbench gets new life as a center island in this neutral transitional kitchen with period charm. Pale gray marble on the perimeter countertops and backsplash set off the dark soapstone countertop of the island. Original details like hardwood flooring and high windows blend with sleek appliances and updated finishes.
Neutral walls and pale hardwood floors provide a pleasing backdrop for dramatic dark-and-light cabinetry in this transitional kitchen with Craftsman touches. Wide windows bring in loads of natural light, and creamy Calacatta marble countertops continue the light, airy feel brought in through the natural light and white palette.
Find inspiration in color. This wall of blue mosaic tile is the star of this bathroom designed by David Stimmel. The cannister wall sconces provide illumination as well as visual style above the vanity's white vessel sink and marble countertops. The dark, curved wood cabinets provide subtle contrast with the lighter hardwood floor.
Natural light floods in from the large window above the sink in this lovely transitional kitchen. White cabinets help the area feel bright and spacious and pop against the dark walls. The varying tile sizes in the backsplash bring a nice texture to the design, and hardwood floors bring a soft finish to the space.
As seen on Rehab Addict, the kitchen in the Riley home was completely gutted. New cabinets, appliances and granite countertops were added. A white subway tile backsplash with dark-colored grout adds a vintage touch. In order to keep something from the original home, Nicole Curtis was able to salvage the hardwood floors.
This modern bathroom for two was designed with large dark tiles on the walls, gorgeous light hardwood planks on the floor, a contemporary his and hers vanity, two large mirrors and wall-mounted lighting. A Southwestern patterned area rug complements the variety of textiles in the space while adding a touch of personality and warmth.
What's not to love about this contemporary living room? Though defined by crisp white walls and hardwood floors, this space comes to life with a dark green fireplace surround, pink sofa and two bright green chairs. A navy blue area rug keeps the space soft and invites guests to kick off their shoes and stay awhile.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson transformed this once dark and dated dining room into a chic, bright space with plenty of room to eat and entertain. For this glamorous update, she stained the original hardwood floors a darker color, smoothed out the popcorn ceilings, added new trim and wallpaper and filled the space with a mixture of modern and vintage decor.
This late 1980s kitchen is updated by painting the oak cabinets a soft warm gray, refinishing the hardwood floors and installing granite countertops, a new apron-front sink, a bridge faucet, wire pendant lights and stainless steel appliances. For a distinct look, an unconventional size of subway tile (2x8) with dark gray grout is used for the backsplash.
A darker gray paint shade serves as an accent wall against the light wall and hardwood floor in this modern bedroom. A low, wood, asian style bed frame features a connected headboard and attached nightstands supporting white table lamps. A shag rug adds texture to the room and bright orange accent pillows provide a pop of color to the design.