Large windows with dark wood trim continue the Old World feel into the dining room. Because the walls and floors are so much lighter, the wood adds dimension to the space and draws the eye in towards the antique table.
The renovation returned much of the home's classic grandeur, replacing the plain white trim with a palette of dark green and classic brick that feels more somber and historic, as seen on HGTV's Home Town.
High-contrast landscapes call for high-contrast color palettes. This desert ranch stays cool with a white exterior and an accent of chocolate brown trim. The beauty of this color combo? Any accent color can be chosen for outdoor furniture and decorations.
Royal blue accents reign supreme in this great room, adding a stylish touch to the comfortable cream-colored furniture. The rustic fireplace and birdcage light fixture create a pleasant visual contrast with the modern windows.
Dark wood cabinetry, ceiling beams and accents are balanced by white paint and wall tiles and a lightly colored granite countertop in the master bathroom of a Spanish colonial-style villa in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
Dark-painted trim inside the window casings echoes the dark woven frame of the mirror in this California bathroom, creating contrast with the neutral walls and cabinetry. The furniture-style vanity has inset doors and drawers for a streamlined look.
Using black as an accent color on the exterior helps draw attention to architectural details like windows, doors, and trim, and, as the team at Awad + Koontz Architects Builders notes, “gives a modern touch to a traditional home.”
Neutral walls with a darker beige trim create a sophisticated and classy look to this home exterior. Tiny shrubs are organized in a mulched garden. The beautiful landscaping matches the attractive home for a full outdoor experience.
White trim against mocha walls turns this hallway into a work of art. Dark wood floors add elegance to the space that provides access to the powder room. Framed artwork elevates the space and gives it a gallery feel.
For this powder room, the homeowner wanted a crisp, minimal space that maximizes storage and has a fun, contemporary midcentury vibe. The look was achieved with a sleek, wooden vanity and chrome sconces. Dark, charcoal paint helps the trim pop.
The leather-like finish of the range hood with wrought iron nailhead trim adds immediate intrigue to this cozy kitchen design. Above the stove top, a framed diamond pattern accent panel decorates the dark subway tile backsplash that separates the built in white cabinets from the green marble countertop.