This spacious kitchen is beautifully lit highlighting the neutral subway tile wall with three decorative stripes, large neutral island with brown leather barstools and attractive wood details from the exposed ceiling beams to the smooth hardwood flooring. The warm, timeless look is highlighted with a distressed range hood and a trio of iron pendant lights.
"I think the family room and kitchen are a great place for the family to relax and spend time together. It's very comfortable, and the materials are hard-wearing for the kids," says designer Angelica Henry.
This spacious living room features soft neutral hues and an exposed beam wood paneled ceiling. Built-in cabinets on either side of the stone fireplace provide space for storing books and displaying decorative pieces, while the black glossy coffee table adds a contemporary touch.
Though the family room is eclectic in style, the designers used orange pillows to complement the armchair and tie the space together. The wood coffee table works the same way -- it's both functional and complements the exposed beam ceiling.
This spacious kitchen features sleek brown wood cabinets, a neutral textured backsplash and white stone countertops. Pendant lights hang from the exposed beam ceiling, while red metal stools at the kitchen island provide a space for casual dining.
A comfy sofa and fun hanging egg chair offer plenty of seating in this spacious living room as well as prime angles to view the wall-mounted TV over the fireplace. Exposed beams hug the ceiling, adding character and architectural interest.
Faux support beams make the ceiling feel lower, and the room feel cozier in this living space. Bright blue-gray walls and new wood floors give a clean modern look. A chandelier with rustic accents adds character to the space, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
This second floor hallway is located in a vacation home just minutes away from Lake Tahoe. Neutral-toned curtains and upholstered furniture keep things bright and open, a look enhanced with the large windows allowing natural light into the space.
A round dining room table is flanked by four chairs and positioned on top of a large, circular rug in this open dining area. Wood ceiling beams complement the dark wood cabinetry and floors, while a light-colored backsplash and dining chairs break up the dark palette.
All of the original windows were retained and given new window treatments. The hardwood floors were restored and all of the original shiplap exposed and painted white. Unpainted wood ceiling and exposed wood beams help distinguish the space and provide a warming accent, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.