TriplePoint Design Build remodeled this Cape Cod kitchen with an eye on extra storage space for the homeowner. White wood cabinetry, granite countertops, a tile backsplash and contemporary pendant lights give the room an expansive feel without sacrificing any of its stylish charm.
Remove the shades from sconces in order to streamline the style and the space, says Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson, architect and designer with Terracotta Design Build in Atlanta. Then, instead of a cabinet, use fancy open shelves with baskets to hold toiletries and corral clutter.
In the hallway of this updated home, TriplePoint Design Build included a pocket door as a gateway to the Art Deco master bathroom design used in the next room. The hallway style has a transitional feel, with landscape art and family photographs on display.
Designed by TriplePoint Design Build, this pool and patio area is a beautiful and functional space for entertaining. Because the colors were kept soft and muted, the natural surroundings become part of the scene. At dusk, the well-designed lighting plan is used to its full effect.
Florida foliage is a perfect backdrop for this built-in bar, pool and patio area designed by TriplePoint Design Build. The home and outdoor decor were kept in monochromatic tones of beige and sand that create a calm, inviting setting for relaxing with family and friends.
Bolster the seating with pillows bearing favorite locations and phrases. You can take a linen pillow and use stencil and spray paint to add the name of your town or home country, or anything you want, says Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson, architect and designer with Terracotta Design Build in Atlanta.
This stylish dining and kitchen area is contemporary and comfortable for its Florida homeowners. Designed by TriplePoint Design Build, the open concept space features interesting light fixtures, flat-front kitchen cabinetry, ample seating and well-placed accents that play nicely against the beach scene featured in the background.
TriplePoint Design Build designed this living space to showcase the view out the floor-to-ceiling windows. Colors and furnishings were kept subtle and neutral so that the blues and greens of the outdoors would pop in the room. This contemporary look is nontraditional but comfortable and stylish nonetheless.
TriplePoint Design Build designed this home for style and comfort but with an eye always on the ocean view beyond its walls. One never loses sight of the outdoors because of the home's floor-to ceiling windows, but relaxing is inevitable inside this living space with stylish, modern decor.
To replicate this Old World farmhouse look, wrap a plain drop-down header in cedar to create the appearance of an antique beam, says Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson, architect and designer with Terracotta Design Build in Atlanta. Rustic lighting fixtures and rush-seat bar stools round out the farmhouse design.
If you have extra space in your bathroom, bring in a stylish chair, like this ghost chair in lightweight acrylic. It can serve as a seat and even towel storage. Just make it look deliberate, says Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson, architect and designer with Terracotta Design Build in Atlanta.
Have you kept any beloved books from your childhood or recent favorites? Then pair them by author, topic or color to add personality and height to a coffee table, in an affordable way. Terracotta Design Build in Atlanta uses flowers that remind them of the drawings in the books.
TriplePoint Design Build selected a more traditional white vanity to coordinate with the 1920s-style design for this bathroom. The pop of red in the flower arrangement adds a dramatic touch to the black and white room. Sunflowers in yellow and black are seen in the photo's background.
TriplePoint Design Build chose an updated take on 1920s style with its redesign of this master bathroom in dramatic black and white. The pops of color found in the decorative flower arrangements provide contrast against the more minimalist theme but still help cultivate a sleek and sophisticated look.
TriplePoint Design Build continued the color scheme for this remodeled home, using taupe and white to its full effect. The bedding and furnishings are simple but stylish to accommodate the homeowners' busy lifestyle. Modern artwork and a tray ceiling with cove lighting help to update and add interest to the room.
Clean, classic and so very inviting describe this spa bathroom designed by TriplePoint Design Build. The wall and flooring feature a beige and cream swirled travertine tile that creates a unified presence, while the darker tub surround, checkerboard accent tile and chest of drawers give the room added warmth and dimension.
TriplePoint Design Build created a perfect complement to this home's pool and patio area with this covered porch, where one can relax by the fire, watch television or entertain guests. Furnishings here blend with the overall decor to create a cozy living space that is sure to be enjoyed by all.
This remodeled Cape Cod home, designed by TriplePoint Design Build, features many great architectural details both inside and outside its doors. The foyer, for example, incorporates white columns that contain wraparound bookcases, while the family room displays a beautiful coffered ceiling to enhance the traditional recessed lighting in the room.