This spacious open plan kitchen features traditional white cabinetry paired with a double-tiered breakfast bar and brown wicker stools. Hand-hewn walnut floors lead the way to the nearby dining room, while the other side of the kitchen provides access to a sweeping staircase and the second floor of the home.
This kitchen renovation included opening up the kitchen and dining spaces to allow easy transition between the two spaces. Stainless steel appliances, white Shaker cabinets and brown quartz countertops are featured throughout the room, while white glass pendant lights hang above the kitchen island.
This home was gutted from top to bottom and carefully reconstructed to meet the needs of the modern-day family. Classic materials meet contemporary touches to create an overall eclectic feel in the historic home. In the dining area, new French doors open onto the deck.
A rounded, open archway provides a window to the dining room area, making it easy to transition from the kitchen to dining space. A round dining table is surrounded by four tan dining chairs and accented by an industrial pendant light.
This minimalistic dining room pairs together soft gray chairs with a cool gray and black dining table, while a rectangular chandelier hangs above. A pair of glass doors offers a view of the backyard, while an orchid and simple white candles act as a table centerpiece.
This airy living room features an open plan that allows for easy transition between the living, dining and kitchen areas. Exposed beam vaulted ceilings make the room appear larger, while a neutral color palette keeps the room light. Built-in flank the fireplace, while cherry hardwood floors add an exotic look to the space.
The addition of this staircase in the dining room adds access to the master suite of this renovated 1920s bungalow. The space under the staircase makes a perfect spot for a built-in closet, while the home's original window provides nice, natural light to the dining area.
An all-neutral color palette allows the striking views of Seattle to take center stage in the dining room. Easy access to the patio invites alfresco dining and brings an airy flow to the transitional design.
A dark brown 4-door wood accent cabinet with geometric knobs with abstract wall art above sits in a niche right off the dining room, offering easy-access storage for dining and entertaining essentials.
This large great room opens up entirely at one end, accessing an outdoor dining area that meshes seamlessly (and oh so conveniently!) with the kitchen. Beautiful hardwood floors and white cabinetry reflect the ample sunlight.
This neutral living room with heather furniture features a concrete wall that acts as a partial divider between the living and dining spaces. Floor-to-ceiling windows with sliding glass doors allow for easy access to the pool and patio areas.
This neutral kitchen features cherry wood cabinets and white countertops, as well as a small dining space with a gray marble-topped table and metal chairs. The open nature of the kitchen allows for direct access to the living room, which features gray sofas, a natural woven area rug and yellow accents.