This beautiful, eco modern kitchen is the focal point for the house. With natural elements, such as the live edge wood shelving, the natural green and yellow of the walls and the wood trim around the doors and windows, and the modern touches like the clean lines and smooth edges of the cabinets and the countertop, this design perfectly encompasses the homeowners' desire for a kitchen that reflects their love for nature as well as their attraction to the modern design style.
As seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation, the newly-remodeled kitchen in Karen Mizrahi and Diana Lovati's Tarzana, California, home is a mixture of rustic and sleek elements, creating a very functional space with modern appliances for a fresh vibe. All of the wood is reclaimed and the varied tones and textures are set off beautifully against neutral grey cabinets, barstools and floor tiles.
Tranquility Pools brought a "Miami chic" feel to this New Jersey outdoor space. The stone of the pool house is connected to the stone in the pool fireplace and contrasts with the tile. The project was a 2015 Association of Pool and Spa Professionals International Awards of Excellence winner.
As seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation, the newly-remodeled kitchen in Karen Mizrahi and Diana Lovati's Tarzana, California, home is a mixture of rustic and sleek elements, creating a very functional space with modern appliances. Quartz countertops and a quartz backsplash provide easy-to-clean and durable work surfaces.
This custom kitchen features a blend of design styles, from its clean-lined and contemporary cabinetry and lighting to its rustic arched stone entryway. Throughout the house, faux finishes and stone accents give a nod to Tuscan design.
This in ground pool features unite concrete for durability and modern flair. Full spectrum LED lights illuminate this aquatic feature so the fun doesn’t have to stop once the sun goes down. Natural brownstone coping line the pool’s border and the plaster/ tile colors in the pool play off of the natural tones on house and deck area. Artistic handrails help tie the metal elements from the nearby deck to the pool area.
Expansive windows on the facade of this renovated transitional estate allow the light fixtures to be viewed as you approach the house. Interesting curved lines and gables characterize the home's exterior.
This open and airy room features a floor-to-ceiling brick fireplace in the same neutral, whitewashed tones that permeate the decor of the entire house. A wood plank ceiling runs the length of the space, adding architectural interest and setting the tone for the home's rustic-modern style.
As seen it on Love It or List It, this beautiful rustic kitchen now has a functional appeal for the family. With plenty of natural light coming in fro the stairs and the windows in the back of the house, the space has a light feeling. The natural wood elements in this kitchen, such as the kitchen island, the exposed beams and the kitchen table, help to bring the rustic style to live, while the muted green kitchen cabinets adds much needed storage space.
As seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation, homeowners Matthew and Christina Eason created a cozy sitting room with a mix of modernist and vintage elements centered on the fireplace of their Moorpark, California, home. Polished cement floors add a sense of industrial chic and the blue/grey accent wall adds depth to the space and draws the eye to the backyard. (After)
Believe it or not, this is a kitchen in a Civil War-era home! The designer retained original elements of the house -- such as the wood beams and ceilings -- but added contemporary elements such as a plethora of cabinet space and a large, marble-topped kitchen island. A unique, painted folk art spring screen brings splashes of color to the room.
Most gingerbread houses are made for display purposes rather than actual eating, so why not use paper elements to spruce up the decor? Make this embellishment by folding strips of decorative paper accordion-style and securing with hot glue to create the background fan. Top with the printable gingerbread man party circle design.
The Redondo Beach House in Southern California consists of eight shipping containers along with traditional stick frame construction. Designed by Peter DeMaria of DeMaria Design, the result is a four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath that maintains its original corrugated steel walls and wood floors. Airplane hangar doors are a major standout element, and redefine bringing the outdoors in. If you’re a fan of shipping containers but can’t afford an architect, DeMaria also operates Logical Homes, a reasonably priced line of pre-fabricated container homes.