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.
Modern and classic pieces mix in this bright transitional living room for a traditional feel with an updated look. Natural light and bright colors keep the room from looking too dark while exposed beams and a natural wood mantel add in some warmth.
For the polished, sophisticated look in the home's giant open plan kitchen, a sprinkling of dark gray elements (the exposed beams, range hood and a sprinkling of cabinets) are added into the mostly lighter palette. The contrast introduces a just-right note of gravitas.
Overlooking Lake Michigan, the sunroom offers a refreshing place to relax and enjoy the views. Four wooden armchairs pair with plush neutral cushions to provide comfortable seating to enjoy company. Suspended from the exposed beam ceiling, a unique light fixture with lit candles adds ambient lighting when the sun sets.
Period details from this Tudor home's 1936 origins mingle with modern comforts to create an inviting living room. White walls allow the warm exposed beams to shine, with oversized windows bathing the room in lots of natural light. Neutral furniture keeps the space feeling airy and bright, from the double sofas and cushioned chairs to the bench at the window.
White oak cabinetry, exposed wood beams and white stone countertops contribute to the layered textures and neutral tones of this elegant rustic kitchen. Dark brown leather barstools let guests keep the chef company when meals are underway.
The stately stylings of this expansive kitchen mean meals around the island feel as grand as in many homes' dining rooms. Metal, lantern-like pendants and exposed wood beams give a hint of rustic charm to the otherwise white space.
A heavy wood coffee table along with exposed ceiling beams anchor this living room with rustic charm. Printed chairs with sloped arms and a built-in bookcase offer a more updated, transitional look in this space first seen on HGTV's Buying and Selling.
Exposed white beams and brass pendant lights give this transitional kitchen overhead definition, leading to the thoughtfully planned marble backsplash behind the range hood to the glass tile backsplash above the granite countertops. Gray cushioned bar chairs line the kitchen island with storage beneath.