In this white transitional living room, touches like the exposed beams and sliding barn door are charmingly matched with this mountain home's rustic setting. Behind the barn door, graphic wallpaper is a fun reveal.
Fixer Upper host Joanna Gaines ultimately opted to keep the ceiling beams which, with the new bright white interior, tie in nicely with the newly added trim. The fresh motif and added light make the room feel much larger.
This covered patio lets you enjoy the great outdoors in style. Exposed ceiling beams highlight the home's architectural style, while an open arched doorway to the backyard mirrors the arched doorways into the house.
This living room features several large windows for natural light and a great view, and it includes exposed wooden ceiling beams, two ceiling fans, a pair of traditional armchairs and an ornate coffee table.
This bathroom doesn't sacrifice clean lines for a rustic look. Exposed timber beams add rustic, lodge style while wooden shelves above the tub provide necessary storage. The standalone tub is outfitted with a nickel-covered Victorian faucet for a traditional touch.
An eclectic bedroom features formal elements such as the crystal chandeliers, yet is made casual and inviting with the addition of the exposed beams, lush white linens and Flokati rug. The primary design element, though, is the ocean outside: It's brought in visually by the expansive windows that surround the room on three sides.
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 chef kitchen has elements of rustic, cottage and Mediterranean styles, which come together to create an amazing and eclectic space. Shelves replace cabinets to showcase special white serving pieces and dishes. The recessed backsplashes, crafted of single slabs of marble, are striking in their natural simplicity. A red-and-blue Oriental style rug brings a punch of color to the space
Open vertical panels create a subtle room division as well as display space in this bright, coastal room. A dark wood table adds beautiful contrast to the white walls and neutral carpet. Coastal decorations give the room personality and bits of color.
Beautiful white wood walls and exposed ceiling beams give a great nautical feel to this coastal mudroom. Dark wood on the built in bench and ceiling fan panels give a deep contrast to the bright white. wicker baskets tuck under the bench for organized and concealed storage.