This luxurious dining room features beautiful cedar finishes throughout. A gorgeous cedar ceiling with exposed beams and shiplap paneling sits above a painted brick accent wall with an embedded cedar header. The cedar dining table matches the surrounding wood perfectly.
This foyer has many architectural elements that are indicative of Spanish style. For instances: The wood front door with dark finish, vertical slats and wrought-iron hardware; The terra cotta tile floor with high-gloss finish and blue floral patterns; the wood ceiling, exposed header beam above the door; and the punched metal pendant light.
This open-plan farmhouse kitchen features all white cabinetry and a warm butcher-block island. Above the island are two unique, silver pendant lights situated behind an exposed wood header. Barn wood is wrapped around the vent hood and ties in with the various other wood elements.
This open-concept farmhouse living space is home to a dining room and living room that open up to a beautiful kitchen. The space features exposed wooden beams with integrated speakers and recessed lighting situated between them. The beams tie in with the exposed wooden header that separates the kitchen from the space.
The beautiful bedroom in this rustic Texas cabin features a stone accent wall behind the bed frame and exposed beams on the ceiling that match the rich color of the hardwood floor below. A wood header above the windows ties in with the stain color on the bed frame to make the space feel cohesive.
This bedroom features exposed brick walls, a built-in bookcase, a deer head wall mount, candelabra and an antique sewing machine. A tall window lets in plenty of light and is controlled by a bamboo shade.
Natural light illuminates this transitional guest bathroom with a vintage claw-foot bathtub and exposed pipe shower head. High white wainscoting lines the shower, adding a traditional look. A neutral stone countertop sits atop a curved black freestanding vanity while gray marble flooring completes the look of the space.
The formal living room in this rustic North Carolina retreat features a massive fireplace that goes all the way to the ceiling and towers over the room. A vaulted wooden ceiling with exposed beams sits high above the sitting area and an elk head resides above the mantel.
In this stunning transitional kitchen, distracting ceiling lines and awkward angles are no longer a concern. By incorporating gorgeous exposed ceiling beams and low-voltage lighting tracks with pin-spotting heads, designer Lauren Bland believes she was able to attract the eye to every inch of the spacious eat-in kitchen.
Turn the Brussels sprout upside-down, and pull one of the leaves up and back to cover the stem. Secure the leaf by pushing a toothpick through the leaf into the body of the sprout, leaving about half an inch exposed. This toothpick will also hold the head.