The living room shows off the home's two-story glazed wall and exposed steel beams in all their striking glory. Floor-to-ceiling windows wraparound the space and intimately connect it to its canal setting.
Jessica Helgerson uses Daltile in a 3 x 6 white brick and chooses a thin-set rather than a thicker setting bed to cover the walls in this bathroom. For added detailing, she drops the ceiling around the exposed-leg vanity to create a little niche. The floor is a limestone hexagon pattern that adds visual interest.
White cabinets, walls and range hood create a bright surrounding for the stainless steel stove in this kitchen. A natural wood range hood trim and exposed ceiling beams stand out against the stark backdrop and give the design a cozy finish.
This modern home exterior features expansive, layered concrete and brick walls with exposed steel and a three-car garage. The front yard retaining wall with simple landscaping maintains the clean lines of modern design.
The brick accent wall and exposed steel pipe draw attention to the back of this industrial master bathroom. Contemporary white accents evoke a sense of harmony along the way, gently balancing the sleek silver fixtures and dark wood floating vanity.
The craftsman facade of the HGTV Dream Home 2013 shows an elevated front porch with support piers and exposed steel hurricane strapping to prevent storm damage. A horizontal mahogany porch railing stands out against the sage exterior and Southern yellow pine timber beams.
This custom project was built as the clients' forever home. Complete with a three-stop elevator, two-sided fireplace, 26' exposed steel I-beam, spa-like master bath and hand-fabricated custom perforated steel handrails, this house is a force to be reckoned with.
This open concept living space uses vaulted ceilings and lots of light to keep the feel airy despite its industrial-style edge. The metal of the exposed steel tubing is picked up in accents throughout the room such as the pendant lights and barstools.
This custom project was built as the clients' "forever home." The uniquely designed entry system leads the visitor to four separate landings as the stairs wind around and turn from concrete to "floating steel" stairs towards the top. The concrete was formed to give it a unique detail, and there are two integrated planters along the way up as well. Inside, the home offers a three-stop elevator, two-sided fireplace, 26' exposed steel I-beam, spa-like master bath and hand fabricated custom perforated steel handrails.
This bedroom demonstrates more of the openness of the loft with a blackened steel window wall that looks into the ensuite bathroom. Here, and throughout the home, original details like exposed brick, steel and wide plank wood floors are gracefully combined with contemporary furnishings.