The colors in this space are intended to be warm and welcoming. The exposed beams throughout both rooms offer a natural, down to earth feel, while in the bathroom, the doors are made of rich cherry wood, making the space warmer, and the bold yellow and blue hues continue to brighten the space and make it inviting.
Large arched windows and exposed brick wall and beams give this loft-style kitchen an urban feel. A copper range hood hangs by the layered white cabinets, and a large black island with a marble countertop contrasts beautifully with white and wood elements. A variety of pendant lights illuminates the room and large black-and-white artwork on the staircase wall.
Natural light bounces off the polished white surfaces of this transitional kitchen design. Painted exposed ceiling beams blend with the color while adding a subtle texture. A modern bubble light fixture hangs over the white marble island counter lined with simple and stylish wood barstools. A white painted brick wall and stainless steel range hood incorporate a classic kitchen feel.
Four barstools line the counter of this stylish contemporary kitchen, offering a convenient place to grab meals in an open setting. Mechanical shading devices are down, which are used to provide privacy, including during catered events. The neutral palette is dressed up with sleek finishes, from the exposed ceiling beams to the polished wood floors to the stainless steel countertop edging.
Everywhere you look in this beautiful, AB Design Elements kitchen, the eyes feast upon an interesting, bold architectural feature that works together for a comfortable design. The open kitchen plan allows for a combination of design elements, such as infusing touches of rusticity with exposed beams, wood trim, cable lighting and stainless appliances against the traditional aspects of the cabinetry and floor.
When guests enter this space through the red French door, they are surrounded by wood accents, exposed beams, shiplap and timeless, rustic appeal of the guest cottage. To make this oasis feel a bit more modern, designers brought in marble countertops and stainless steel appliances to give the kitchen the luxury amenities of home within this garage, guest apartment.
As seen on Rocky Mountain Reno, the couple renovating this log cabin in Minturn, Colorado was interested in bringing both rustic and modern designs together to make the home of their dreams. The clean, white tile, grey stone vanity and grey patterned and mosaic tile, the modern style is greatly represented. To incorporate the rustic design, Trista used natural wood in places like the exposed beams in the ceiling and natural wood baseboards.
White exposed beams stretch over this bright bedroom. A tall, upholstered gray headboard breaks up the white space of the wall and creates a backdrop for neutral and white bed linens with rose accent throw pillows. A matching set of modern nightstands feature a thick plastic base with wood top. Black geometric lamp stands add the perfect pop of dark color to the design.
Light blue-gray walls are an airy backdrop to the saturated, rich tones of the dining set up. Tufted chocolate brown leather chairs surround a smooth wood dining table lit by a curled chandelier hanging above. Exposed beams compliment the table finish and hardwood floor peaking out from under the area rug. Black metal letters spell out "Home" on the wall for a comforting and decorative finish.
A round wood dining table is centered in this dining room leaving the surrounding floor space open for a spacious feel. White chairs brighten the dark hardwood and table. A tiered chandelier hangs above the table mounted to an exposed ceiling beam. Natural light from arched french doors brightens the room effortlessly. Polka dot curtains add a fun and colorful element to the design.
The dining room in this space embraces the cabin's modern roots. With the exposed beams in the ceiling, the natural wood table and the plaid dining chairs, the space is very cabin-esque. However, Trista adds some modern accents, such as the chandelier and the artwork on the walls, to incorporate some of the modern touches that the family like so much.
Surrounded by windows, this shining white kitchen is practically glowing. Glass front cabinets and open shelves keep the space airy and not weighed down. Wood floors, gray countertops and barstools and an exposed beam and range hood accent all provide relief from the brilliant white. A small glass table with white chairs provides seating, along with an L-shaped island. Taken all together, the design is gorgeous and works together beautifully.
A stick strung to the exposed ceiling beams creates a simple but attractive hanging rack for coat and clothes storage next to the black front door. Free floor space between the wall and the striped black and white rug is perfect for setting aside boots, creating a homemade mudroom. A wood ladder leaning against the wall displays a tapestry collection adding neutral tones and great texture to the space.
The three points of the frequently mentioned work triangle are the range, sink and refrigerator. Appliances can be broken up with the classic shapes; for example, the cooktop and wall ovens might be in different areas. Two sinks are important for a two-cook kitchen. This white kitchen is accented with a marble backsplash and a wooden countertop on the island highlighting the bar stools and exposed ceiling beams.
The hardwood floors in this country loft bedroom are matched by the exposed beams on the ceiling supporting simple pendant lights. The slanted ceilings lead down to blue walls and curtain covered closet space. The bed is decorated in neutral and brown tones with a tan headboard, sand-colord sheets and pillows, and a brown blanket. A wooden chest is a great decorative addition at the foot of the bed.
The bright, sunshine yellow of the remodeled Tudor kitchen is carried through to the dining room that is directly adjacent to it. To make the space more open, designer removed the wall separating the two spaces, creating a clear line of sight from one space into another. As a nod to the historic home's Tudor style, designers kept the exposed beams on the ceiling of the dining room, and brought in dark wood furniture to complete the design.
For the renovation, the clients' desire was to strike a balance between mountain-rustic and modern, so they kept the exposed beams, wood ceiling and walls to bring the rustic look into the design. They modernized the space by adding sleek, white cabinets and black countertops. Then, they added cool pendant lights, a bold wall color, a matching backsplash and unique window treatments. The open shelves give the couple storage space while displaying the couple's dishes.
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.