Turn storage into a decorative statement by using floating shelves to house vases, pitchers, ramekins and other charming kitchen essentials like in this transitional space. A light blue tile backsplash provides welcome contrast.
Floating shelves store bar supplies in this finished basement that's built for entertaining. A curved soffit mirrors the lines of the red quartz countertop, both custom touches that add interest and maximize space.
Wine aficionados will delight over this contemporary wine cellar. Boldly patterned wallpaper makes a striking accent wall in the back of the room. Opposite the wine racks, floating shelves and cabinets hold glasses and other accessories.
With this open floor plan, the dining room is located between the living room and kitchen. To help define the space, the sofa and barstools face away from the dark dining table, while floating shelves frame the area.
Making the most of a little nook in the hallway, floating shelves are hung to display favorite books and art. A planter of grass adds a life to the space, while a blue vase on the floor brings in a touch of color.
A crisp white palette and lots of natural light give this contemporary kitchen an open, airy feeling. A white tile backsplash is laid out in a herringbone pattern, while floating shelves keep glasses organized and easily at hand. A small wine fridge keeps favorites chilled and at the ready.
A nook at the top of a stairwell functions well as a compact, built-in home office. Floating shelves provide storage for office supplies and decorative objects. An all-white palette on the walls, ceiling and woodwork makes the red-orange panels of the stairway accent wall stand out even more in the contemporary space.