This gorgeous hallway combines natural light from surrounding rooms, cool light fixtures and white walls to create a bright and inviting look. Light hardwood floors carry throughout the home for a cohesive design.
Interspersed with the pendant lighting, glass garden globes hang above this dining room table. The globes contain air plants, low-maintenance houseplants, which add a subtle tropical vibe along with the corner mural, first seen on HGTV's Great Rooms.
A dark setting allows the natural light from the windows to appear extra bright in this open-plan kitchen and living area. Dark cabinets are topped with white countertops for a nice contrast in color. A white tile backsplash and glass globe pendant lights with a crystal fringe interior add brilliance to the room.
Make It: Start by picking up a clear glass or plastic ball ornament. Add a two-inch layer of artificial snow along the bottom, and then suspend miniature holiday figurines from the ornament's foil or metal cap using fishing line. Once hung, this simple, clear ornament takes on the appearance of a sophisticated snow globe.
Joanna Gaines added a new globe chandelier in the kitchen. She opted to retain the original leaded-glass windows as she feels that period-authentic features like those help to "tell the story" of the house.
A glass wall blocks off the shower while still keeping the bathroom feeling completely open. Marble stone creates a water safe flooring for the bathing areas and large windows flood the space with natural lighting and great outdoor views.
The redesign of the kitchen made it feel like a breath of fresh air. Hardwood floors are an organic note underfoot while white and pale gray cabinetry is a light, relaxed choice. The room connects to the backyard via large glass doors.