This cabin's gourmet kitchen makeover included the addition of an integrated Sub-Zero refrigerator that matched the gray cabinetry. Other cabinet doors were made out of reclaimed barnwood from a 100-year-old barn in Massachusetts. The island countertop is quartzite.
This lovely bathroom achieves a look that's both sophisticated and fresh. Gray subway tile backsplashes are a crisp backdrop for the walk-in shower and heavenly soaking tub, while a rustic barn door entrance brings softness to the space. Unusual vertical skylights flood the room with light.
This beautiful spa bathroom combines unique details—like the orb-shaped chandelier and vertical skylight stripes—with classic elements for a refreshing, relaxing space. Gray tile smartly wraps around the shower and soaking tub; wide-plank wood floors and a sliding barn door bring a softening earthy touch.
This modern farmhouse maintains the same color palette on its interior and exterior, a soothing gray touched with brown and white accents. Rustic touches like a barn-style garage door and wood-framed wire fence blend with more modern elements to create an intriguing design mix.
A wall of windows features a window seat and custom Roman shades in this tranquil Tennessee guest bedroom. The overall gray and white palette is calming and harmonious. Draw draperies on the tall windows allow privacy for guests, while a sliding barn door adds chic architectural interest.
This living room, from HGTV's Property Brothers, is centered around a refaced fireplace and decorated with contemporary blue and gray furniture. Under the blue area rug, the floor is porcelain tile made to look like hardwood floors. A collage of family photos hangs on the back wall. A rustic sliding barn door separates the living room from the office.
The shelves and frames for the custom barn doors in this kitchen have been stained to match the cabinets and the base for the kitchen island. The natural color of the wood is infused with a hint of charcoal to coordinate these details with the cabinets and the gray and white tile floor and wall. As seen on America's Most Desperate Kitchens.
To enhance the vaulted ceiling in the entry, reclaimed beams and barn board were added. To balance that textural warmth, the V-groove below has a warm grey wash on it, and dark charcoal on the doors and windows adds lovely contrast. Repeating that same desire for contrast, the lighting is bronze and iron tones, topping off with a mirrored star in the vaulted area.
As seen on America's Most Desperate Kitchens, designers Anthony and John created a separate bar area just off the kitchen. To delineate the two spaces, designers used bold, blue cabinets and a gray countertop, creating visual separation from the adjoining kitchen space. Then, they added a three dimensional backsplash and two long shelves for storage. A final bit of decorative flair is added with the sliding barn door that matches the one concealing the pantry.