Pewter gray cabinets and stainless steel appliances serve as a handsome foil to this open plan kitchen and dining area's redwood ceiling. Reconfiguring the layout in the lakefront cabin allowed designers to show off views and make interiors feel lighter and more airy.
A classic white table lamp sheds light throughout the laundry room, where gray bead board walls stand as a stark contrast to white cabinets and appliances. “It’s an eye-popper, really good looking, and very tailored,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
Designers created a custom beverage bar with light gray cabinets to complement the interior doors. Above the cabinets is a chalk board wall that adds a touch of trendy pizzaz, while the live edge, reclaimed wood shelves add rustic charm to the space.
While the kids make a splash in the pool, the adults can take their pick of several stylish chaises on the sundeck. To keep this area as light and airy as possible, the DMAR Interiors team stuck with soft gray and white furnishings.
Because the home has a smaller footprint, Bria Hammel Interiors put a lot of thought into every little detail. For example, the mudroom floors are both functional and fun, with gray and white pennytile that's easy to clean and that nods the owners' playful personalities.
The neutral palette of this Craftsman sitting room allows for its compelling mix of textures to stand out. Pale wood paneling covers the walls. The fireplace surround features a light gray graphic pattern. And bricks in a herringbone pattern make up the fireplace's interior.
The low-slung facade of this contemporary home is clad in stone that blends with the surrounding California landscape. Double doors at the entry are sleek, gray and modern, giving a hint at the interiors beyond them. Native plants are minimal and easy to maintain.
The interior decor of this bedroom plays off the beautiful stained glass windows for its color palette. A fun graphic pattern rug makes a splash underfoot in blues, yellow, white and gray. And a navy blue upholstered bed anchors the space with its neat, tailored lines.
In the corner of this master bedroom designed by Kapito Muller Interiors, a plush white chair and matching ottoman create a cozy spot to relax and unwind. A black throw and gray pillow add comfort, and a gold floor lamp offers additional light for the avid reader.
In this foyer, white oak wall and ceiling panels pay homage to old barn interiors. To connect the house with its coastal California location, designers used a blue color palette throughout the rooms. Here, the foyer gets a gray-blue hardwood floor and a blue mirror.
The interior of this home was designed to feel like a re-creation of a darling bungalow in Napa Valley, Calif. A white, gray and black color palette is a perfect choice for the outside of the home to brighten, enlarge and homogenize its external elements.
This 1600-square-foot home in East Austin, TX combines gray wood siding with a medium brown stained wood to create a contemporary exterior. A blend of natural stone and mulch provide groundcover, while long horizontal windows show off a sneak peek of the home's interior design.
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.
Pure Design Interiors gave this kitchen a fresh look with white upper cabinets, brown lower cabinets, solid white countertops and a bright red oven with a stainless steel cooktop. A graphic gray and white backsplash ties the space together and adds visual interest to the design.
There's a retro color influence in this cool kitchen design. Yellow, black, gray and white tiles are mixed in the backsplash above the thick stone countertops. The upper cabinets feature frosted glass doors with interior lighting. A stone island matches the countertops and supports a handy cooktop.
“This was very much a monochromatic room and we just needed a little pop of color to make it fun when you walk by. We started out with the gray and white, added the green and we just wanted something to tweak your eye,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
A color palette of warm grays and browns gives this guest bathroom big personality in the 2014 HGTV Dream Home. A pair of mercury glass urn pendant lights sparkle above a speckled countertop complete with an undermount sink. Bright white walls and a large mirror help to reflect the interior lighting.
To create a master suite that’s clean and classic, remodeling expert Darron O’Bonnon and interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn both agreed on a tranquil shade of blue-gray for the walls, trim and ceiling. For masculine appeal, Flynn outfitted the room with a mix of rustic, primitive and midcentury modern touches.