Space is utilized well int his open design home. A banquette table and window bench seating allow for extra floor space in the dining area. Purple pillows bring a splash of color while black chairs add simple, sleek lines to the design. A long table rests against the back of the sofa to solidify the divide between the dining and living room.
A large map of the world is appropriate wall art for a family who loves travel. Track lighting above the map draws the eye to that section of the room. Sliding barn doors match the wood flooring and coffee table and allow for the option of privacy or open connection to the adjoining room. A cushy leather armchair is an inviting and fitting design choice.
The open floor plan of this kitchen leaves space for a large, multi-functional island. The ashy tone of the woodgrain finish blends beautifully with the surrounding hardwood and cabinetry. A marble countertop fits the crisp, midcentury modern style of the room. Large circular pendant chandeliers help fill the high ceilings and add intrigue to the finished look.
The subtle masculinity of the condo also includes elements of Zen and relaxation, whether it's the ultra deep sofa created for many to enjoy at once or the oversized swivel chairs in the main room. If someone is ever lucky enough to see this high-rise jewel, it may not be a bad idea to toast the town from the fourteen-foot custom bar with floor-to-ceiling windows. Viva Las Vegas!
The design vision for this property was to have a space that could be opened up to bring the outdoors in.The collapsable window by JeldWin allows for opening up an entire wall of the home the free flow of air, and natural light. The gorgeous wood floor and butcher block counter were designed to compliment the beautiful expansive backyard and the functional, modern minimalist style of the interior.
Homeowners Vivian and Sasha Smith's kitchen was transformed on HGTV's original series Brother Vs. Brother. The team entirely remodeled the outdated kitchen, including installing hardwood-like vinyl floors.
This area of the bedroom features a sharp, untreated wood wardrobe. A small but functional black and white desk hugs the wall leaving open floor space in the room. Blue watercolor paintings softly decorate the room over the deep green walls.
If you find beige and tan too neutral or impersonal for your own home, muted grays may be a much better fit. For versatility, choose grays with hints of blue or white that will pair well with orange or green like the orange chairs used in this room. The circular table grounds the airy design, and the chairs compliment stripes in the floor rug.
A leaf patterned wallpaper helps to define the space of this build in desk. White cabinets from floor to ceiling provide ample space for organized storage surrounding the lantern-style pendant light. A simple but decorative black chair finishes the space.
Glass shelving creates an elegant storage system in this contemporary dining room. French doors swing open to transition the dining room into the living room revealing a white sofa and traditional floor lamp. The white, monochromatic color scheme and chic style create a seamless transition between rooms. Natural light highlights the light look giving the whole space a fresh finish.