A high ceiling and white palette make this transitional bedroom live large. A four-poster bed adds interest while complementing the dark reclaimed hardwood floors, and a built-in coffee and wine bar adds a luxurious touch.
A warm, neutral stone backsplash is a lovely complement to the soft, cool blue tones that fill this stunning, contemporary kitchen. A row of small windows accentuates the gorgeous high ceilings and brings natural light into the space.
The kitchen uses cool quiet colors and high windows to make this area feel large and spacious under the saw-tooth ceiling. Open metal shelves and pot-racks are suspended from the ceiling to create an airy feeling that traditional wall cabinets would not provide.
Step off the elevator directly into the grand living room featuring soaring 16-foot ceilings, panoramic city views and a grand curved staircase up to the second level. Stacked windows and thin columns make the room feel even taller.
Natural light floods into the whole house from the grand two story living room. Painted a fun yellow, the open living space is connected to the whole house through a lofted hallway on the second floor.
An open great room with lots of space for entertaining was important to this homeowner, so to tie the space together designer Carrie Maniaci focused on wood elements with stainless steel accents. The Italian Olive Ash dining table makes a perfect center piece and is like a work of art.
A large chandelier not only provides light in this master bedroom, but also acts as a focal point around which the room has been designed. Large windows let in even more light and tropical houseplants give the room a resort vibe.
This kitchen has a 10-foot ceiling, so to accentuate it, it was painted a flat shade color matched to the blue-gray tone of the wall tile. This continuation of color blurs the line between where the walls end and the ceiling begins.