This traditional Brooklyn kitchen offers ample storage space, with cabinetry that extends to the ceiling and a center island filled with drawers and shelves. Glass doors break up the solid white lines of the cabinetry, while variegated wood flooring and a table offer contrast.
Landscape designers transformed the large backyard of this handsome estate into a series of outdoor rooms, using boxwood hedges as dividers and strong colors and lines to match the home's formal architecture.
This kitchen's floor is a herringbone pattern in cool gray. The design and color are a subtle contrast to the crisp white cabinets and add a layer of visual interest to the room. Cooktop: Wolf; Countertops: Fantasy Brown marble by Arizona Tile
This custom-made sofa is 13' x 13', so an average-sized coffee table would be too small. Hexagonal end tables were the clever solution; they can be arranged in any number of ways, making them flexible and oh-so-functional. Art over sofa: Urban Outfitters (Kimberly Dhollander- Dreamy Art Houses Print)
Cabinetry reaches all the way to the ceiling in this gourmet kitchen to maximize storage. Several glass front cabinets along the top row allow for protected display space of things best kept out of reach of the family's young kids.
To add character to the kitchen of a dated 90s tract home, designers put in moldings, a pretty arched range hood, marble countertops and board and batten paneling on the ceiling. Kitchen sink and faucet: Kohler; Range: Wolf; Range hood: Sub Zero; Lanterns: Entwined Oval Driftwood by Shades of Light; Countertops: Fantasy Brown by Arizona Tile
Large drum pendant lights hang from the ceiling above this long, white dining room table with tropical-style chairs. A tufted armchair adds a pop of color at the head of the table, while bamboo blinds lighten the dark gingham curtains.
An amazing glow occurs throughout the entire outdoor space, from landscape spots to onyx fire torches and pool-lining LEDs. The combination provides a truly magical appeal and the perfect ambiance for entertaining.
One of the garden's greatest strengths is its intuitive layout: guests enter off the kitchen, arrive at an outdoor dining table, then shift to a nearby sitting area for drinks before they end the night by the fire pit.