By turning the room upside down (stripes on ceiling), designer Karen Wolf created a focal point, leading to the giant window showcasing the star of the room -Dwell Studios “Brushed Dot” fabric with peacock and yellow polka dots.
Karen Cooper, a DIY blogger from Atlanta, used a stencil to create a simple, but elegant vertical design behind this basic headboard without spending a lot of money. The darker shade of the design pops against the light background on the wall without competing with the patterned pillows on the bed.
In the sitting area, pops of blue help bring the small space to life, while wallpaper adds a bit of texture to the space. Finally, art pieces were added as a way to incorporate the beach theme into this space to create an area that perfectly fit this family's personality.
Taupe walls, a bright blue glider and lime green accents balance the black in this dark nursery. Bold black-and-white whale-patterned wallpaper creates a bold focal wall, which is broken up by a solid black dresser.
A unique headboard made from two old wooden doors accentuates the lines within this bedroom’s design and creates a stylish corner for a space-saving daybed. The green color (New Life by DecoArt) draws attention to the headboard and contrasts with the blue wall without overwhelming the eye.
In the master bathroom, designers created an oasis with a unique bathtub as the centerpiece of the showcase. Above it, a contemporary chandelier adds light on cloudy days and at night, while geometric prints on the wall add color to the space. The large picture window lets in plenty of natural light that makes the area feel warm and bright. This light is mirrored in the neutral wall color and the gray and white tile floor that was laid in a herringbone pattern to create a bit more texture in the space.
The homeowners wanted an all white kitchen that is stylish and functional for their family. To achieve this goal, designers added a bit of texture with custom cabinetry, and a splash of glimmer with a metallic and white, penny round tile backsplash. For function, plenty of storage was added with ceiling height cabinets, dual kitchen islands and plenty of counter space. These elements blend together to give the homeowners the kitchen of their dreams.
Mushroom-colored walls and cabinets, combined with golden granite countertops and custom wood moldings, complete this Old-World kitchen remodel. A large dark-finished island complements the neutral tones in the space.
This nursery is full of energy from a backdrop of textures and layered patterns, creating a child-friendly space. The addition of a painted strip to the ceiling gives the baby something stimulating to look at while lying down in the crib
In contrast to the bright blue of the other guest room, this one this space was painted a clean, neutral color, while floral details add color and texture to the space. To help enhance the room's design, shapely mirrors were added to the walls for a bit of dimension.
Instead of a space with a traditional kitchen island, designers opted to split the feature and, instead, had two islands installed in the kitchen. This configuration gives the homeowners more counter space, more storage and drastically increases the function and flow of the kitchen.
This kitchen breakfast nook is the perfect space for a quick, intimate family meal. An extension of one of the kitchen islands, this table for five increases the kitchen's functionality and creates the perfect space for the homeowners and their family.