A reclaimed wood post acts as a connection point for the island cooking surface and the zebra wood eating bar in this sleek kitchen. The variety of materials used adds interest to the contemporary space.
A bright dining area is the perfect place for the Gaspar family meals. A new pendant light illuminates the dining table and a poster with the word "kitchen" in many languages is a festive, modern art piece.
Color was the driving force behind the remodel of this kitchen. The framed poster on the wall was the point of inspiration for the bright blue and orange infusion; the existing white banquette table, cabinets and appliances provided the perfect backdrop.
This long kitchen has had only minor adjustments since we moved in including repainted cabinets, a new floor, countertop and paint and the addition of a seafoam green salvaged vintage sink. Local art above the refrigerator by artist Cooper Sanchez dominates the space along with a vintage movie poster from my husband's collection.
Vintage meets mod in this slim entryway: An ornate ceiling medallion and turned-wood newel post mingle with a sleek graphic pendant and contemporary artwork. A second pendant carries the eye toward the kitchen beyond.
Out of what was once a cramped, dark kitchen, designers created this chic, friendly space. They removed a center post to help open up the room, then added elegant details like the countertops, pretty tile backsplash and gourmet appliances.
Under this pergola, the fireplace and kitchen island are configured in the corners of the patio. The layout keeps the lake view on full display and helps soften the wind's impact. Pergola posts were wrapped in white cedar to complement the house.
The kitchen of this charming Jamestown, Rhode Island, cottage was once dim and closed off, with a narrow window. Post-renovation, it's light, bright and open, with integrated appliances, a petite island and crisp white cabinetry that extends to the ceiling for maximum storage. Hardwood flooring adds to the charm.
For structural reasons, the designers of this kitchen remodel had to keep this wall that leads into the dining room. To make it more interesting than sheetrock, and play off of the homeowners' love for all things industrial, they created custom steel panels and used reclaimed fir for the beam and post.
The “V” pattern of the Fiberon Horizon Ipe boards creates an eye-catching floor design. Using the same composite boards as top rails provides a striking contrast to the white posts and visually connects the space. The wide flat top rail also doubles as table-top dining. Add in the outdoor kitchen, and this deck is sure to impress.
Joanna Gaines of HGTV's Fixer Upper's favorite space post-renovation? The kitchen. "It's the heart of the home for me," she says. "No matter how much is going on, I don't feel overwhelmed because the palette is very clean and fresh. I love the farmhouse sink, and I love looking out the window at the animals and cows while I work."
Great for an entry, home office or kitchen, this dry-erase wall caddy gives you a functional way to organize all your daily essentials. The caddy includes a dry-erase surface with a day-by-day planner for planning your week, a magnetic strip for posting cards and photos, and three rear compartments for glasses, magazines, mail and more.