Like the living areas, the bedrooms make good use of the natural light that spills in from the beach. Though the room is small, the white color of the walls and ceiling help the space to appear larger with the help of the full length curtains and large windows. To keep the light, open feeling in the space, designers kept the furniture to a minimum, so as not to clutter the room.
Although this space is small, designers used the architecture of the building as well as elements in their design to make the space feel larger. For example, stately wood paneling leads the eye all the way up to the high, pitched ceiling, while the ceiling height, arched windows let in plenty of natural light so that the space feels magnificent. Then, designers brought in rugs and art to create defined spaces within the office so that the room has flow and purpose. Finally, designers used strategically placed metallic pieces, such as the desk and filing cabinet, to reflect all of the gorgeous light in the space, creating a functional space with a grand feeling.
Everything about this kitchen is grand and should feel - well - absolutely overwhelming: Large island, big appliances, uber-high ceilings, even giant doors. And, yet, it doesn't. The warm, inviting wood tones and playful green cabinet doors make this kitchen feel completely approachable, while the rounded shape of the dining table is a welcoming site amid a sea of right angles. This kitchen truly feels like the heart of the home.
In the master bathroom, designers wanted to lengthen the feel of the vanity, so instead of installing one large mirror, they opted for two smaller ones. That way, the homeowners will have the option of getting ready at the same time.
After dinner, the homeowners and their guests can retreat into this transitional den for drinks. A large wooden fireplace anchors the space and keeps it cozy year-round, while two armchairs and a large loveseat encourage everyone to sit back and relax. Since the space is so neutral, zebra-print pillows and a matching bench break the norm and offer a hint of visual interest.
As natural light floods in to this home's master bathroom, the neutral color palette reflects the light making the space feel brighter and larger. Chip and Joanna added unique details, like the raised cabinets and extendable lamps makes the bathroom more functional, while the glass front shower makes the space feel more open.
For a larger feeling in the office space, designers used rounded, floor-to-ceiling doors an windows, drawing the eye upward to the pitched ceiling and recessed lighting, creating a bright, warm and inviting space.
This large kitchen feels simple in style, with white countertops, clean-lined cabinets and bare walls. But the amenities are chef quality and the long island makes sure there's plenty of prep space to go around.
Wainscoting surrounds this bedroom with sophistication, while recessed lighting over the bed provides light for reading. Natural light is reflected by an oversized mirror, which makes the entire space feel larger and brighter.
This media/theater room is complete with built-in bar area featuring custom Shaker style cabinets with Roxwell quartz countertop by Cambria. Integrated into the cabinets are a beverage fridge, ice maker, dishwasher and hammered nickel undermount sink with an insta-hot faucet. Glass shelves store and display glasses, while a large storage closet hides away games. The walls are covered in a textured navy wallpaper while barn wood covers the recessed TV wall and soffit, giving the space a masculine feel.
Large windows fill the small living room and kitchen with natural light, creating a bright, airy atmosphere that works to make the space feel larger. The custom sectional is designed to sleep an extra guest.