Because this master bathroom lacks much natural light, architect and designer Luciana Corwin employed light colors and strong contrasts to keep the space bright and interesting. Clean, sleek lines give the room a contemporary aesthetic.
No detail was overlooked in the design of this formal dining room. Custom wall moldings and lighted sconces adorn the walls, but the ceiling and chandelier and the real showstopper. The dining room also features a circular dining table, a fireplace and herringbone wood floors.
This stylish mid-century modern wood console table is positioned in front of a soft gray wall. A metallic sconce with mini lampshades and a framed gray and white painting add finishing touches to the space.
As seen on HGTV's Design on a Dime, fresh blue paint on the walls, crisp bedding and orange curtains add chic boutique hotel style to this bedroom. A bulky footboard was removed from the bed for a better view of the fireplace.
Two full walls of windows and the open design of the rooms gives this slender home a spacious feel. Long light strips give a warm, modern glow to the industrial concrete flooring. A polished wood table is surrounded with textured fabric chairs, while orange dishes echo the touch of orange from the throw pillows in the background living room.
Abstract art greets guests first-thing, while a side chair provides a place to sit mail or groceries and doubles as additional guest seating in this contemporary living space with light teal walls from HGTV's Design Star.
White two-column balusters guide the wood banister between decorative wood newel posts. Natural light over the pastel sea green walls and white window trim makes for a light space. A subtle stained glass trim on the windows compliments the gorgeous frosted stained glass finish of the singular pendant light hanging above.
A white frame sets the shape of this bookshelf. Being built into the wall leaves the floor space open while providing useful book storage. Long glass door cabinets allow the books and trinkets to decorate the room, and lower white cabinets add the option of concealed storage. A patterned rug and bright waterfront painting add color to the surrounding room.
The homeowners wanted a light, airy kitchen space that blends into the outdoor entertainment space. To help achieve this goal, designer Christen Ales installed walls of windows to separate the indoor and outdoor spaces. This feature allows plenty of beautiful natural light into the space to reflect off of the neutral color palette, creating the feel the homeowners desired.
As seen on Vacation House For Free, the previous door was knocked down and the wall was opened up to allow light to flow into the rest of the house. The wall was evened out, which allowed for the vaulted ceiling in the dining space.
White turquoise walls add a fresh color to the feminine feel of this lovely bedroom. A white dresser with vanity mirror features a decorative top and bottom for a smooth finish. The white and turquoise are echoed in the peak at the bed frame and end bench. A wood heart adds warmth and decoration.