This open plan kitchen features light wood cabinets paired with black countertops. Metal track lighting hangs above the kitchen island, while brown leather stools provide a spot for casual dining. Neutral tiles line the floors.
Black stone countertops pair with dark wood cabinets and shelves, creating contrast against the light wood floors and island in this transitional kitchen. Bold red barstools and stainless steel appliances complete the stylish look.
This open dining room features a light-colored wood table surrounded by upholstered blue dining chairs with nailhead trim. An Art Deco mirror hangs on one wall, and a shaded "cup" chandelier provides illumination.
Natural light highlights the bright white walls in this modern room. Red chairs surround a thin, circular dining table under a polished black pendant light. The open design joins the dining area with the living room, which features a thick white sofa. Light hardwood floors match the stairs and window frame, making for a cohesive look throughout the space.
Wallpaper makes a surprise appearance in this contemporary kitchen: It adds a sense of whimsy and fun to complement the more angular and straightforward cabinets and features. The kitchen island boasts comfortable stools at the breakfast bar, plus pendants above for more intimate lighting.
The caramel tones in this kitchen -- from the cabinets to the floors -- add a comfortable air, creating a cozy space for cooking and conversation. The finishes create a fresh space that lends itself well to mixing furniture and window treatments, creating an overall traditional feel but with tailored lines and rustic features. The outcome: a space that has a transitional feel, perfect for all ages.
In this transitional bathroom, custom built-in cabinetry includes wine storage next to the freestanding tub. A tiled box contains a modern fireplace feature, making this an easy spot to relax and unwind.
Metal, stone and wood materials meet on this side of the property, creating a breezeway that cuts to the backyard. Notice how the wood floors were laid vertically to encourage an effortless sense of flow.