As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson accented this chic antique sideboard with a small gallery wall of black and white vintage photographs. An added chair rail allowed Sarah to play with two different patterns of wallpaper—a bold, linear design below and a natural, whimsical print above. White dinnerware with vintage-style detailing adds old world charm to the chic table setting.
This neutral modern half bathroom boasts an impressive accent wall made entirely of a single slab of blue-and-white granite. The rich wood paneling on the ceiling, wall and floor offers a lovely contrast to the non-linear, organic design in the stone wall.
As seen on season one of Sarah Sees Potential, chic turquoise dining chairs were picked to match an original wall mural Sarah had commissioned for this open plan kitchen, living and dining room. The art adds color and interest to the overall neutral space and serves as a focal point in the linear room design.
The site was a grassy plane with several acres of Russian Olives. The house design is a low, contemporary structure that is very linear, so the linear structural elements are carried into the landscape. The challenge was to blend the strict, formal landscape back to a native environment without making the space feel forced.
Light countertops and a blue mosaic tile backsplash brighten this U-shaped kitchen, which features sleek, dark cabinetry. Stainless steel appliances and linear cabinet pulls complement the contemporary design.
Warm wood cabinets with linear pulls provide ample storage space for this modern kitchen designed by David Stimmel. A pale yellow and light blue tile backsplash coordinates with the pendant lights above the island, and stone gray countertops finish off the sleek design.
For the design, the clients wanted to marry rustic and modern elements to create their dream kitchen. A stainless steel oven, contemporary wood range hood, simple cabinets and linear metal pulls add a simple, fresh look to the space.
This beach house's front entrance leaves guests with quite the first impression, with its linear water feature, rainfall element and minimal landscaping. A bed of rocks surrounds the water feature to add interest and texture to the design.