A four-arm antique bronze chandelier provides illumination above. The home's smart lighting system can be programmed to turn a series of lights on and off together, or programmed to turn on and off lights at a set time each day.
Elements from nature and exotic travels lend integrity and interest to any design scheme. Source these elements by traveling the world to find collectibles for your space, or scour design stores where the global theme is big.
Designer Ryan Webb was inspired to create this bookcase by his wife, who wanted a piece of furniture where they could display wedding photos, albums and keepsakes – but it would work just as well in a bedroom or nursery. It’s five feet tall, two feet wide and four inches deep, and made of solid birch hardwood. He planes and sands every piece by hand for a smooth finish, and sells these masterpieces on Etsy for a very reasonable $75.
Color is the first thing that stands out about this home. Malene loves them all, especially blue, and she's not shy about demonstrating her considerable skill with layering the color into a room. Blue is one of the quintessential colors of the islands. From the sky to the sea, it frames everything that happens in between. Malene brought that feeling to her space including the stained floorboards that define the first floor of the home.
As part of the Holland home transformation in Atlanta, Georgia, licensed contractor Chip Wade designed a maintenance free putting green, water feature and manicured lawn for the family that loves golf. The Holland home transformation also included a water feature, construction of an outdoor, multi use pavilion complete with a golf simulator and a grill area to entertain outdoor, as seen on DIY Network's Elbow Room.
Four plush armchairs provide comfortable seating in the freshly updated sunroom. The vaulted ceiling is a gorgeous detail that adds great height and contrast to the space. There's even a place to work thanks to the elongated, built-in desk.