As seen in the HGTV Dream Home 2012, carpet segues to glazed porcelain tile flooring in the guest bathroom, where a 7-foot, quartz-topped maple vanity offers undercounter storage drawers. The dark wood finish gives this bathroom a masculine feel.
The entire dressing room and wet room feature a porcelain plank tile in a distressed wood pattern, readily sourced from a local home improvement store. Vintage Birdseye maple obtained from an estate sale was repurposed to finish the new vanity design.
A custom chrome and maple dining table is perfectly sized for this compact, modern dining space. The pale wood tabletop blends seamlessly with the hardwood floors and nude drapes to create an unruffled atmosphere.
Birds-eye maple wood covering the walls, Nouveau light fixtures and exquisite pillars and moldings combine with a mix of vintage furniture and bold patterns to create a fresh, mid-century modern vibe with a bohemian flair in this authentic Victorian-style home.
This modern tiny home uses wall to wall windows to make the space feel large and bright. Light colored maple wood makes up the floors, ceilings and cabinets and reflects the natural light of the outdoors, giving the space an open feeling.
Just off the Mediterranean kitchen is another bar area that gives the homeowners plenty of space for their frequent parties. Underfoot, a tapered French limestone floor gives the kitchen some "ooh-la-la" oomph. The darker cabinets here contrast with the maple wood cabinets in the kitchen, which have an opaque paint glaze called "modeling," giving a leathery effect that plays nicely off the aged metal hardware.
One of the most influential street-artists turned fine artists in art history, Jean-Michel Basquait imprinted contemporary art with his iconic word play and memorable figures. These three Canadian maple wood skate decks based on a 1981 Basquiat work "Untitled - Skull," were made in collaboration between the Skateroom and the Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat. Wheels and trucks are not included. BUY IT: $550
Stainless steel appliances line the single full wall in this contemporary kitchen. The remaining three sides do not have full walls, fulfilling the homeowner's wish for an open kitchen. The neutral palette is personified by the engineered countertops with stainless steel edging, wood-plank ceiling and bird's-eye-maple cabinets.
This hallway, clad in hand-scraped maple flooring, leads to the home’s mudroom and kitchen. The end of the hall leading to the mudroom features an accent wall in a copper shade, clad in beetle-kill pine and stained with diluted wall paint. A metal coat rack allows for ample storage space for everyday coats and other clothing. The interior hallway door with its rich wood and frosted glass, adds to the overall style and sophistication of this space.
A maple and iron staircase leads to the entrance of the loft area of HGTV Green Home 2011. A driftwood sawhorse table greets below a column of three colorful Yupo paper paintings. Two contemporary buffet lamps provide plenty of light in the space.
A sideboard, inspired by a buffet shown at the renowned 1928 Paris Exhibition, serves as the perfect bar. With pocket doors and a lighted interior, the cabinet is finished in Jupiter walnut, maple, copper gold and mother of pearl detailing. A large quartzite panel mounted above is the perfect decoration to finish the look.
As seen on Love It Or List It, the floors throughout the main floor are now a beautiful 6.5" wide maple wood boards called 'Wave Rock.' Opening up this main floor was done by removing the wall that housed the fireplace. The wall that divided the dining room from the kitchen is now a big open peninsula for the family to gather around. The paint color in the dining and kitchen area is Behr 'Creme de la Creme.' The trim is painted 'Popped Corn.' The color in the living room and hall is 'Salt Glaze.' Jillian pulled her design together with the glass chandelier that helps to add a traditional touch to the space.