The owner's really wanted a master bathroom that had a hip hotel retreat like feel. Combining their modern and vintage style preferences they used a combination of modern amenities like heated floors and vintage charm like the refurbished freestanding cast iron tub to achieve this look.
Here, a rustic kitchen adopts modern amenities and design elements, bringing together a space that's at once homey and contemporary. Special features include the wood-paneled door, two-level kitchen island with marble top and exposed beam ceilings. The Oriental-style rug adds color and dimension to the room.
French architect Jean Nouvel's first New York project, 40 Mercer was previously conceived as a luxury hotel. But the stylish building set on SoHo's historic cobblestone streets, is now a luxury apartment building featuring residences with stunning downtown views. Building amenities include underground parking with direct access to residential elevators, meaning any celebrity residents (actor Daniel Radcliffe and designer Marc Jacobs both own apartments in the building) will enjoy a completely private entrance and exit from 40 Mercer.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson replaced an old plastic bathtub with a chic, modern glass shower packed with modern amenities. A detachable chrome shower wand accompanies the luxurious rain shower head while a pretty stripe of multicolored tile adds interest and color to the otherwise monochromatic space.
With all the amenities of an indoor kitchen along with the fresh breeze of the outdoors, this patio includes a wet bar, bar and stools, large grill and separate gas burner to entertain family and friends. Plus, the space is close to the party so the chef can stay involved in the festivities.
As seen on season one of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson transformed a century-old home's cramped, dated kitchen into a beautiful cooking and entertaining space with tons of modern amenities. Maintaining the home's antique charm, Sarah chose traditional blue floral wallpaper, brass accents and oil finished hardwood floors to accent a breathtaking Calacatta marble kitchen island with an attached dining table.
As seen on season one of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson transformed a century-old home's cramped, dated kitchen into a beautiful cooking and entertaining space with tons of modern amenities. Maintaining the home's antique charm, Sarah chose white subway tile, brass and blue accents and oil finished hardwood floors to accent a breathtaking Calacatta marble kitchen island with attached dining table.
This expansive kitchen embodies down-home elegance. The lariat rope ground into the island's edge narrates the country lifestyle. A focal point is the large fireplace with a stone front; a vaulted wood ceiling also creates a rustic lodge look. Though the home has an Old World feel, the modern amenities create a space that's as functional as it is beautiful.
This master bedroom brings the warmth and coziness of staying in the mountains, but with updated amenities. A nature inspired color palette brings the outdoors inside and compliments the room's outdoorsy atmosphere.
As seen on season one of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson filled this century-old kitchen with a mix of modern amenities and vintage charm. The large eat-in kitchen island was topped with a premium slab of Calacatta marble and painted a rich blue to match the room's traditional blue and white floral wallpaper. Brass pendant lights hang over the stainless steel sink and complement the room's brass hardware, completing the cohesive design.
Designer Candice Olson of Candice Tells All fills this glitzy bathroom with spa-like amenities, including heated flooring, a deep soaking tub and a two-person rain shower head. For a wow factor, Candice hangs faceted chains behind the tub for a bit of sparkle to contrast the antique wood dresser.
As seen on season one of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson removed a wall between a cramped kitchen and extra bonus room in this century-old home to build a gorgeous, roomy eat-in kitchen stocked with modern amenities. The original kitchen was completed gutted to make room for custom white cabinets, a subway tile backsplash, an enormous island with attached dining table, and stainless steel appliances. Oiled-finished wood flooring and brass accents complete the room's traditional, antique look.
The house may have been built in the early 20th century, but the kitchen has all modern-day amenities. Chef's grade appliances guarantee gourmet meals and a black-and-white palette keeps the mood crisp and stylish.
The full size kitchen on this houseboat is a fantastic amenity for any homeowner. The "U" shaped lower cabinets add plenty of counter space, while the abundance of cabinets add stylish storage and the stainless steel appliances and countertop give the space a finished, modern look without sacrificing functionality.