The wormy chestnut vanity in this bathroom was topped with a thick concrete top and semi-recessed sink. In order to complement the rustic farmhouse look, the designer finished the floor and three of the walls with tiles made to look like weathered lumber. Tiling to the ceiling leaves the room feeling taller than it actually is.
The outside portion of this Atlanta area deck is a round area, so MOSAIC Group designed a custom square fire pit to contrast with that shape. The 4-by-4-foot gas fire pit features a bluestone top and ipe wood for the body and is filled with colored glass stones.
To add a modern twist to this rustic kitchen, Joanna added open wood shelving to create a unique display piece above the stove in the kitchen. The stove itself is elegant, almost seamlessly blending in to the custom marble countertop, while the ventahood and pot filler blend into the gray subway tile backsplash. As seen on Fixer Upper.
Designer Amy Elbaum cleverly designed this living room with a slight nod to modern living in the accents she selected and placed within the traditional space. The artwork, lighting and overall look of the room evoke an updated yet timeless feel of sophistication. Especially lovely is the color scheme, which allows dark blue and soft color to play against white walls in a harmonious flow of hues.
Located in the historic Bungalow Heights neighborhood of Sarasota, Fla., this single-story home was designed to embrace an indoor-outdoor lifestyle. A variety of tropical trees and plants in the front yard help soften the modern exterior and mitigate intrusive noises.
A clean concrete path both highlights the home's dramatic entrance and puts a modern twist on its coastal style. To increase visibility at night, landscape architect J.R. Kramer layered the walkway with sconces and other lights.
A wood dining table with unique steel legs ties in with the steel railing and wood staircase and provides unity throughout the space. A variety of metallic pendent lights adds some fun to this clean and modern dining room.
This master bathroom was designed to take in the treetop views via bright, open windows. The knotty pine walls keep it feeling like a quaint cabin, while the updated wetstyle vanity and tub put a modern twist on the rustic aesthetic.
Dove gray walls and cream cabinets and stove hood elegantly blend together in this gourmet kitchen to give a traditional room a modern twist. Twin refrigerators make food storage a snap, and a round dining table makes for a welcome gathering space.
Todd Davis renovated this 1940s Noe Valley home in San Francisco to open the kitchen up to the adjacent living and dining spaces. A simple skylight lights the interior space while the bold, bright green paint on the back of the cabinetry provides an unexpected burst of color to the sleek look.
Inspired by the simplicity and character of farmhouses, this bedroom boasts country elements with modern twists. Wide-plank wood floors are washed out and smoothed for a polished take on rustic barn wood floors. Crisp white walls give the space a bright and airy feel.
This spa-like master bathroom combines sleek, modern finishes with romantic, traditional accessories, giving the space an eclectic and slightly enigmatic vibe. Frameless glass surrounds the shower, visually expanding the space. Faux bois tile is laid in a herringbone pattern, a modern twist on parquet flooring.
From compartmentalized and dated to open and bright with modern twists, this California bathroom gives a nod to the home's mid-century origins. Modern elements like the freestanding tub and vessel sinks mix with eclectic and bohemian touches, including leather cabinet pulls, patterned concrete tile and a traditional carpet.