This modernized room includes a small workspace, dining area and living room, anchored by two traditional rugs. Muted tones pair with neutrals to create a space that's the perfect balance of sophistication and masculinity.
The eat-kitchen in this Bronxville, NY mansion has been modernized and given a farmhouse style makeover, with lots of white cabinetry, pendant lighting above the large island and matching dining table for additional guests.
Chip and his crew, from HGTV's hit show Elbow Room, were able to open up the Klingshims' kitchen by removing a few walls. The family wanted to modernize, but still wanted to keep the classic feel of the era in which the home was built. The team kept some of the more traditional aspects, such as the wood floors and traditional colors, but they modernized with features like custom cabinets and a brick backsplash.
Even the exterior of this elegant home has a touch of Asian inspiration. The pitch of the roof mirrors that of traditional Asian homes; however, designers modernized the idea a bit by using metal roofing rather than a more traditional roofing material to make this home durable and timeless.
Vibrant colors and whimsical details make this two-year-old boy's bedroom a delight. The coffered ceiling was modernized with a coat of orange paint. Striped curtains, a cheery bird mobile from the MoMA store and a rug bedecked with mustaches are among the room's many cheerful elements.
The modified industrial look of the shelves and lighting is suited to the newly enlarged and modernized space as well as the home's overall architecture. The stainless steel range hood matches the stove and oven and is a pleasing industrial contrast to the warm, hardwood walls.
Exquisite architectural details shine in this open and airy traditional kitchen with tray ceilings. the home’s original kitchen and baths were modernized, but not updated enough to meet the new homeowner’s needs. This captivating kitchen is the centerpiece of the home’s extensive renovation project.
Bright and white, this spacious eat-in kitchen features twin islands for plenty of prep and storage space. Cabinets on both sides of the kitchen store all of your kitchen necessities. Integrated appliances, such as the ovens, refrigerator and wine cooler add a modernized touch to the sleek design.
Illuminate key sections of a peninsula or island by using stylish lamps normally reserved for other parts of the home. Atlanta designer Jo Torrijos selected white table lamps from a national home goods retail chain for the renovated kitchen in her modernized Craftsman bungalow.
As seen on HGTV's Love It Or List It, Too, Designer Jillian Harris modernized this west coast home by removing a pillar that sat in the middle of the entrance. She painted the walls with Behr Cotton Knit and installed engineered hickory hardwood flooring with Tremblant stain. The kitchen entrance was removed and the pantry and office desk area were closed in to create the laundry room. The Ceasarstone kitchen countertops, London Grey and Stone Grey, were extended along the back wall. Jillian removed another pillar in the centre of the kitchen and modernized the existing island with clean straight lines. Jillian completes the kitchen with Antique Imperial Mist subway tile for the backsplash.
Rustic stone walls meet a contemporary stone archway and walkway to create a house entry that feels like old-world modernized. Varying earth tones help the building blend into the terrain around. A stunning door welcomes guests into the beautiful and stately home.
Before, this bathroom was an outdated, disorganized mess. Now, the design has been modernized with a whitewashed wall, a decorative mirror and sink and updated light fixtures. A large tub adorns the back wall, and the wood wall behind it adds a rustic aspect to the otherwise modern space.
In this kitchen's makeover, the tiny space was opened up and modernized with chef-grade appliances and a spacious layout. What used to be a maid’s kitchen with a butler’s pantry and sunporch now houses tons of counter space and an island, a large refrigerator and a six-burner Wolf range.
Designer Justine Sterling designed this young bachelor's bedroom with modern and contemporary design in mind. A soft gray color palette with punches of orange pair well together and provide the client with his wish of a more modernized space. Natural wood furniture, adjustable table lamps and crisp white bedding complete the stylish design.
The new doorway leads guests into a spacious foyer. Adjacent to the front door, vintage lockers add to the home's youthful charm and provide the essential storage space five kids require. The home's original front door was reused and modernized with a vibrant red paint job.