You know what they say-first impressions are the most important, and this elegant, traditional bathroom makes a great first impression. The pocket doors are made of beautiful glass and rich wood, and since they are built into the door frame, they do not take any room from the space. Upon entering the bathroom, you can see that the rich wood of the doors is continued in the space with the cabinets and vanity which are made out of the same material. The space's patterned tile on the floor and the backsplash continue this elegant vibe throughout.
The design of this home gym is kept simple and clean, allowing for plenty of space and focus for a good workout. The machines are surrounded with open floor space for a safe environment. Glass French doors can enclose the room while still providing a view into the living area. Wooden cabinets keep accessories stored easily and out of sight.
Susan Brunstrum gave every detail of this master bathroom renovation her attention, starting with the shower, which contrasts so beautifully with the darker tones of the vanity and wall cabinets of the room. The large shower stall is tiled in cream and features a glass entrance door. The shower tile color matches the vanity countertop and the tile of the bathroom floor.
As seen on HGTV's Cousins Undercover, the newly remodeled kitchen of the Weber family home features an open concept with the old wall removed that separated the kitchen and dining room. The new kitchen has new cabinets, new kitchen appliances, new kitchen island with butcher block top and a new 12-foot glass door leading out to the new deck. (after)
Space between the large island and the wood dining table creates a natural separation of the space while still leaving the design open and connected. Full wall cabinets with frosted glass doors on top allow for organized and concealed storage keeping the countertops clear for a clean finish. Natural light bounces off the white countertops for a bright look to the room.
A dark-stained island with a sculptural top blends with gray-toned cabinetry in this well-appointed and spacious transitional kitchen. Leaded glass cabinet doors turn one bank of upper cabinetry into a furniture-style showpiece, while a professional Wolf range makes the space a chef's dream. Two sculptural pendants provide task lighting for the island, as well as a contemporary touch.
This beautiful contemporary dining area can be open to the living room and the kitchen, or striped curtain dividers can slide closed for a private dining room. A lit black china cabinet with glass doors provides a beautiful display at the end of a black and white zigzag rug. Turquoise chairs sit at a wooden dining table, and a gold chandelier hangs from the blue ceiling above.
This stylish wet bar gives the homeowners a space to anchor their entertaining. The charcoal wall color adds depth and drama to the hallway, while the cabinets that blend in with the wall give homeowners a place to store bottles and glasses. To lighten the space, bright white trim and doors were added, along with interesting art pieces to give this unique space additional personality.
On one side of the shower is plenty of space to get ready in the morning. These cabinets and countertops provide the perfect place to carry out your morning routine, while the other side of the shower contains the toilet. Glass doors allow both sides of the room access to the shower, so no matter where you are in the space, you can always enter.
As seen on America's Most Desperate Kitchens, the aim of this kitchen remodel was an updated farmhouse design, so designers left vintage elements, such as the glass paneled cabinets and exposed brick, in the space. Then, they added a reclaimed wood door to cover the entrance to the pantry. Updates in the space include a durable, quartz countertop, a white subway tile backsplash, and modern, stainless steel appliances.
Pendant lights hang down over an island with bar seating in this country kitchen. Glass door cabinets and provide dish storage around a patterned tile wall above the metallic stove. A strip of subway tile follows the white countertop around the walls of the kitchen. Wooden bar stools, gray herringbone flooring, and a black window frame above the sink add a few contrasting colors to the white decor.
The island countertop in this transitional kitchen features local Alabama white marble, cut to mimic the shape used in the stair railing, eyebrow gables and dining room chairs. The island itself features a rich, dark finish that contrasts nicely with the cool gray cabinetry on the room's perimeter. A mix of traditional and modern elements adds interest to the space, from the leaded glass cabinet doors and apron sink to the industrial-inspired pendants and acrylic-and-metal barstools.
A wood-toned island warms up this cozy, cottage kitchen by designer Tobi Fairley. Rather than paint it white to match the rest of the cabinets, Fairley chose a chocolate stain to show off the wood's rich grain.Brilliant white floor-to-ceiling cabinetry not only brightens up the space, but it also adds essential storage. Glass doors at the top of the cabinetry create interest and provide a spot for displaying favorite dishware. A clever, shallow recess allows a pair of barstools to tuck neatly under the island when not in use.
Perfect for casual weekend living, this Hamptons beach-house dining/family room has a close connection to the kitchen, as well as to outdoor living areas. Glass doors on the ground level slide all the way into the walls, opening the family/dining room and living room to an expansive deck area. The rooms can be entirely open or protected from mosquitoes with a screen system, allowing for summer breezes, ample entertaining areas and restoring connections to nature. “A consistent — but not overwhelming — thread of blue follows throughout these ground level spaces: blue kitchen cabinets, blue custom rug and touches of blue walls,” note the architects.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It Too, Jillian Harris' overall design for Joyce and Steven was a mix of both their desires. Joyce wanted a timeless design that would stand the test of time and Steven wanted it to be contemporary. Big and open was another wish, so that they could fulfill their entertaining needs. The wall that separated the kitchen from the dining room was removed. The previous walls were all Popcorn Walls, now refinished and painted Silver Drop dining and living room. The Oak hardwood floors throughout the main floor were refinished. There are new casings on all the windows throughout the main floor. Within the dining room are two built-in China Cabinets, white with glass doors that were rebuilt. The ceilings were just above the windows and the greatest design surprise for Jillian was being able to open the space up by vaulting the ceilings.