A mix of geometric shapes and patterns add modern flair down to the smallest details in the design of this porch seating area. Strong lines and circular accents bring a regal accent to the legs of the coffee table while natural elements from the potted ferns to the rustic wood side table add life and natural elements to the design.
Replacing an existing window that was smaller, a new insulated double hung window with white trim over the bench with relaxed roman shades brings lots of natural light into the entry. Two adjustable industrial-style wall sconces with a polished nickel finish help illuminate the space.
Tile can not only be beautiful, it can be functional as well. Here designer Becky Sue Becker uses natural stone in warm tones to create a single bathing space out of two. Connecting the shower and bath with one streamlined look creates the idea that it is its own defined oasis in a spacious master bath.
A selection of hydrangeas add a burst of color to the front yard of this approximately 2,056 square foot updated urban home, part of the new landscaping that also includes plants, shrubs and trees that bring lots of natural beauty to the property.
A trio of plants at the foot of the bed including a fiddle leaf fig tree bring a bit of nature into the space while the walls of windows keep the bedroom feeling open and airy even with the darker toned wall color.
The chalets feature plenty of architectural detail inside, as well, including exposed beams and rustic hardwoods. A live-edge bench in the mudroom is a nice design detail that helps give the space a rustic vibe.
TaLaya and Kerrick found their 1500 square foot home to be a storage challenge. This living room features one of TaLaya’s most creative solutions: a large wooden armoire. Woven cane gives the piece a handmade look that is beautifully complemented by the other woven elements in the space. Of particular interest is the patterned basket that ties together the colors of the rug and pillows in the room. The brass stool and accessories deepen the layers of metallic color in the space.
With an overall rising interest in organic food and food origins, the natural and biodynamic wine craze is growing. Grown or made with little or no chemicals or preservatives natural wine tends to be cloudier, fizzier, more acidic and smellier than conventional wines, but consumers are responding to that robust, unusual flavor profile.
The kitchen in the King home has been completely transformed and repositioned. Some of the key elements of the kitchen are the open shelves, the black granite countertops, the brick backsplash, a vent hood, stainless steel appliances, industrial light fixtures and a custom island, as seen on Fixer Upper.