In the living room, designers created a bright, welcoming space. Designers painted the walls white to reflect the natural light from the windows, making the space feel light and open, while bold orange pillows and artwork create a vibrant space. To incorporate natural materials that complement those dotted throughout the house, a rustic coffee table and television table were added, softening the modern design.
The key element of this master bathroom is the natural light. The exterior metal panels allow sun to come in throughout the day while still providing privacy. The room changes from day to day and season to season depending on the sun's placement. The natural stone on the shower walls and bath surround complement the natural wood floor and cabinets for a cohesive overall look.
Stone tile with a heavily chiseled finish creates a unique, textured focal wall in this contemporary bathroom. Designer Gregg De Meza addresses the clients' desire for indoor-outdoor living through natural finishes that embrace the home's wine country setting.
This long, galley-style kitchen is given extra space with an 18-foot-long accordion-style folding glass door. This photo was actually taken outside in the side yard thanks to the open door. The vent hood could not be accommodated in the stone wall, so an island vent hood was used despite the range being on the wall.
An exposed-beam ceiling, wood-paneled walls and a wicker-frame sofa add an organic element to this neutral transitional living room. An antique cabinet draws the eye while mustard-yellow swivel chairs add welcome color to the room.
The main portion of this French country home and the fence enclosing the courtyard are built from natural stone. The exterior of the private spaces of the home are clad in a contrasting stucco, drawing a visual boundary between public and private spaces, even from the exterior of the home.
The new bedroom in the Miller family's home is modern, warm, and bright. New furniture and accessories from West Elm, and a carpet from Import Marakesh, make this a cozy room to rest, and relax. Another addition to the room is a built in air conditioner. In the past, the Miller family had all box window air conditioners. As seen on HGTV's "Cousins On Call".
Designer Stephan Jones sought a balance of old and new with a mix of Baroque antiques and chic, contemporary art in the study at the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. The space embraces natural materials such and an earthy palette to create a calm, soothing space for work, reflection and relaxation.
This elegant entertainment space blends seamlessly into the nature that surrounds it. Bold browns mix with more muted neutrals to bring out the natural hues in nature, and the stone pavers and stucco shingles help to accent the natural beauty of the space, while providing the durability that will make entertaining possible in this space for a long time.
The Eastmark Community wanted a series of structures within the park that would complement the natural materials used in the planned development, so designers chose elements that would nod to the site's historical, agricultural past. Raw steel, concrete, stone and other natural materials symbolically mirror the agricultural structures that once dotted the rural desert landscape. Historically, indigenous settlements sprouted up along rivers, so this stream running through the park area gives a peaceful nod to the ancient landmarks that would have existed many years removed in history.
As seen on HGTV's Vacation House for Free, Matt's design for this beautiful coastal kitchen incorporates the natural colors of the ocean and sky, as well as material that can be found naturally, such as the wood for the ceiling.
Durable and natural materials such as stained cedar, natural stone veneer, and integral color plaster are combined with strong horizontal ceiling lines. Large windows create an indoor-outdoor entertainment space.
The key to making rooms feel well curated and balanced is the proper mix of organic materials. Nearly every element in this room is made from all-natural materials, including the driftwood floor lamps, Belgian-linen upholstery, cotton draperies, rustic wooden nesting tables and aged-brass hardware.
The natural materials and colors in the furniture, rug and window coverings create a serene setting in this beach house living room. Brightly colored accent chairs add a punch of fun, just as a beach umbrella and chairs might add to the natural tones of the nearby sand and surf.