The concept for this kitchen was function with LOTS of storage. By creating floor to ceiling cabinets the storage was maximized. One of the ways to have easy access to elements inside the cabinets was to create full panel drawers inside the island. The white quartz island is a continuation of the white canvas used for the floor and a vanilla onyx with back lighting to accent on the island. The stainless steel flush appliances give the space a sophisticated look.
Lighting is everything, even outdoors. A well-lit home at night not only offers gorgeous curb appeal but can also add an element of safety. HGTV fan hcpruitt turned this front walkway into an enchanting, well-lit entry. For a modern and unique look, onyx columns were placed over regular landscape lights for a glowing effect leading to the front door. Accent lights are ideal for showcasing gorgeous landscaping or anything you wish to use as a focal point, such as fountains or towering trees.
This functional kitchen offers lots of storage with floor to ceiling cabinetry. The white quartz island is a continuation of the white canvas used on the floor and vanilla onyx with back lighting to accent the island. The stainless steel flush appliances give the space a sophisticated look.
This beautiful walk-in closet is custom-made with elegant Sycamore cabinets and luscious Calcutta marble countertops. In the center of the space, there is a Sycamore drawer tower topped with Calcutta marble, which adds storage to the space. Next to the window, a large makeup table overlooks the Boston Commons and takes advantage of the natural light that pours in from the outside.
Directly off the guest room which doubles as a media room, rests a small powder room that converts into a full bath. Just like in the kitchen, the less attractive, but still necessary, features of the space are hidden. This time, a shower is hidden behind a custom Walnut door. This powder room and its secret shower give guests their own little en-suite when they visit this Boston Penthouse.
This elegant master suite overlooks the gorgeous city of Boston. With its custom-built platform bed and bleached Sycamore cabinets, this room has plenty of storage, and conceals the space's utilities, such as a beverage fridge and HVAC air returns, created an elegant, sophisticated space.
Designers added drama to this living room by opening up the wall on the landing of the second floor art gallery. This allows anyone standing on the landing to get a bird's eye view of the Boston Commons below this penthouse apartment as well as the goings on in the living room on the first floor.
Concealing unwanted features is the name of the game In this modern kitchen. Behind these elegant custom panels, a back entrance to the home, a pantry and a refrigerator hide in plain sight. Hiding these undesirable but necessary features in this kitchen creates a seamless design that keeps the space looking elegant and sophisticated.
In the dining area of this modern home, walnut cabinets provide extra storage to the space, as well as a place to mount a flat screen television. Modern, mint green chairs add a pop of color and personality to the sophisticated space.
This modern, elegant space has magnificent views of the Boston Commons and the city of Boston. The massive floor to ceiling windows give this room a clear line of sight to all the city's finest attractions while letting in plenty of natural light. A sophisticated, neutral color palette, with honey tones and hints of green, add a natural, soothing undertone to the space, giving the family a fantastic place to enjoy their views and unwind after a long day.
This high-end powder room, designed by Lori Carroll with Lori Carroll and Associates, won first place from the National Kitchen + Bath Association this year. To snag a bit of this style, use hooks or towel grabbers, which can be purchased at Walmart for less than $5, to display hand towels.
This outdoor oasis is complete with a dining, living and kitchen area all conveniently placed right next to the pool. A pair of nano walls open up to the backyard to extend the indoor living area. Natural light and breathtaking views from the walls of glass that make up the back of the home lead to the expansive feel and airiness of the home.