This open, modern living space includes a cozy, fireside family room with a sofa that looks soft and inviting despite its low, mod profile. Area rugs delineate separate spaces within the large, open room.
A shiny, hammered metal rim in the under-mount sink adds a jewel-like accent and a custom touch in this traditional bathroom. Embellished wood sconces with a beaded trim are mirror-mounted for a streamlined look, while recessed cans provide additional task lighting.
Richly paneled walls continue onto a dark-stained, coffered wood ceiling. An elaborate ceiling medallion surrounds the antique brass chandelier. A formed marble fireplace surround creates a focal point in the space.
Existing knotty wood paneled walls were kept in place when this cottage living room was renovated. Modern furnishings with clean lines balance the rusticity of the room for an updated version of farmhouse charm.
Paneled walls include a long, arched niche that houses a wet bar in this elegant, traditional living space. Wine storage is built into the cabinetry, and an inset mirror adds light to the dark-walled room.
The white paneled walls and ceiling in this cottage dining room allow natural light to bounce off and brighten the space. Salvaged plank wood floors are dressed with two traditional runners that flank the dining table.
Wood paneled walls surround a cozy nook with a built-in bench. Small pink pillows bring out the color of a painting hanging on the wall. Brown mosaic tiled floors look lovely paired with the wood paneling.
A traditional Persian rug, large-scale modern artwork and a wood-paneled wall give this open, airy family room a homey, transitional feel. A mod sectional sofa offers plenty of seating for guests, while an Eames lounge chair takes advantage of the view and natural light offered by a wall of windows.
Comfortable rolled-arm sofas and a pair of rose-colored wing chairs create a cozy conversation area in a living room with palatial dimensions. The peaked, beamed ceiling of this 6,700-square-foot Tudor home rises to 30 feet, while wood-paneled walls and a large, stone fireplace add warmth and character to the space.
In the living room, it's easy to see the designers' thoughtful juxtaposition of sleek and natural materials. A black granite fireplace is framed by the alder wood paneled accent wall. The ceiling of the space angles up enhancing its open feel.
The Wohnwagon features spruce paneling or other woods indigenous to the region. Walls are insulted with wool, which naturally controls humidity. There are solar panels mounted on the roof with a recharging battery pack beneath the floorboards.
From the walls to the floor to the beamed ceiling, wood finishes wrap this multipurpose living space, giving it a cocooned and cozy feel. The Jackson Hole, Wyoming, cabin serves as a vacation retreat for the owners and their extended families and friends. In this open-concept room, the kitchen, living room, media room, game room and dining space all combine, allowing the occupants to hang out together while enjoying individual activities.
Central to the master bedroom is an antique crystal Empire chandelier. The custom-designed bed is a contemporary, updated version of the renowned wing bed upholstered in Kravet silk and finished with nailheads. The bed is flanked by mirrored nightstands. French doors lead to an antique iron balcony from Argentina that affords the homeowners a private view of the lake
A comfy sofa and burnt-orange chair make for a cozy sitting area in this neutral living room. A rope-covered trunk lends a coastal sensibility to the transitional space while pulling double duty as a coffee table and focal point.
A vintage American schoolhouse table from the 1920s is repurposed as the desk in this study. A black leather Eames chair, simple linen Roman shades and box-shaped lamps ensure the neutral transitional room retains a masculine feel.