Rustic brick walls are paired with an earthy color palette for this modern industrial wine bar in Houston, Tex. A concrete ledge sits opposite contemporary black chairs and low tables for conversation, and a long dining table is surrounded by sleek wooden chairs.
Stained concrete grounds the front lounge of Houston's Beckrew Wine House. A leather sofa is paired with suede chairs and a cool geometric coffee table and oversized chandelier. Custom wine cabinets house bottles and help frame the intimate seating area.
Penny tiles are used behind the stained concrete bar to create a cool backsplash display with the alphabet. Rows of wine glass racks flank each side for the bartender's handy access. Black leather barstools pull up to the bar, which also features a sleek penny tile facade.
Built in upper cabinetry provides additional storage over the bottle display and L-shaped countertop of this bar. Green bar chairs line both sides of the bar for maximum seating capacity. Hardwood floors and a painted brick accent wall keep the color scheme light and fitted for the dim atmosphere of the room.
The rich swoops and swirls of this bathroom's marble sink and countertop are a stark and compelling contrast to the subtle pattern on the wall. A mirror fills the wall above the sink visually opening up the space.
In this contemporary master bathroom, the warmth of natural wood balances the stark elegance of the freestanding tub, for a look that's sleek and sophisticated. A fun bubble chandelier adds pizzazz to the polished space.
A large window fills up most of the wall in this room and offers prime viewing of the lagoon-like pool in the backyard. Along the room's back wall, long white shelves criss cross above the fireplace and double as a mantel.
Made from washable linen with a solid wood frame, a gray pet sofa gives Fido a comfortable spot to get cozy and take a nap. Above the sofa hangs a brown bone-shaped woven wicker pet toy basket that decorates the wall and provides a way to corral small toys and keep them off the floor.
To showcase the collection of teacups the family has accumulated, the back of the bench has been fashioned as a cabinet. These cabinets close securely in keep the family's two pets from accidentally decommissioning any of the pieces.
The designer of this kitchen constructed a pull-out work space under the countertop to make its small space more utilitarian. The design of the kitchen is simple, and its color scheme seems to expand the space visually, adding depth and dimension.