An eye-catching image by photographer Mark Indig fills in for a window in this neutral master bathroom. The photo hangs over a luxurious Kohler soaking tub, which has a glass tile surround by Oceanside Glasstile.
This modern white farmhouse master bedroom has a sitting area with contemporary white sofa and faux fur butterfly chair, modern coffee table, retro photographer lamps, and vaulted ceiling with exposed white paneling and modern ceiling fan.
The luxurious master bathroom from HGTV Dream 2014 features two separate vanities with Shaker-style cabinets, a sleek white sink and stainless-steel faucet. Industrial accents, like the photographer's pendants, add a polished look.
The luxurious, spa-style master bathroom from the HGTV Dream Home 2014 features two separate vanities with espresso-finished Shaker style cabinets and sleek white countertops mixed with hand-scraped bamboo floors and brushed nickel photographer's pendants. A sliding door adds privacy to the commode.
The living room brings in cottage elements from the white wood beam ceiling to slipcovered sofas. The stacked stone fireplace adds a rustic note to the room, while glass-front cabinets flank the fireplace for pretty storage. French doors lead out to an intimate courtyard and pool area.
Distressed gray chairs with gray-and-white striped pillows sit in front of a stone water fountain for a relaxing spot by the pool. Terracotta tile and square tiles in blue and terracotta shades creates a southwestern-inspired surround to the pool.
A wood beamed ceiling adds style overhead in this cottage breakfast nook. Large windows pour in tons of natural light that streams through a lovely vignette of glass jar-covered flowers in terracotta pots. A glass-topped table is surrounded by woven chairs.
White shelves and walls create a clean aesthetic in a minimalist live-work loft for a photographer in New York City. The floors are American white oak. The project by Desai Chia Architecture won a 2018 AIA Institute Honor Award for interior architecture.
Photographer Robert Petersen’s photo of an Icelandic Horse was the perfect jumping off point for inspiration. Crisp whites, muted blues and pale wood tones give the room a natural, dreamy vibe. With wood itself a high-priced commodity in Iceland, Brian opted for a stunning faux-bois wallpaper to complete the look.
This Mission-style home, located on a relatively small corner lot, wraps around an intimate courtyard and pool area. The private outdoor space is accessed by many sets of French doors that lead to all rooms of the home. An outdoor fireplace forms a focal point for the courtyard and serves as a warm place to relax in the evenings.