A pewter-colored slipper tub offers a spot to relax in this marble-trimmed master bathroom. Paired with the large walk-in shower with rain showerhead and bench, this space truly is an personal spa for the owner of this Westlake, Texas, home.
Full-length windows and sliding glass doors invite indoor-outdoor living and display stunning views of Vero Beach in the dining room. White slipcovered chairs pair with a natural wood dining table for a stylish, contemporary look.
For a family with three boys under the age of 12, a sprawling family center that opens out to the backyard was just the ticket. “An open-plan living made sense to them as they really wanted a room that would be the "heart" of the home and where they could all gather together and interact with each other, even if they are doing different activities,” says designer Nelly Reffet of Twinkle & Whistle Interior Design. To give the space an inviting feel, Reffet took care with her choices of color and material. “One of the possible downsides of open-plan living, especially in contemporary homes, is that the room may feel a little cold and impersonal,” she says. “Using ‘warm’ or earthy materials and/or colors, as well as a mix of textures is a great way to balance this, and to create a more lived-in space.”
A natural wood slab dining table pairs with neutral upholstered chairs to create a chic dining space just outside the kitchen. The home's open floor plan allows for easy transition from the kitchen to the rest of the home — a traditional area rug helps delineate the designated dining area from the adjoining living space.
This custom desert mountain home has stone accents that blend in with the surrounding environment. The beautiful swimming pool and hot tub that surround the stone patio are the perfect spot for a moonlit dip.
A spacious master bath connects to the two master bedrooms at this luxury penthouse. A soothing neutral palette and glass doors evoke a spa-like feel. Sleek fixtures, frameless mirrors and a floating double vanity complete the modern design.
Arched recessed walls mimic the doorway and window shapes to unify the space and add visual interest. Recessed walls also serves as frames for the tufted headboard, bedroom sitting area and standing mirror. A neutral color palette creates a soothing atmosphere.