If you don’t have a large budget, you want to make sure your purchases are noticed. To do so, Atlanta interior designer Michael C. Morris suggests contrasting your floors and furniture. In a model home in the Avalon community, he uses light paint and furniture to stand out against medium brown red oak floors.
As seen on season 1 of Tiny Luxury, this tiny house kitchen features a full-sized stainless steel refrigerator, large skylight, custom wood shelving, red oak hardwood floors, a separate bathroom and a cozy lofted guest bedroom.
As seen on season 1 of Tiny Luxury, a reclaimed wood sliding door divides a laundry closet from a luxurious bathroom in this tiny house. Knotty Alder pine trim, tongue and groove siding and rich, red oak hardwood floors give this space a rustic, charming aesthetic.
As seen on season 1 of Tiny Luxury, a 25-square-foot guest loft is situated above the bathroom in this luxury tiny house. Red oak hardwood floors, exposed pine beams, plush bedding and chic industrial-style string lighting give the space a cozy feel and continue the home's warm, rustic motif.
As seen on season 1 of Tiny Luxury, this gorgeous tiny home kitchen is filled with top-of-the-line amenities such as black granite countertops, a 4-burner gas range, full-sized stainless steel refrigerator and red oak hardwood floors. A cozy guest loft is situated just above a full bath hidden from view by a handmade wood sliding door.
This small galley kitchen gets a modern industrial look from stainless steel appliances, a blackened steel bar counter and sleek red cabinets. Roughly-hewn Siberian oak flooring recalls the industrial origins of the building.
Bright and cozy, this reading nook features a graphic black and white chaise, light oak flooring and floral decor, making it the perfect woman's lounge spot. A bold red end table and a glam black and gold console table complete the design.
Dark oak flooring anchors this kitchen and dining area's marriage of rustic and modern aesthetics: the kitchen's island and cabinets of barnwood and blue-painted fronts and the dining area's graphic designer wallpaper, traditional round pedestal table, and quartet of red acrylic chairs.
A trio of contemporary white pendant lights hang over a Calacatta Borghini quartz-topped island. A dark quarter-sawn oak floor provides contrast to the gray and white color palette. A cherry red leather bar chair pops against the bright background. The red is repeated on the stove knobs for an extra pop in intrigue.
A walk-in closet next to the photographer’s studio space in a New York City loft features two frosted glass panels. The design of the industrial loft uses wall planes to sculpt the light and make window-less areas feel airy. The red chairs were designed by Donald Judd and the floors are American white oak planks. The project by Desai Chia Architecture won a 2018 AIA Institute Honor Award for interior architecture.
As seen on Love It Or List It, Too, the kitchen and dining room have changed places. Now, the kitchen has plenty of space for storage and prep, while the dining table, which extends from the kitchen island in true Italian fashion, seats up to ten. The Caesar Stone countertops in the color Misty Carrera have been extended to the end of the dining area, and the cabinets are stained opaque, both grey and white, with Benjamin Moor Paint. The flooring throughout the kitchen and the first floor is stone brown red oak from Mercer, and the wall color is Milk Paint from Behr.
As seen on Love It Or List It, Too the previous kitchen is now a powered room and storage in the newly expanded kitchen. The kitchen sits where the dining area used to be, extending into the dining/living room where the country kitchen now sits. A custom kitchen dining table extends from the Ceasarstone countertop island called Misty Carrera. The layout was inspired by the Italian kitchen where the household help would often eat at their workspace, thus the extended island and dining table. The chandelier sits over the fixed island as the dining table is bound to be moved around. The dining chairs are an eclectic collection of Eames and Ikea rattan, mismatched to give the feeling of an informal gathering where newly added guests will pull up any chair they can find. The island houses a microwave and lots of storage space and ample storage is found on the back wall where there was once the kitchen. The cabinets are stained opaque, both grey and white, with Benjamin More. The flooring found throughout stone brown red oak from Mercer. The wall color is called Milk Paint from Behr.