Gleaming Brazilian chestnut floors greet guests as they enter the front hall of HGTV Dream Home 2010. Tongue-and-groove pine ceiling, decorative beams inspired by traditional vigas and smoke bell lanterns complete the look.
Inspired by the look of New York City buildings, designer Tomas Frenes used black subway tile with white grout, LED lighting that mimics the style of neon signs and a custom smoked glass window to create an urban style in this master bathroom.
The ultra-modern kitchen from HGTV Green Home 2011 is stunning in shades of gray and black. An island provides space for food preparation as well as eating. The unique smoke glass cabinets and stainless exhaust hood compliment the beautiful tile work.
A modern bookcase divides the seating area from the bar and storage area in this midcentury modern-inspired living room. Smoked oak floors are striking against the white walls and sheer window panels. A pair of midcentury chaise lounges create a cozy spot for reading and napping.
Buck the trend of stainless steel or polished-nickel fixtures and instead bring something unexpected into your girl's powder room with anthracite. Available in a variety of metals, smoked fixtures — classified as anthracite — are charcoal in coloring and commonly found in satin or polished finishes.
This fully equipped outdoor kitchen is a cook’s dream, making food prep easy and keeping the hosts connected to their guests. Cabinets supported by stacked fieldstone offer ample storage space, and an industrial-sized hood vents smoke and odors through the roof, not into the vaulted ceiling.
Plan to serve three to four bite-sized foods that don't require reheating and can be laid out for the entire stretch of the holiday party, like this smoked salmon and cream cheese roll studded with chives.
‘Smoke Signal’ is a selection of a native grass known as little bluestem (Schizachyrium scoparium). This variety offers strong, upright stems that maintain their erect posture through fall. Leaves also stage a good fall color show, shifting from red (late summer) to reddish-purple (fall). Tan seedheads appear above leaves in autumn. This sturdy grass grows 3 to 4 feet tall and forms a clump up to 2 feet wide. It’s a great choice for a hot, dry spot where other plants won’t grow. ‘Smoke Signal’ is drought- and salt-tolerant, and deer leave it alone. Hardy in Zones 3-9.
Designing a new deck? Consider adding a bump-out or other designated space for your grill. You’ll keep smoke away from seating areas and give the chef some extra elbow room. To make life even easier, install low-maintenance Horizon composite decking from Fiberon, shown here in Castle Gray.
Located in the heart of Atlanta's walkable, happening Midtown neighborhood, The Lawrence features contemporary fare with a Southern-forward focus including black-eyed pea hummus, cucumber-peach gazpacho, smoked gouda mac and cheese as well as a clever, well-curated bar program.
This kitchen packs a lot of punch, with plenty of workspace, a breakfast nook, storage, uppers, even french doors! Custom color cabinets, smoked glass uppers, matte black and brass finishes, and postmodern pops make this space completely unique. It's a fun space that's meant to be fresh, inviting, and playful without sacrificing any amenity!
City living doesn't mean going without a stylish and functional outdoor living space. This Chicago rooftop deck features comfy outdoor furniture and a custom fire pit. The sleek gas fire table features a bed of fire glass, a clean-burning, smoke-free alternative to wood or ceramic logs.
This cumaru deck provides lots of space to enjoy the outdoors. A garage door provides easy access from an indoor sitting room to the deck. A concrete wall includes a built-in fireplace with stainless steel chimney to direct the smoke away. The neutral color palette and uncluttered design keeps the space feeling large and relaxing.
To add drama and a touch of Southern farmhouse style to their dining room, homeowners Jeremy and Amanda had a rustic farmhouse table lacquered in white, then added high-end black Maarten Baas Smoke chairs. The contrast between the white and the black adds high drama; the back wall was also painted black to delineate the dining room from the nearby lounge.
Translucent smoked glass sliding doors close to create privacy while still filtering light into this space off the main living area. The room's primary purpose is as a home office, though it is easily transformed into a guest room by rolling the coffee table to the side and opening the sofa bed. The 1950s vintage book case came from an aviation school.