This bright modern kitchen is the hub of the family home, stretching between the breakfast nook and open living room, and right around the corner from the dining room. A stark white island and nearby floating shelves and cabinet add stylish, functional storage to the neutral space.
The crisp white design of this teen bedroom is sleek and stylish. Orange accents make a bold statement against the clean background and add a personal touch with a monogram pillow and bright floral headboard.
A pattern tile accent wall connects the large glass enclosed shower and jacuzzi tub in this spacious master bathroom. Marbled tile surrounds the bathtub and coats the shower creating a bright finish. Glass walls close off the shower.
Designer Lindsay Chambers sought to update a classic kitchen with an industrial-country approach. The chevron patterned backsplash adds drama and depth to the small space, while white and gray cabinets give the room a rural vibe. And who wouldn't love the wrought iron and repurposed wood barstools?
This kitchen, dining area and family room might be somewhat diminutive, but the space packs a mighty punch in charm, functionality and character. The design has an industrial edge but with a nod to urban country living. The look is unusual, dramatic and entirely inviting.
The custom-designed reclaimed wood platform bed is certainly the focal point of this master bedroom, which features a simple design and bedding in shades of brown, beige and yellow. A small chandelier hangs down from the ceiling as a fun and eclectic element in the room.
This beautiful bathroom features gray and white marble that continues from the floor to the backsplash and shower. This marble meets a wall of taupe hexagonal tile for an attractive design transition. A gray double vanity completes the stylish look.
The interior of this home was designed to feel like a re-creation of a darling bungalow in Napa Valley, Calif. A white, gray and black color palette is a perfect choice for the outside of the home to brighten, enlarge and homogenize its external elements.
This beautiful gray and white kitchen gets an update from designer Lindsay Chambers, who added contemporary touches to an otherwise country design. The cabinets are country, but the appliances and chevron tile backsplash scream contemporary.
This all-white guest bathroom embraces clean lines and a sparkle finish to enlarge and lighten the space. A large, built-in white cabinet and a white vanity on the opposite wall are a boon to storage. Pops of gray in the bathroom hardware and flooring soften this otherwise monochromatic look.
Neutral walls and a natural brightness from the windows creates a beautiful atmosphere in this open living space. Hardwood flooring brings a warmth to the design. Gunmetal pendant lights hang over the kitchen island with neutral granite countertop. A plush, neutral sofa and upholstered dining chairs are visible in the open style.
For this kitchen, designer Lindsay Chambers updated the look with an industrial-country vibe. She coordinated a stainless steel Viking range and hood with a chevron patterned backsplash and gray and white country cabinets for an unexpectedly wonderful style combination. Countrified with a twist.
The connected living and dining rooms feature a cohesive look with light neutral tones and stylish transitional theme. A plush sofa and contemporary wooden coffee table sit over a neutral area rug in the living room. Upholstered chairs surround a circular table in the dining room.
A tile backsplash gives movement to the traditional feel of this kitchen design. Neutral granite countertop follows the large horseshoe of lower cabinetry creating a bar eating space with metal-legged barstools. Hardwood flooring adds warmth to the design and compliments the horizontal stripes of the ceiling texture.
Soft gray walls with white molding create a perfect color scheme to compliment the marble flooring of this bright, transitional bathroom. The large wood vanity base and matching mirror frame add a warmth to the design. Matching pendant lights hang over the his and hers sinks built into the white countertop.
Struck by the mathematical intricacies required to design the home which played host to the 2015 San Francisco Decorator Showcase, designer Candace Barnes chose to incorporate geometric shapes throughout the grand entry and staircase. Pyramidal shapes are repeated in the hand-blown crystal chandelier, Myke Reilly painting, bronze and granite table and the nailheads trimming the stairwell carpet.