Wouldn't you love to cook in this kitchen? This chic, contemporary kitchen features cappuccino-stained alder cabinets, quartz slab counters, stone and glass linear mosaic backsplash, gas range with a downdraft that rises with the push of a button, floating shelves and plenty of natural light. What's not to love?
In the outdoor courtyard is a built-in stone bench makes for a comfy spot to relax. Cobalt blue pillows add a burst of color, and to bring in a touch of Mexican design, blue mosaic tiles are used in the arch inset. The house design is traditional Spanish with terracotta roof tiles and stucco walls.
Off the covered patio sits a much-used outdoor kitchen, complete with stainless steel grill. Stone columns add visual texture to the outdoor living area, while the rest of the house and two-story fireplace features a clean facade. The swimming pool is surrounded by a hardwood deck, and the hot tub features cool mosaic tile.
Tiny tiles create a mosaic frame look around the vanity mirrors offering a textural element against the walls and smooth cabinet sides. Silver vessel his and her sinks are placed over the stone countertop lighted by pendant lights. A wicker chair fits in the center highlighting the natural separation of the two vanities and complimenting the spa feel of the design.
This master bathroom includes a glass enclosed shower that relies on a combination of glossy taupe tiles, a brown mosaic accent strip and brown matte floor tiles to create a gorgeous earth-toned color palette. Chrome fixtures provide a sleek touch, while an adjacent neutral stacked stone wall adds a natural element.
A crystal-tiered chandelier hangs above a freestanding tub in this contemporary bathroom, adding to the luxurious feel of the space. Textured mosaic tile in the shower echoes the lines of the brown tile flooring, while a linear stone counter on the vanity enhances the flow of the space. The room works in harmony to create a perfect retreat of personal extravagance.
As seen on Rocky Mountain Reno, the couple renovating this log cabin in Minturn, Colorado was interested in bringing both rustic and modern designs together to make the home of their dreams. The clean, white tile, grey stone vanity and grey patterned and mosaic tile, the modern style is greatly represented. To incorporate the rustic design, Trista used natural wood in places like the exposed beams in the ceiling and natural wood baseboards.