The homeowners wanted an open plan kitchen with plenty of storage and functionality, so designers created sightlines from the kitchen into the stairwell and one of the home's living spaces, creating an easier flow between the home's spaces.
This gorgeous open plan kitchen includes elegant traditional white cabinetry and a wrought iron chandelier. But its standout feature is the coffered ceiling with its dark wood exposed beams, strikingly contrasting the light color palette.
Almost palatial in its scope, this grand traditional kitchen features two islands, two refrigerators and plenty of countertop surface for prepping and storage. For an additional touch of luxury, matching chandeliers help light the space.
The back deck takes perfect advantage of the afternoon sun. With lounge chairs, umbrellas, tables and a beautiful ocean view, this space is the perfect place to spend every sunny afternoon either alone or with friends.
Exposed brick and hardwood flooring provide a traditional foundation in this row house's open living space. A mix of contemporary furniture and primitive country furnishings gives this inviting area an updated, transitional look that flows seamlessly between the sitting area and dining room.
This light and bright kitchen features flat-front white cabinets paired with a light gray countertop and backsplash with marble mosaic hexagon tiles. A black and gray granite countertop covers the spacious kitchen island, and the open nature of the space allows for easy transition to the living room.
This beautiful black and white master bathroom is a salute to 1920s vintage style but also a nod to modern, minimalist living. The clean lines of the walls and woodwork allow for a more fanciful look for the flooring and pops of color in towel selections and other bathroom accessories. The frosted window insert is a lovely touch of old world style.
A happy tablescape pays tribute to the sunny Southwest location of HGTV Dream Home 2010 with a bowl of chili peppers, Southwest art picture books and antique Native American baskets. “I always start out and keep taking things away and adding things until I feel like I have it right,” says designer Linda Woodrum.
A cobalt-blue dresser with brass hardware sits in this colorful entry, providing additional storage. Blue and white ikat wallpaper surrounds the space with texture, adding visual interest and contrast against the clean white millwork.