A brilliant stone fireplace adds a natural element to this blue and white room. The brown leather coffee table has the same terrestrial effect while a white coffered ceiling, cabinetry and French doors keep the space bright and airy.
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.
Big, comfy armchairs surround a round dining table, creating a cozy dining spot that overlooks the Pacific Ocean. Through sliding glass doors and windows, the indoor space seamlessly blends with the outdoor deck.
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.
Multiple patterned pillows dress the wood banquette with lively color around a glass-topped coffee table. White cabinets with an antique finish surround a stunning, colorful range backsplash in this bright kitchen.
The mostly neutral, modern furnishings and hardwood floors of this living room are punched up by the orange rug, blue coffee table and assorted throw pillows. The exposed brick wall and fireplace make for a great focal wall and interesting place for the television.
For guests who have an appetite for comfort food, what could be more welcoming than Italian fare in this sun-washed Mediterranean dining room? The 19th century elm dining table has ornately-turned legs surrounded by Old World dining chairs.
White walls and creamy cabinets create warmth in this cottage kitchen. An island with open shelves offers plenty of storage, while a neutral tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances update the space.
TriplePoint Design Build cleverly fashioned a small, out-of-the-way area to disguise the toilet for their Art Deco-style master bathroom redo. A medicine cabinet and a decorative flower arrangement in white complete the look.
This is a traditional kitchen with a spin -- the granite countertop unifies the colors in the antiqued lower cabinets and warm-toned upper cabinets. Pendant lights hang over the small, eat-in bar and a glass backsplash makes the cooktop a focal point.
Why settle for a blanket and a basket when setting up a table and chairs would make your picnic guests feel super special for just a little bit more effort? Find a scenic setting in a valley, a grove of trees, a pretty field, an orchard, or even a quiet corner in your own back yard. Use a lightweight or folding table and chairs to create the wow-factor without the heavy lifting.