Faceted glass and copper-finished metal can add warmth to modern decor in a home or outdoor living space. The 9 1/2-inch tall terrarium is sold by Gardener's Supply Co. and could be the focal point of a tabletop or mantle.
Jackson Paige Interiors pulled out all the stops when designing this Brentwood home's foyer, where coastal and contemporary designs combine for a fun signature look. From the bottom up, the room preserves its cottage roots; above the chair rail, however, purple teardrop wallpaper sets a contemporary tone, all of which cleverly introduce the design elements incorporated throughout the home.
This gorgeous contemporary kitchen is both space saving and highly functional. The large island includes a white quartz countertop and at the end, a 2-inch thick walnut butcher block for easy prep work.
Streamlined design gets a punch of energy from the yellow tile accent wall in this modern bathroom. The rich wood cabinets and swooping curves of the pendant lights add an element of warmth and softness.
Recessed lighting paired with a row of black teardrop pendants keep this kitchen bright at any hour of the day. Sleek, polished cabinetry blends perfectly with the white countertop on the large island. Tall, low-back barstools create an eat-in area and still leave plenty of counter space for cook and prep work.
This countertop level view highlights the color contrasts and symmetrical design of this sleek modern kitchen. A row of teardrop pendants focus light on the long island. The black sides look bold against the stark white of the walls and smooth cabinets. Stainless steel appliances complete the modern, polished look.
A striking Striato marble island and two-toned, modern cabinetry create a show-stopping kitchen in this Los Angeles-area home. Five mercury-dipped pendants illuminate the island's dining surface, and three bold blue barstools provide a great perch for dining or chatting with the cook. Concealed and built-in appliances streamline the space.
In the kitchen, tractor seat barstools welcome guests to perch next to the new waterfall countertop, paneled in solid walnut. For the Heath tile backsplash, the designer created visual interest by installing in a herringbone pattern. The gray tile stands out against the white cabinetry and adds depth to the design.