Large windows and door openings seamlessly connect this modern home to the backyard patio. Large gray tiling surrounds the L-shaped swimming pool. A white brick chimney adds a bit of a textural element to the sleek look. A white papasan chair adds fun and unique seating to enjoy the elements.
An eclectic mix of styles adds character to this white kitchen. Wooden dining chairs and bamboo Roman shades bring warmth and natural, textural element. Wire bar chairs introduce some midcentury modern flair.
A neutral marble fireplace surround creates a beautiful contrast to the dark stone accent panel around the TV above. Built-in shelving creates storage with an appealing textural element on the back wall.
This fireplace mantel, decorated for winter, mixes different textural elements, including a wreath made of old sweaters, vintage bottles and a basket of antique fabric balls. A monogrammed plate adds a personal touch.
Tonal arabesque tile backsplash brings a refined elegance to this kitchen with its glossy sheen. The wooden range hood surround adds a natural textural element. Classic white Shaker cabinets balance the mix of materials and finishes.
The bright white walls in this contemporary living room keep the room feeling light and open despite the use of dark wood in the furniture. A stone fireplace adds a pretty textural element to the space.
Warm, textural elements, like barn wood accent walls and a display of woven baskets, balance the cold metal details. Red Tolix chairs inject a bright and cheery pop of color while keeping with the rustic industrial theme.
A ribbed leather chair and matching ottoman adds a thick textural element complimenting the striped textural pattern of the area rug. Three dimensional triangle floor cushions bring an unexpected shape to the traditional rectangular angles of the room.
The fireplaces, including the one in the living room, were an instant connection for Amy and a big reason why she and Matthew wanted this home. A Brooklyn staple, the carved stone adds another textural element to the home.
This modern living room by designer Judith Balis has an open floor plan and a clean-lined sofa. The textural elements of the stone fireplace and shaggy rug, along with hints of apple green, keep this modern space from feeling too sterile.
A backsplash of blue and pale yellow subway tile complements the dark gray countertops while bringing in pops of color. A mix of white and blue cabinets add contrast to the space, while a cork floor provides a unique textural element in this transitional kitchen.