A vintage wooden bankers bench and a fun wood circular hooks gives a warm welcome in this entryway. For a whimsical touch, the wainscot was painted with a contrast painted liner and was carried through on the doors. A durable Chilewich mat added protection to the floors but also added cheerful color to the floor. As a final touch, artwork was framed above the bench to elevate the sophistication of the entry.
This transitional living room uses a blue rug to delineate the living room space from the kitchen. Often a struggle with open-concept floor plans, separating spaces helps bring a cozy feel to even expansive areas. The beams on the ceiling add a rustic feel to this seemingly traditional room.
Urban living feels ultra-glamorous in this five-story townhouse located on New York City's posh Upper East Side. The home comes with five bedrooms, five bathrooms and fun perks like a charming garden patio and a roof deck.
The high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows let in lots of natural light in this townhouse living space. Glass railing on the second floor balcony allows the space to feel airy and open, with furniture and flooring in neutral tones.
What this gutted kitchen lacks in storage space it makes up for in charm. By removing a wall between the kitchen and dining room, HGTV's Kitchen Cousins turned two small, unusable spaces into one larger spot perfect for parties.
Originally built in the early 1900s, this former Baptist church was converted into just five luxury townhouses in 2006. The building was originally constructed to hold 500 worshipers, plus 400 Sunday school students in the basement. The converted church is located at the edge of Toronto’s stately Rosedale and Summerhill neighborhoods. The townhouse comes with parking for two cars in an underground garage.