A large white sectional and a round coffee table contribute to the light, bright look of this main living space. The fireplace is a major focal point by using stripes of black cement tiles mixed with wood, echoing the color of the oiled oak floors creating a cohesive look throughout the space.
In the dining area, designers brought in a rustic farm table that warms the space with its beautiful wood grain. On either end of this table, gray and white upholstered head chairs contribute comfort and texture to the design, while a brass light fixture brings the modern element the homeowners love.
Several chairs and a couple of sofas define sitting areas in this great room in Nantucket's 21 Broad Hotel. The transitional room's white palette and blue and yellow accents contribute to the hotel's cool, coastal vibe.
A color-blocked area rug defines the living room component of this great room. Retro-style furnishings contribute to the room's midcentury-modern feel, including a trendy console piece that serves as a room divider between the living and dining spaces.
While not common in bedrooms on a top floor due to load, noise and instability of subfloor, natural stone tile is a popular choice for ranch-style homes in the hot Southwest since it has a cooler feel under foot. And in climates that experience some seasonal chill, stone works great with radiant heating because it maintains and distributes the heat better than wood. Photo courtesy of Inalco
This powder room adds surprise and drama with artfully arranged hanging pendants and asymmetrical plumbing. The custom cabinets, created with two veneers, and the onyx stone countertop also contribute to the unexpected.
Off the dining room sits a light and airy living space, featuring a white sofa which contradicts beautifully with the dark hardwood floors. Minimal art and neutral colors contribute to the soft visual.
A large window floods this New York City apartment in light, complementing the light furnishings and neutral walls, Several houseplants and a natural rug contribute to the earthy vibe throughout the space.
Damask wallpaper, a crystal chandelier, an ornate mirror and a beautiful antique wood vanity all contribute to this powder room's elegantly luxurious feel. The yellow walls brighten up what could otherwise be a darker, sedate mood.
This transitional-style powder room looks larger than it is thanks to a tall mirrored backsplash. The glossy marble floor is complemented by the striking marble sink, which has open space beneath, contributing to the space feeling roomier than it actually is.
This gorgeous country living room boast high ceiling, a beautiful iron chandelier, exquisite fireplace and a bright dose of color. Exposed ceiling beams and soaring ceiling create an airy atmosphere, while small details like the herringbone tile in the fireplace contribute to the room's unique style.