As seen on HGTV's Flipping the Block, Amanda Marks and her boyfriend Curtis Goldin layered textures and patterns to create a charming cottage-style master bedroom. The upholstered headboard features nail head trim – a subtle but elegant accent.
High-gloss floors and painted trim bring distinction to the architectural detail in this modern farmhouse master suite. In the bath, cornflower blue moldings pop against the white walls. The newly built structure marries traditional and modern details throughout, creating a space that's homey and comfortable, yet contemporary and chic.
Traditional architectural details become modern when midnight black paint covers the ceiling, trim and walls. A white lacquered desk provides contrast, as do the pale hardwood floors and white window treatments.
This roomy master bedroom with en suite bath is in an area that had been part of the living space in one of the former duplex units. The bedroom is painted in pale blue with white trim. The new bath features a double vanity and soaking tub.
This sunlit dining room overlooks a colorful courtyard in a Mediterranean beach home. Antique dining chairs were upholstered with leather and nailhead trim to accentuate the rustic vibe of the reclaimed wood dining table.
In this hallway vestibule, cornflower blue trim pops against white walls, while a mustard yellow chair draws the eye to the room beyond. The modern farmhouse rests on 12 acres that include an in-ground swimming pool and contemporary original structure that now serves as a pool house and guest house. Throughout the farmhouse, contemporary and traditional details blend to create a space that's both updated and timeless.