This modern Las Vegas home is split into two parts: the main house and the guest house. With the pool in front of it, the main house plays host to the living room and modern master suite, while the guest house contains the guest rooms and the home theater. These two parts of this home are separated by an elevated courtyard that serves as an outdoor living room for both portions of the home and overlooks the property, as well as the Las Vegas Valley and Las Vegas strip.
This cottage style cream kitchen uses carved cabinets and pendant lighting to add dimension. A granite kitchen island splits the space into two parts and provides plenty of preparation and cooking space.
Outside, the unique details continue. Through the dining room, the brownstone reveals a large outdoor space, which Paul has designed in two parts. In the first, a sun porch boasts a series of Eames dining chairs around a simple and elegant wrought iron table. A series of Paul’s sculptures lines the table, displaying his continued fascination with nature, texture and unique shapes.
As seen on Home Town, Ben and Erin Napier have completely renovated the Johnikin residence in Laurel, Mississippi. The kitchen looks completely different. A large beam ran through the middle of the space breaking it up into two parts. The dark red color and mismatched cabinets were all removed. After renovations, the bright and clean space now have ample cabinet storage and mood lighting to create a relaxing evening atmosphere.
This bold two-tone design is perfect for an energetic and fun kid's bedroom. Green and blue elements are used in every part of the room design from the wall paint to the bed linens. A lime green arm chair pops against the blue rug. Patterned pillows on the bed, chair and window seat bring a cozy plushness to the room.
To create a decorative leaf bowl you’ll first need to preserve your leaves. To do this keep the leaves completely submerged in one part glycerin to two parts water for a week. Remove the leaves and let them dry. Once dry you can use paper mache paste and a large balloon to create your bowl. Blow up the balloon and cover with paper mache paste. Layer leaves around the balloon in a bowl shape, covering completely with paste as you go. Let dry completely, then remove the balloon for a beautiful, decorative bowl.
As seen on Home Town, Ben and Erin Napier have completely renovated the Johnikin residence in Laurel, Mississippi. The kitchen looks completely different. A large beam ran through the middle of the space breaking it up into two parts. The dark red color and mismatched cabinets were all removed. After renovations, the bright and clean space now have ample cabinet storage and mood lighting to create a relaxing evening atmosphere. The pink door was also added to match the painting above the range that Erin Napier created for Ebonee.
This modern home lies at the foothills of the Redrock Mountains in a master planned community in southwest Las Vegas. The design departs from the traditional U-shaped desert courtyard home by dividing the home into two components linked through an elevated courtyard. The design works with the existing contours of the house to screen the view of the Las Vegas valley upon entry to the property, drawing guests across a bridge over the site to the elevated courtyard which serves as the exterior living room for the home, where the view to the strip is exposed. This space splits the home into two parts, creating a main house, with a living room and master suite, and a guest house,with a family theatre and guest bedrooms.
Prefer easy access to your wine while entertaining? This wine bar tutorial opens up a dresser with two big wooden racks perfect for perusing your vino collection. Blogger Meagan Brockway of The Charming Farmer shows you how it's done.