When they feel like having a quiet night in, the owners can retreat to the den. Here, reclaimed wood ceilings, a stone fireplace and stacks of firewood set quite the cozy tone, while a plush sectional, two spotted armchairs and another set of chairs give everyone room to curl up.
A mix of neutral tones create a fun mosaic tile backsplash between the white cabinetry in this contemporary kitchen. The tile appears again in a little built-in office nook beneath a glass door cabinet. Two orange pendant lights add a pop of color above the small island and set of tall bar chairs.
Earth toned Belgard pavers are stacked together to form a curved garden wall at the end of a stone patio. While the wall itself provides plenty of seating, two comfortable metal patio chairs complete the space and provide a more comfortable lounging option. Orange cushions are complimented by light blue floral pillows.
In the dining room, the coffered ceiling as a strong personality that's softened by its two-toned paint job. Flowing curtains, a heavy chandelier and skirted dining chairs evoke a formal air. The archway between the dining room and living room helps to separate the spaces while promoting a cohesive style.
The ordinary bookshelves in this home office are lined with graphic fabric to give them a punch of color and pizzazz. The desk is a vintage piece painted with a two-tone finish for a more modern look. Details like the lucite chair and starburst mirror pull this transitional home office together, creating a stunning one-of-a-kind workspace.
A custom fire pit is the focus of this stone patio with a view. Belgard pavers in earth tones complete the space and provide a nice look with little to no maintenance. A curved metal outdoor sofa compliments the shape of the patio and provides ample seating areas for visitors. An additional seating area with two chairs is hugged by a curved stacked stone perimeter wall, enabling visitors a chance to take in the view of the home.
"For Stacey, the carnation is a hard-working flower that has the possibility of being more than it appears on the surface. Her desk and chair seem both modern and traditional at once, showcasing the complexity of the flower she has chosen," said judge Vern Yip of HGTV's Design Star. This transitional room features traditional decor with a modern twist. The two-tone walls add color to the white furniture, wood flooring and dark wooden desk.
A terra-cotta-color wall brings in warmth year-round. “The tone shifts over the course of the day, like a sunset,” says Katie. The oversize art from Four Hands Art Studio makes it even more glorious. For seating, the dated brown sectional that dominated the space got replaced with a chic blue wool-blend sofa by American Leather, a curvy armchair by Taylor King, and two leather slingback chairs from Wisteria. Friends at the couple’s giant potluck dinners spill into here, so the large coffee table by Jonathan Charles Fine Furniture comes in handy. The rug is by Jaipur Living.
Amy has a way with mixing styles at home. In this reading nook a mid-century chair, a brass lamp from the '80s and a centuries-old carved stone fireplace come together seamlessly. Behind the lounge, two ancient tree stumps that have crystallized over millions of years are the oldest pieces in the home. And plants in earthenware pots reinforce the earth tone color scheme while adding to the nature-inspired feel of the room. Amy’s ability to layer neutrals helps bring pieces from various periods together beautifully.