The homeowners wanted a unique space for their family, so designers found Moroccan tiles for the backsplash and had custom Oak planks arranged in a chevron pattern on the front of the refrigerator and freezer. For the final touch, un-lacquered brass hardware and pendant lights add even more character to the design.
This open blue contemporary kitchen features white cabinetry with a Wenge wood countertop. It offers great entertaining, eating and cooking areas. Patterns and textures play against one another for subtle and pleasing visual interest.
"The homeowners were really baffled as to what to do with the third bedroom in their condo," said designer Debbie Perez. "They really didn't need two guest bedrooms. So, we suggested to use their favorite items from their previous home they didn’t want to part with and created this cozy little den."
A hand-planed buffet table separates the kitchen from the great room in this transitional home. Handmade light sculptures by artist Suzanne Derrer replace traditional lamps, giving the room a whimsical quality.
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To add a personal touch to this toddler's room, designers showcased the little girl's first pair of ballet slippers and a photo of her at her first recital. For an elegant touch, these pieces are framed in gold, adding glitz and glamor to the space.
The beautiful coffered ceiling draws the eye towards the lovely dining area with a bay window and French doors leading out to the backyard. Recessed lighting and pendant lights highlight the cream walls and ceiling.
Ceramic tile mimics the look of weathered wood, creating a backsplash that perfectly complements this modern kitchen’s rustic-industrial vibe. Hot-rolled steel panels form the cabinetry that surrounds the cooktop, and a custom hood is made from live-edge walnut, warming up the space.
This living room oozes style thanks to a mod-looking sofa, barrel chair and yellow coffee table. A Restoration Hardware South American cowhide tile rug defines the seating area, while three pieces of framed artwork adorn the wall.
An impressive limestone stove hood mimics the gothic style of the fireplace mantel and has a strong presence in this transitional kitchen. Natural light entering from both sides of the room prevent the stonework from weighing down the space. A dining area near the cooktop provides front-row seating for interested on-lookers during meal prep.