White Kitchen With Rich Wood Floors and Quartz Eat-In Island
This open-plan contemporary white kitchen features rich wood flooring plus a large quartz kitchen island with waterfall countertop and space for eating. Large, black conical pendant lights hang over the island while recessed lighting illuminates the rest of the space. The kitchen also features white Shaker cabinets, an oversize stainless steel refrigerator and an attractive stainless steel range hood.
Artist Lacy VanCourt's transformed Texas farmhouse features carefully curated southwestern style and rich textiles. White wall planks allow colorful pieces of framed art and collectables to bring the space to life. A red patterned area rug shares the two sofas lined with cushions and pillows showcasing her embroidery work.
The upstairs loft living room features cinnamon-colored walls fanned by large hand-stenciled gingko leaves. A set of channel-tufted walnut library chairs in soft chenille fabrics bracket the small chest of drawers, where a bronze sculpture by renowned artist Robert Hooke stands.
Symmetrical furnishings and a neutral color palette give this traditional living room a simple, clean feel. Great use of texture in the rug, coffee table and stone fireplace create visual depth and make the large space feel intimate.
A navy cushioned sectional with throw pillows sits on a large striped area rug in this bright, white transitional living room. Neutral toned window treatments cover the French doors and compliment the wall art and the butterscotch leather arm chair.
White walls and furnishings serve as a neutral backdrop for the fun play of colorful patterns in this modern kids room. Blue and orange pendant lights brighten the space, while vibrant artwork and bedding give graphic punch to the design.
This modern kitchen offers a small space for multiple purposes, thanks to smart design and organization. White, sleek cabinets provide storage above and below a quartz countertop with green tile backsplash.
Who needs dry land to be at home and what could be better than waking up in a new place every day? This 40-foot-long vessel sleeps seven, offering enough space for the homeowners to have guests and can be seen only on HGTV’s House Hunters International.