White, Open Plan Kitchen From Sarah Sees Potential
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah turned a cramped main floor into a gorgeous, open plan kitchen, dining and living space. A dividing wall was removed and converted to a gourmet kitchen island with extra seating and storage. Antique white corbels and vintage wedding cake fixtures add a touch of elegance while a fun mosaic tile backsplash lends youthful charm to the bright space.
Thirteen Foot Multipurpose Island Provides Ample Space
A 13' long island with a kitchen sink, prep sink, dishwasher and microwave provides plenty of space to prep, cook and clean on one side, while a breakfast bar provides seating for five on the other side for eating and entertaining.
Timeless Traditional Basement Bar With Oak Cabinets, Marble Counters & Handsome Barstools
Built for impressive entertaining, this elegant and handsome basement bar boasts chic oak cabinets, marble countertops and electronic games. Glass-front cabinets, ideal for displaying drinkware, smartly designed curves highlighting focal points and leather upholstered barstools combine to create an attractive and functional space with a sense of timelessness.
An architectural tub is the centerpiece of this master bath/ Black and white photos in black frames contrast against a palette of whites and creams. The Italian terra cotta floor pavers pick up the warm tones of the cream walls. The chair has Asian-influenced details.
This open, modern living space includes a cozy, fireside family room with a sofa that looks soft and inviting despite its low, mod profile. Area rugs delineate separate spaces within the large, open room.
"These mahogany bookcases define the foyer, dining and living room area without compromising the open feel; they also provide a creative way to display sculptures and artwork. The use of pure square design is a theme you'll see throughout this room and the house — on these dividers, the windows, even the stair balusters," says Shelby Littlefield, interior designer, Siemasko + Verbridge, Beverly, Massachusetts.
Modern Kitchen With Curvilinear Island & Track Lighting
The kitchen in this Oregon vineyard estate home turns into a public tasting room on weekends. To allow for privacy when desired, and openness when needed, a drop-down screen was installed to use during "wine tasting" hours to partition off the kitchen. When the homeowners want a more open flow, the screen retracts into the ceiling, a great idea for any home with an open kitchen that is sometimes better left unseen.
This master bedroom has a private porch and morning kitchen so coffee can be enjoyed as the sun rises. Graphic curtains can be pushed aside to open the double French doors that lead to the covered porch.
This kitchen renovation in a traditional townhouse was incorporated into the original layout of the home. With a challenge of space, the goal was to include optimal storage solutions while providing a design that kept the traditional charm of the home with a slight nod to modern design concepts. Traditional glass-front cabinetry combined with a subway tile backsplash, sleek marble countertops and stainless steel appliances do just that.
Adults and kids alike can enjoy this backyard, which features a comfortable sitting area and a tire swing. Licensed contractor Matt Blashaw and his crew transformed the Federico residence on HGTV's original series Yard Crashers.