This space was designed for the 44th Annual Bucks County Designer House + Gardens and features a porch entryway with hand painted black and white harlequin floors, traditional black farmhouse door, and white paneled exterior walls.
In this stylish and contemporary space made over on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother, gray and silver living and dining room looks sleek and elegant in this open layout space. Plush orange chairs surround the simple wooden dining table for a pop of unexpected color.
This outdoor kitchen features the eye-catching architectural detail of columns. Ceiling fans keep things cool on hot days, while a built-in grill unit has a sink and storage space for convenient meal prep. A dining area features a dining table and cushioned chairs.
Traditional Black-And-White Eat-In Kitchen And Dining Space
This open and airy, traditional kitchen and dining space features an all-white color palette and plenty of space for guests to enjoy time together. From the large kitchen island with high-back chairs to the nearby traditional dining room with space for eight.
Denim blue accents and a beautiful farm scene depicted in the art above the bed give this bedroom a country feel without coming off as old fashioned. The small sitting area is surprisingly modern, with a sleek sofa and table.
Master Bedroom Features Queen Bed, Dresser and Chair
The master bedroom space was reduced in size during a renovation to make room for a master bathroom and a third bedroom for this midcentury modern home. Even with the smaller footprint, the room still offers ample space to comfortably fit a queen-sized bed, dresser, nightstands and chair.
All it takes to create an outdoor getaway is a comfortable chair or two. Here, designer Erin Benedict chose a pair of Adirondack chairs softened by large cushy pillows. And, note the pulled-back curtain to one side: If you have a place to hang a curtain rod or wire, an outdoor curtain adds softness and privacy. “Elegant black and gold striped drapes perfectly frame the Adirondack chairs, adding a contemporary element while complementing the timeless architectural details of the early 1920s structure,” Benedict says.
This serene bathroom offers the best of indoor and outdoor life with its open air floor plan, including access to a private courtyard area. The mahogany wood-trimmed windows and doors add a rich accent, while the blown glass globe pendant lights over the freestanding tub provide a modern touch.
One of the home's delightful outdoor spaces is this sunken patio. The patio itself is stone, carefully constructed to blend harmoniously into the setting. Over the dining area, vines climb up and around a steel arbor to make a lush canopy.
French Doors, Broad Archways Elongate Transitional Great Room
In this white great room, three oversized French doors don't just achieve stunning symmetry; they also emphasize the room's natural light. Complemented by the cream-colored furniture, the room's broad archways both elongate this serene setting and establish defined spaces.
Pops of yellow in the form of books and abstract art bring warmth and color to this dining and living space. A glass coffee table doesn't compete with the wood buffet and dining table, virtually disappearing underneath stacks of books.