Quartz countertops balance the dark green cabinets and hardwood floors, helping the the space to look as light and airy as possible. Meanwhile, those custom doors conceal a sleek, Sub Zero refrigerator.
French Doors Fill Kitchen With Natural Light, Fresh Air
To the left of the desk, French doors create an effortless transition to the backyard. On sunny days, the owners can prop these open and allow even more light and fresh air into the kitchen. Plants, too, bring the outdoors in.
Niche Under Stairwell Provides Perfect Space for Built-In Bookshelves, Reading Nook
All you need for your own personal home library or reading nook is a good bookshelf and a spot for a comfortable armchair. This reading spot makes use of a spot beneath a staircase that would otherwise be wasted. The back of the built-in bookcase is lined with removable wallpaper to give a pop of contrast to the moody green walls painted in Sherwin-Williams Country Squire. The nook includes an arc lamp to provide task lighting for reading and a small side table to hold a beverage, a soothing candle or the current book club book.
This galley kitchen in Decatur, Ga., was designed to be a functional yet stylish space that allows for effortless cooking and entertaining. Thus, the room features a deep sink and stainless appliances, gorgeous green cabinets and a wood dining table that seats six.
Home Office and Reading Area Tucked Into Nooks in Deep Green Foyer
Small nooks in this foyer were transformed from dead space into a home office and reading corner. A small writing desk is sized appropriately for the corner tucked by the stairwell. Neutral colors were selected for the furnishings to work better with the walls painted in Sherwin-Williams Country Squire and the dark wood beadboard trim. The space is made more lively with colorful accessories, which are easy to swap as color and pattern styles change.
Stainless Oven, Range Hood Increase Kitchen's Functionality
Those cabinets are just as functional as they are stylish, offering storage and keeping the counters clutter-free. Between them sits a sleek oven and range hood, which add to the kitchen's functionality.
Writing Desk, Armchair Tuck Neatly Into Stairwell Nooks in Foyer
You don't need a huge space to have a home office and reading nook. This desk and armchair are set up in small nooks created with the addition of a stairwell during a home renovation. A small writing desk offers enough room for a laptop and other desktop necessities, and the addition of a simple dining chair rather than a heavy duty office chair keeps the look streamlined.
With a round table and six chairs, this dining room gives everyone plenty of elbow room while they enjoy their meal. Overhead, a glass-blown chandelier brightens the space and becomes a point of interest.
When they need a place to jot down grocery lists, make budgets or send emails, the owners can enjoy this dedicated workspace in the corner of the kitchen. A modern sconce illuminates the desk, while the wood chair complements the kitchen's earthy color palette.