A pop of turquoise on a sliding door hides this mudroom and pantry combined space. The giant pegboard is an ideal flexible storage solution since the pegs can be arranged to hold whatever may be needed. One thick floating wood bench allows for a dumping zone while shoes and flip-flops tuck in below.
Mudroom with Pantry Space with White Cabinetry and Black Pegboard
White, modern slab face cabinets hide a decent amount of pantry space and utility closet and feature great leather handles. A giant pegboard allows flexibility for whatever storage needs may arise. Pegs can be rearranged to hold towels, hats, life vests, etc.
Dark Accents Add Contrast to White Contemporary Living Room
A round wood coffee table adds welcome contrast as well as a place to prop up feet in this white contemporary living room. The large neutral area rug with dark edging ties into the black-and-white pillows on the white sofa.
Colorful Artwork Dresses Up Neutral Contemporary Dining Room
A pair of bubble chandeliers and colorful artwork give this neutral contemporary dining room personality. Large windows fill the room with natural light, while a large, multicolored rug defines the dining area.
A special wood panel was designed for the wall behind the bed in this sophisticated master bedroom. Walnut slats weave together and are backlit by glowing LED lights. More LED lights are integrated into the headboard to serve as reading lights.
Chic White Bathroom with Red Chair and Sleek Cabinets
Keep it simple. By using a modest color palette with just a pop of color from the red chair, this bathroom demonstrates simple elegance in a small area. If possible, avoid buying window treatments to create an illusion of more space. “A minimalist look eases the budget,” says Stephanie Andrews of Atlanta-based Balance Design.
Modern art and lighting bring touches of fun to an already entertaining space. This contemporary home features earth tones throughout punctuated by bold hits of blue, including the draperies in this game room. Foosball, ping-pong and more turn the room into a great hangout for the whole family.
Knowing few people take the time to formally hang their clothes during a trip to the beach, designer Kristina Crestin opted to add a minimalistic, open closet space in the master bedroom of this beach house. Shelves and bins make for easy spots to toss bathing suits and t-shirts. The brass stool on the floor is more than meets the eye. It's concealing a PVC pipe that couldn't be removed and had to remain accessible for plumbing purposes.
Master Bedroom Features Tailored Upholstered Bed and Oversized Nightstands
With the idea that visitors to the beach want to spend more time enjoying the sun and sand than holed up in the bedroom, the master bedroom at this beach house was limited in square footage. What it lacks in size it makes up for in style with a well-tailored, upholstered, queen-sized bed, oversized nightstands that provide extra storage and a watercolor painting on the wall.
Living Room With Sofa and Stools Near Blue Gray Fireplace
This living room features a large gray sofa, a wood glass-top coffee table, two padded stools and a pair of blue chairs near a large blue-gray fireplace. The room also features abundant architectural molding as well as a large red painting behind the couch.
Black and White Bathroom With Tub, Shower Area and Vanity
This bathroom features a tub with black base and large white surround, a black vanity with white countertop and black frame mirror. The room also features black and white tile flooring and a separate shower enclosure.