A walnut dresser flanked by wooden chairs with snake skin cushions is the home to a Chinese jar and two gilted altar sticks in this traditional living room. The blue and beige palette of the artwork is continued throughout the space in pillows and other accessories.
Where crisp white cabinetry and a cool marble backsplash make the kitchen feel light and airy, a custom walnut range hood adds natural color and warmth to the space. Raw leather drawer and cabinet pulls offer natural texture as well.
A wall of walnut cabinetry breaks up the all-white color scheme in this kitchen, adding a warm, natural touch to the modern space. Opposite the walnut cabinetry is a wall of sliding glass doors, which provides the chef a gorgeous view.
The vision for this home office was a contemporary, functional space with room for the children to sit and read. The walnut cabinets provide a richness to the space and are the prominent architectural feature. The light countertops add a crisp airiness to accentuate the walnut without deterring from the color and patterns on the floor and accessories.
This contemporary dining room features a neutral palette of gray and gold. The live edge walnut table adds a natural element to the space, yet its stainless steel legs maintain a contemporary feel. The gray and tan print of the chairs provides a welcome graphic pop.
In this appealing bathroom, part of the master suite, designers opted for a clear-coated walnut vanity to bring warmth and sophistication to the space. They paired the wood with white marble called “White Haze" for the walls, countertops and floor as well as glittering accents of polished nickel.
In order to separate this home's sitting room and dining room, the designer chose walnut paneling for this open doorway that visually jumps off the surrounding white molding. The honey color of the wood also brings a beautiful richness to both spaces.
The dining room is an integral part of the kitchen and living space. Two pieces of hand selected Claro Walnut Slabs showcase the live edge dining table. Surrounding the table are Swain Chairs, upholstered in a mix of Pollack fabrics on one side and the ends. The Marlowe Banquette adds to the informal feeling of the space as an area to gather.
The homeowners were not interested in a white kitchen, but instead wanted something with a little bit of color, so designers brought in custom walnut cabinetry to bring the space to life. Those cabinets were topped with Luche de Luna quartzite counters and a waterfall island in the same stone. Finally, the design was finished with royal blue velvet stools with gold legs that bring out the warmth in the quartzite and complement the Brutalist chandelier.
Jennifer Gilmer Kitchen & Bath removed a wall to turn the U-shaped kitchen into a far more functional L-shaped room. The transformation created space for a large island and continuous traffic flow. A required structural column was incorporated into the corner of the island, wrapped in Peruvian walnut to forge a unique architectural detail.
White walls and walnut furniture offer a neutral base for the design of this art-infused dining room. The unusually shaped chandelier and table base are works of art in their own right without detracting from the homeowners' beloved artwork on display.