Just around the corner from the cabinet in a corridor that separates the great room from the master suite sits this metal bench with fuzzy faux fur top. Oversized art with a custom walnut frame decorates the wall above.
This home's kitchen renovations include the tearing down of two walls, a custom kitchen island, metal cabinets, stainless appliances and a glass beam table with reclaimed black walnut benches, as seen on HGTV's House Crashers.
The woodwork in this striking foyer was inspired by a historical plantation in Virginia. Walls are striped with pastel green, while the hardwood floors are painted in a decorative diamond pattern. The antique walnut bench and framed artwork are more traditional pieces in the design.
A rustic, lantern-style hanging lamp crowns this contemporary, white foyer. Together with the numerous windows, it works to bathe the space in beautiful light. A storage bench and a walnut armoire provide ample storage space for shoes and coats.
Define with strong lines - Bold lines give this dining area a strong personality and sense of grandeur. It is generous, the wood benches and chunky wood table create a cozy dining space for evening gatherings.
The walnut cabinetry adds warmth to the soft limestone flooring in this contemporary kitchen, while natural light is maximized by the clerestory windows above. The highlight of the space is a custom island, designed to accommodate bench seating for the breakfast table.
Look closely -- this is a bathroom! The centrally-located shower separates the sink area from the commode; a bench sits against the side of the shower's tile enclosure. A unique feature is the walnut floors in the bath, carried in from the rest of the home. High windows provide light without sacrificing privacy, and white paint on the ceilings make them feel even loftier.