Exotic walnut flooring was used throughout the whole space, and into the dining and living areas on either side of the kitchen to create a harmonious flow. The contrasting white countertops and upper cabinetry keep the kitchen feeling open and inviting.
Large windows provide warm light and a woodland view to this breakfast area. S H Frank & Company leather chairs complement walnut flooring, while the round candle chandelier mirrors the circular breakfast table creating an inviting space for morning coffee and overlooking the aspens and spruces outside.
Designed by the talented midcentury architects Buff & Hensman, this home boasts stunning architecture. The hip, modern living room features a neutral color palette to emphasize the natural marble on the fireplace and the warm walnut floors.
Sleek and warm, this midcentury modern eat-in kitchen exemplifies how form and function can meet beautifully. Walnut floors and cabinets enhance the room's uncluttered look and play off the light coming in from the floor-to-ceiling windows. The kitchen island is a perfect spot for a quick breakfast, while the dining table seats six for family dinner or entertaining.
This open concept room has a beautiful flow between kitchen, living room and dining room. Bright white walls (including painted brick) and ceilings keep the space feeling bright, while walnut floors provide a grounding warmth. In the living space, a zebra-print chair and neutral Flokati rug jazz up the clean and simple lines of the room. The fireplace serves as a focal point for the space.
Bright touches of orange -- working together with golden walls and ceiling -- create a warm and balanced small bathroom. The walnut vanity is substantial and striking and features eight drawers for ample storage space, plus a white basin sink. Slate floors add subtle tones of cool, forest green to the room.
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.
Created by bonding layers of hardwood (“plies”) together in a cross-grain construction, engineered hardwood floors are more stable and can withstand higher levels of humidity than solid hardwood floors. In this kitchen, engineered hardwoods are paired with white cabinets and countertops and a live-edge walnut bar-top.
Hand made and glazed artisan tile flooring expands into the conservatory connecting it to the kitchen seamlessly through the arched doorway. Natural light creates an inviting and sunny look over the light, neutral colors. Walnut elements add a warmth to the room and accentuate the traditional design.