A rich walnut kitchen island provides an antique Midcentury vibe, paired with white countertops and light, bleached wood cabinets. Colorful antique stools sit atop gray and white geometric floor tiles that extend throughout the kitchen and nearby dining space.
This kitchen's muted aubergine background offsets the warmth of the walnut cabinetry and offers a striking contrast to the lava stone floor and white accents. Sleek stainless steel appliances and accents lend a clean, mod feel to the space.
A dramatic chandelier hanging above a solid walnut dining table creates a specific balance and eye-catching elegance to the open-floor plan of the living space. Sizable sliding glass doors let in natural light to mingle with light from the custom fixture’s more than 25 individual lamps. The solid walnut dining table featured is by Jeff Newell of Newell Design Studio, while Custom Dessin Fournir chairs upholstered in kid-friendly Joseph Noble fabric completes the dining ensemble.
The original oak coffered ceiling was restored to complement the bespoke American Walnut kitchen cabinets in this traditional kitchen design. The refrigerator is blended in to match the cabinets creating a cohesive look around the room. Green granite countertop and gray glazed tile flooring add cool tones to the color scheme to keep the room feeling light.
Local materials are prominent throughout the home, appearing as rustic white oak floors, live-edge walnut accents, reclaimed wood beams and barn siding along the island. These details not only infuse each space with warmth, but also create cohesion between the home's interior and exterior.
Artwork by Miggie Wong and Renae Barnard adds interest to the vanity area in the master bathroom. Neutral ceramic tile covers the floor and half the wall creating a backsplash over the countertop. Walnut cabinetry adds beautiful warmth to the calming tones of the design.
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.
The original plain white metal staircase is completely redesigned by encasing them in the same walnut used for the feature wall. Floor-to-ceiling copper poles are used an unexpected handrail, and an indoor swing hangs at the base of the stairwell for a playful touch.
This transitional home office features walnut furniture, which contrasts beautifully with the royal-blue walls. A traditional table lamp, cylindrical floor lamp and wavy globe light fixture combine for interesting and decorative lighting. A black office chair rolls up to the desk for an easily accessible workspace.
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.
As seen on HGTV's Love It Or List It Too, Designer Jillian Harris completely transformed what was a dark kitchen into an open concept kitchen and dining room. Jillian removed the entire wall between the old kitchen and dining room, creating space for an island with a live edge 100 year old fir countertop. Jillian painted the dining room Siberian Snowflake and installed American Walnut Authentic engineered wood flooring.
Multiple building materials and styles come together to create this contemporary kitchen. A medium-toned walnut wood makes up the cabinets and kitchen island, while lighter-colored hardwood is used on the floors, creating a varied, natural feel. Marble and concrete also play into the island, which was custom-built in an angular shape.
As seen on Rock the Block, HGTV star Jasmine Roth built a huge island covered with Dolomite marble and Northern California Dark Walnut with seating for eight, and floor to ceiling custom glass cabinets, to transform the kitchen of her house and “rock” it to the highest increase in market value to win season one of Rock The Block.
A custom walnut floating vanity by Terri Robison Design helps maximize space in this transitional bathroom while allowing more of the Akdo marble tile floor to be seen. With zero hardware on the front of the double vanity, the gorgeous grain of the wood stands on its own in the white space.
An oversized chandelier crowns this traditional foyer with flair to keep the formal room feeling more casual. The beautiful wood floors of this home are stained with a custom blend of walnut and dark oak stain to let the grain of the white oak shine through. The wood carries up a winding staircase, creating a cohesive space.
The friendly and inviting feel of this southern colonial home is seamlessly carried into the kitchen. The rich umber of the ceiling beams, walnut island top, and quarter sawn oak floors combine with details like the bronze lanterns and bridge faucet to create a classic cooking and gathering space that is at once familiar and unique.
Gilded accents lift up a modern living room and counterbalance the weight of the dark wood walls and floors. The paneled space features a walnut wood credenza with hand-blown glass crystal disks and a steel frame and hardware. Geometric gold sconces, globe-shaped table lamps and a watercolor framed in a repurposed antique gilded frame complete the vignette.
This master bathroom features a walnut double vanity built in the simple, functional lines hailed by the Arts and Crafts Movement, Subway tiled walls in a buttery yellow and floor tiles in a green-beige accentuate the Craftsman look. Period sconces on either side of the vanity mirrors tie the bathoom to the past.