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.
This home office strikes the perfect balance between good design and functionality. The clean crisp lines of the furnishings against the walnut wood keep it sleek and sophisticated, while the earth-toned leather chair adds warmth.
This gorgeous kitchen design offers an exciting play of contrasts of rich walnut wood, stone, copper and glass. Exquisite cabinetry detailing and luxurious finishes create a classic ambiance consistent with the rest of the home.
This master bedroom suite features a decorative wood headboard and matching side table. A neutral wall and neutral carpet create a light backdrop for the heavier look of the walnut wood furniture. A custom built-in bar provides easy access to snacks and beverages.
The white cabinetry and countertops richly contrast with the wooden accents seen around the oven and kitchen island. The stunning walnut wood draws the eye to the stovetop and blue glass panel backsplash.
This kitchen was renovated with custom white cabinetry and designed to include more storage, larger prep surfaces and energy efficient appliances. Walnut wood panels wrap the wall and ceiling, showing off a skylight and four pendant lights positioned over the kitchen island. A bright orange backsplash adds a pop of color.
A brass and glass Lindsey Adelman chandelier is the crowning achievement in this stunning dining room that also includes a striped fabric wall covering, green mohair chairs and a gorgeous custom dining table by FLO Design Studio. The walnut wood slat ceiling was engineered to hide every nail used.
This transitional kitchen gets it right - Look at the soft functional tones of this space. The lighting is warm and effective over head. The classic but natural walnut cabinets have been showing up more and more in kitchens, it’s still hard to deny the power of a natural wood kitchen.
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.
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.
Beyond offering a place to mix drinks, a wet bar can play an important design role in a home with an open layout, linking the kitchen workspace with the entertaining areas of the house. Here, designer Amy Darooge used rustic materials to create a coherent style throughout. She chose distressed wood cabinetry, a copper sink and faucet, and “the material on the counter is walnut with a live ledge,” she says.
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.
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.