In the dining room, designers blended traditional elements with modern features to create a sophisticated, contemporary space. The neutral color palette in the space reflects the light that spills into the space, making it feel bright, while the traditional elements-the table and wall art-make the space warm and inviting. To tie the space together, the a mirror hanging on the wall match the dining chairs, creating unity in the space.
A vintage wooden bankers bench and a fun wood circular hooks gives a warm welcome in this entryway. For a whimsical touch, the wainscot was painted with a contrast painted liner and was carried through on the doors. A durable Chilewich mat added protection to the floors but also added cheerful color to the floor. As a final touch, artwork was framed above the bench to elevate the sophistication of the entry.
This dazzling, decorative doorway displays bold colors and pattern grabbing the attention against a white wall. Inner doors open to reveal a shaped doorframe, while a latch can be unhooked for a larger outer door option making this set up both useful and enjoyable. Upper panels match the warm design allowing this doorway to double as art.
Smooth woodgrain cabinetry and island base showcase a beautiful, warm tone against the white walls and gray tile flooring. A skylight allows natural light to flood the space, keeping it bright and refreshing. Diamond-like pendant lights hang over the white countertop of the island and white leather bar chairs with stainless steel base and built-in foot rests. A turquoise backsplash adds a bright pop of color to the room.
Wood cabinets create a warm framework for the soft neutral tile decoration in this kitchen. The natural range hood cover features a strip of tiny tile decor and blends beautifully into the textured tile backsplash below. Granite countertops with a darker neutral hue add depth to the color palette of the room.
“I always love bringing seasonal nature into any table, which influenced my choice in greenery, pears and antlers,” says blogger Cassie Bustamante. Log candlestick holders were made from a found fallen limb. Thrifted amber-hued glassware adds a warm glow.
To showcase the collector's items in the living room, designers chose a neutral color palette to make the bold colors of the statues and other antiques pop. The bold, rich colors of the trunks, statues and the fireplace mantle bring warmth to the space, all the while being spotlighted by the large windows that allow in tons of natural light. This lights reflects off the white sofas and neutral walls, making these special pieces the focal points of the room.
Designer Melissa Greenauer recently transformed a stark, minimalist residence in Manhattan into a warm and elegant retreat from city life for its new owner. The walk-in closet reflects the client’s traditional style with rich wood tones and classic detailing like fluted panels, antiqued glass overhead light fixtures and leather hardware. Carlisle Wide Plank Floors' custom hickory flooring is the foundation of Greenaur's design for this well-organized space.
Designers chose a neutral color palette throughout the house that will reflect the abundance of natural light, connecting all the spaces in the home and giving them an airy, expansive feel. Then, designers added personality in each room with the colors, patterns and textures chosen for that space. In the living room, warm accents such as the coffee table, with it's metal base and marble tabletop, exciting patterns and global textures make this space fresh and inviting.
The earthy feeling that permeates this home stems from Amy’s decision to stay very close to the built-in color palette of the space. Brick walls and wood floors offer not only color but texture in the space. Together with the large standing plants, they create a warm and serene environment.
The walls of this modern home are made from mostly glass panels, allowing plenty of natural light to flood into the space, making the home feel warm and open. To aid with this open feeling, designers added an open concept floor plan to the space, allowing each of the rooms to seamlessly flow into the next.
This simple modern design boasts quality over quantity. Smooth, dark wooden cabinetry supports a lifted marble countertop. A white vessel sink with a modern stainless steel faucet is positioned below a mirror with a frame echoing the cabinet color. Large tile on the walls has a warm, neutral look in the low light of the sconces.
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Stick to a classic - Follow the brick road because the warm colour of natural brick is especially inviting. The red hue of this gently undulating path tones with the white brickwork of the house and helps create a classic, period feel. Brick made from clay, as opposed to concrete blocks, will be more durable.
Gospel and R&B singer BeBe Winans has filled his home with charming relics that instantly create an at-home feel. Designer Danielle Colding wanted to keep that warmth and charm in BeBe's holiday design. As seen on HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes.
The welcoming facade of this modern home is a dichotomy -- it's both symmetrical (the shape of the structure) and asymmetrical (the beautifully unbalanced distribution of windows and design elements). A combination of warm wood, metal and glass create a nuanced feel; ornamental grasses and plants bring life and color to the area.
Contemporary, recessed-panel cabinetry in rich cherry wood brings warmth to this sleek urban kitchen. Gray tile floors tie in with a glass-tile backsplash that has a subtle sheen, adding a touch of glamour. A built-in breakfast bar takes advantage of the city view and allows this space to feel more open and inviting.
Reclaimed wood can warm up a space, and crates can add all-important storage, even to an area on display. Jen Woodhouse of The House of Wood used crates to fill this bookcase, making it decorative and functional. For another custom touch, she wrapped this bookcase in Crates & Pallet’s reclaimed pallet wood.