From the hallway, the door opens into the master suite to reveal a warm, inviting oasis for the homeowners. From the rich, wood flooring to the warm, neutral bedding, up to the vaulted, white shiplap ceiling and the trio of windows that allow natural light to fill every corner of the room, this space feels like a cozy oasis for the homeowners.
Anchored in white, this living room is the perfect clean, contemporary space for these homeowners and their family. The living room is instantly warmed by the natural light let in by the trio of large windows to the right of the space, and exposed beams add further warmth and contrast, along with a bit of dimension to the elegant, contemporary space.
Designers wanted to create a serene family room, so they started with a neutral color on the walls to reflect the natural light that streams in through the windows. Then, they added a warm blue to the space for a splash of color. Finally, wood details were brought in to give the space texture and finish the design.
Renovations of the Carroll family's kitchen include removal of walls to open the space up, unstained walnut wood, quartz countertops, sea foam green and tangerine paint, huge dovetail joints, and a walk-around pantry. Chip's overall goal was to create an industrial-style kitchen that is still homey and intimate.
This kitchen sports a combination of different countertops -- teak, marble and granite. Warm cherry cabinets bridge the tones of each while bright red pendants add a pop of color, as seen on HGTV's Bang for Your Buck.
This cozy living and dining space has a warm, welcoming feel. The white wicker chairs and long wood dining table give a cottage farmhouse feel while the living area offers a more sophisticated contemporary sitting area with warm elements. The varied styles are blended seamlessly with a uniform color palette.
If the brightest white is not desirable or appropriate to your particular project, tone it down a few notches. This modern, warm brown billiards and bar area creates a cozy space for family and friends.
Built-in bookshelves provide much-needed storage for this family of readers. A sisal area rug adds warmth underfoot and defines the seating area, which pairs a leather sofa and chair with a pale wood coffee table.
Simplicity is key to creating a serene retreat from the day. Calming gray bedding pairs with a warm wood headboard in this transitional bedroom, while an open nightstand with a stone top adds a rustic note to the space.
Redwood walls and ceiling are used to create a warm environment in this California ranch home. Cool whites and grays make a striking contrast against the redwood. A comfortable bed is flanked by wood nightstands and contemporary sconces, while a pair of armchairs and a chaise lounge provide resting spots throughout the space.