Dark, traditional cabinetry is paired with white countertops and a neutral-tile backsplash in this kitchen seen on HGTV Design Star. White contemporary chairs and a wooden table create a simple dining space.
In this New York City townhouse both the architecture and the furnishings have been executed in a minimal and modernist manner, but the client requested a house that also references the Moroccan aesthetic of which he is especially fond. The interior’s palette of browns, blues and warm golds complements the architecture, with just enough accessories and incidentals to reference the Moroccan sensibility of the architectural details.
The colors in this space are intended to be warm and welcoming. The exposed beams throughout both rooms offer a natural, down to earth feel, while in the bathroom, the doors are made of rich cherry wood, making the space warmer, and the bold yellow and blue hues continue to brighten the space and make it inviting.
Lamps are a necessary item, but an area where Atlanta designer Devon Garner believes you can save money. Her client liked a pair of unique-shaped lamps that cost $800 each and would need to be special ordered, but Garner found these new at a home discount store for less than $60 each.
Rich blue and coral hues enliven this rooftop lounge, making the space feel warm and inviting for guests. A modern fire pit keeps the spot cozy at night and complements the chic, contemporary furnishings.
The kitchen is the heart of any home, and for these Kansas homeowners, this space is no exception. The warm tones of the backsplash and the cabinets in the space make the kitchen inviting, while the large window over the kitchen sink allows plenty of natural light into the space to make it brighter. Modern bar stools under a large island give the family a place to gather and prepare their food and make their memories.
Pale wood nightstands and a trio of wooden mirrors add a rustic element to this gorgeous bedroom. A transitional platform bed is topped with luxe bedding that coordinates with the artwork. Two-toned curtains add dimension to the teal accent wall.
After removing walls and closing in the deck, licensed contractor Chip Wade creates a gourmet kitchen in the Francis home of Atlanta, Ga. The kitchen features an oversized island that holds appliances, a wood banquette and kitchen table giving the space a circular flow. The space is decorated with white cabinets and light countertops, but accented with warm accent colors, as seen on HGTV and DIY Network's Elbow Room.
Deep teal walls and an eclectic collection of art and textiles gives this Hawaii living room a richness of finish that complements the Technicolor landscape outside. Wide doorways open to the spacious lanai and backyard pool. Warm browns on the floor and ceiling bring a feeling of coziness to the airy room.
At the base of the stairs, designers added a bench that adds seating and hidden storage to the space. The navy cushions complement the soothing blue tones of the walls and add a bit of warm color to this space.
This intermediate floor is accented with wood-paneled walls, wide crown molding and patterned runners in neutral colors making the space inviting. The long mirror helps to lengthen the hallway while the lamps and bursts of yellow and orange warm the area.