This master bath remodel was sparked by a flood in the client’s home. Working with the same floor plan, the designer renovated the bath with new tiles, cabinetry, countertops and fixtures. The shower area features a corner seat and recessed niches for soap and shampoo, and the vanity is adorned with white cabinets with crystal knobs.
Traditional wood barstools pair with a sleek, long island to create a eat-in kitchen where the whole family can gather for meals, snacks or even to do homework. Creamy white cabinets topped in neutral countertops add to the cottage feel of the home, while a trio of pendant lights bring in a contemporary touch.
The neutral-hued kitchen of this Boston penthouse allows the view out its windows to play a major role in the decor. Simple ash brown pendant lights hang above the counter and sink areas, while the oak cabinetry features a gray wash finish that blend well with the selected flooring. White walls and countertops complete the contemporary design.
White cabinetry and a sky-high coffered ceiling make this traditional open plan kitchen fresh and airy and provide a striking counterpoint to the black countertops and wood floors. A large kitchen island with bar seating makes for a centralized work and gathering space. Wooden barstools and a wooden ladder add a country element to the traditional design.
Black barstools, countertops and a range hood create contrast against the white cabinets and light gray walls in this contemporary kitchen. A solid piece of Douglas fir is raised above the countertop on the kitchen island, providing a spot for casual dining. The wood paneled ceiling, which coordinates with the island and flooring, brings warmth to the dynamic space.
The large center island is clad in butcher-block countertops, creating extra prep space as well as a bar for eating. Teal cabinets are topped with Carrara marble, a classic look that's ideally suited to this baker's kitchen. The upper cabinets, extending to the ceiling for a dramatic presentation, are painted in bright white and topped with crown molding.
An array of gray hues add warmth to this white transitional kitchen while keeping the space neutral. Honed granite countertops feel softer and more subdued than the traditional polished variety. The windows end halfway up the wall, but the Roman shades are mounted near the ceiling to create the illusion of soaring windows and a higher ceiling.
The hardwood floor in this bright and airy kitchen resembles tree bark and adds beautiful contrast to the space. White Shaker cabinets pair with gray granite countertops for a classic look that everyone loves. Bold orange pendant lights above the kitchen bar add a punch of color, and recessed lighting and angled windows fill the space with ample light.
Two separate spaces were combined into this spacious two-person bathroom that incorporates only what is truly needed - a clutter-free, sophisticated and purposeful space. Dark wood vanities, marble countertops and a floor rug add weight to the white space. The dressing table mirror was suspended with chains over the window, creating privacy while still allowing natural light to filter in.
To open up this formerly small kitchen, a wall was removed and replaced with a spacious island that integrates a glass-top range and much-needed cabinetry. Contrasting against the black quartz countertops is a backsplash made from white subway tiles, which extend up to the ceiling. Open shelving with wrought iron brackets provide convenient and attractive display for dishware and accessories.
Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines combined a formerly separated and cramped kitchen and dining room into a living space with lots of breathing room by cutting a wide archway. Rustic details like the shiplap wood trim on the range hood and dining room wall and open shelving are balanced by the white subway tile backsplash and quartzite countertops.
The pale blue wall color brings the feel of the blue sky and bay water indoors in this spacious bathroom. Natural light, recessed lighting and light fixtures keep the space well lit. Countertops stretch down each side of the room creating plenty of useful vanity space. A deep white bathtub with a scenic outdoor view is the ultimate in relaxation.
A light, bright kitchen makes the most of the basement space in this transitional home. The room features neutral walls, clean lines and white cabinetry. Wide windows take advantage of the views and bring in natural light. Quartz countertops, modern barstools and a glass tile backsplash give the room contemporary flair, and cabinetry extends to the ceiling to maximize storage.
A custom-finished island contrasts with white cabinetry to make a dramatic statement at the heart of this transitional kitchen. A wire globe chandelier by Restoration Hardware and island pendants by Currey & Co. bring an old-world touch to the space that blends nicely with the industrial feel of the wood and metal bar stools. Quartz countertops add a sleek and stylish touch.
Designers wanted to create a bright, open look in this kitchen, so they brought in white cabinets grounded by gray countertops. For a pop of color, they decided to paint the island a light gray color. Then, they added a Neolith marble countertop to the island which, along with black matte fixtures and an apron front sink, combines the farmhouse feel with the industrial touch.
The open plan kitchen is welcoming and the perfect heart of the home. Neutral stone tile grounds the space, while bright white cabinets and Caluctta marble countertops create a fresh, inviting atmosphere. Glass globe pendants light up the large kitchen island, which has barstools for extra seating. The breakfast nook features banquette seating, rustic table and chairs and lots of natural light from the windows.
To maintain the 1929 home's historic charm, designers made sure to honor the character of the home while modernizing the kitchen. To do this, they chose clean finishes for the kitchen with the classic, white subway tile, white cabinets, Cristallo quartzite countertops and clear, schoolhouse shades. These details keep the space feeling bright and airy. To maximize the function of the space and give the homeowners the open concept design they desired, designers opened up the wall between the kitchen and dining room to create visual continuity throughout the spaces.
“I wanted storage above the hood since you can never have too much,” says homeowner Lynielle Long, who included just two sets of glass doors for glassware and china storage. A wall of marble tile set in a herringbone pattern is easily wiped down and adds subtle dimension. The countertops utilize two tones of quartz: “Blizzard White” on the counters and “London Fog” on the island.