One end of this light-filled white kitchen, which shares a wall of panel-glass windows with the adjacent dining room, has been transformed into a cozy sitting area furnished with a lovely antique loveseat.
Some design choices can make large-scale items, such as light fixtures, pop even more. It can be as easy as adding a coat of paint over a weekend. In the kitchen and living room of this lake home, Metro Atlanta designer Beth Johnson painted the wood paneling, which had been a pickled oak color, a more appealing white. Then matched the frame of the artwork for a seamless look.
A concrete sidewalk leads from the driveway to the covered porch entry of this home. Frosted glass stripes create an attractive modern door against the white horizontal siding. The dark roof creates contrast against the bright home.
A large black console table graces this transitional entryway with a tall glass buffet lamp and an oversized sculptural mirror. White wall paneling opens up and lightens the space, while chevron ottomans give the entryway a fresh, trendy feel.
The ceiling in this bedroom is comprised of interlocking dark wood panels, with lighter wood cutouts and shapes. A metal chandelier hangs from the ceiling above a white daybed and large white ottoman. Heavy drapery borders a glass door and windows, showcasing a stunning mountain view.
Patio doors and clerestory windows bring an abundance of light into this spacious living room. The glass-paneled enclosure along the landing allows the light to travel through the upstairs hallway, and white walls throughout the space reflect the light, resulting in an airy look.
As seen on America's Most Desperate Kitchens, the original, exposed brick adds color and texture to this kitchen space, while a neutral color palette fills the rest of the space. White lower cabinets with a black quartz countertop provide storage in the space, while glass paneled upper cabinets and a farmhouse sink help the space maintain its vintage feel complemented by the mint green refrigerator and Kitchen Aid mixer.
Gray and white mosaic tile seamlessly climbs up the shower wall from the floor creating a cohesive, streamlined look. Glass shower walls keep the bathroom feeling bright and open. Flat panel wood cabinets and shelves warm up the space to give it a spa feel.
White walls and an elevated hardwood floor panel give this bathroom a clean and airy atmosphere. Frosted glass over the windows keeps the look light while making the space private. Glass walls surround the shower with built in storage cubby decorated with blue and gray tile. A white tub fits the Asian look for a stylish soaking option.
This room may be a bit small, but it is big on personality. The blue paneled walls married with the tongue-and-groove ceiling add a ton of architectural interest while the patterned rug, mirrored-glass light fixture and white and blue sofa add high style.
Terracotta Design Build used a pair of glass tables for this lovely white living room. On a budget, you can get the same clean look with acrylic tables, says Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson, designer with Terracotta Design Build in Atlanta. She suggests stores such as CB2.
A modern white sofa and chairs surround a coffee table that sit atop clear glass floors offering a psychedelic view of the LED-lit wine cellar. White paneled walls and spare furnishings let the art and more unique aspects of the space take center stage.