Enjoy the waterfront view from almost anywhere in this living and dining space. The water can be seen from the dining, kitchen and living room. This bight white walls and sliding glass doors gives this space a bight and open feel that makes the transition from the indoor to outdoor seamless.
Situated just outside the kitchen, the chic dining area boasts a modern white table and lucite chairs with an eye-catching design. Metal sculptures add striking visual interest to the dynamic space, and a vintage-inspired globe serves as an unexpected centerpiece.
Decked out with salvaged materials and sleek accessories, this converted barn is a stylish abode. A black ceiling makes a bold statement without being gloomy thanks to crisp white walls and a spacious open floor plan. A dark gray kitchen island anchors the first floor, with an interior balcony overhead.
A remarkably generous, well-appointed bathroom that you pass through from the kitchen to the master bedroom make this much more than an afterthought. With walk-in shower and washer and dryer and a clean fresh white-and-soft-gray color scheme,, nothing feels downsized in this glam bath.
The star of the kitchen has to be the black-and-gold stove, full of quaint farmhouse personality and yet ready to handle the most complicated concoctions. The backsplash's star pattern in black and white is the perfect partner.
A blue tile adds color and decoration to this bright kitchen space. Woodgrain cabinets, white countertop, a stainless steel stove and copper pots combine for a polished collection of finishes. Red stove and oven knobs add a fun pop of color.
As seen on season one of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson installed bold, chevron-patterned floor-to-ceiling drapes to highlight the kitchen's tall ceilings and create a stunning modern contrast against the room's traditional blue and white floral wallpaper.
Opening on to the living room, the colors of both rooms blend beautifully as they rely on black, white and gray to support the decorating scheme. A wall mural of a vintage surfing scene can be seen from the kitchen.
This breezy open plan living room allows quick access to the kitchen and dining areas. Tall exposed beam vaulted ceilings give the room a grand look, while white and neutral upholstered furniture keep the space light and bright. A natural fiber woven area rug and red leather ottoman add lively finishing touches.
This open concept kitchen's modern design flows throughout the space. The contrasting black and white floors, cabinets and table make the space more modern, while the personal touches, such as the chandeliers and the artwork, soften the space up a bit.
A bright white sofa and chairs and an open floor plan create a sophisticated, contemporary great room.Open door ways lead to the kitchen and out to the patio for an open and airy feel. Exposed wood beams add a charming rustic touch to the crisp and clean space.
Just off the kitchen and dining area, the new sitting room has modern slate floors and simple, gray linen window treatments. The home's original wainscoting was removed, modernizing the space, and the walls were painted a warm beige. To add contrast to the room, Joanna brought in bright yellow pillows and shiny, metallic lamps and tables, while a white picket gate with the work "family" attached to it hangs above the cozy, white sofa, softening the space.
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Just off the kitchen, four white slipper chairs and a round dining table offer an intimate space for sharing a meal and conversation. Behind this quaint setting, a built-in China cabinet with frosted glass keeps prized plates and other possessions safe and out of the way.
This tiny house is big on style! We enter into the kitchen and are immediately struck by the simple yet bold palette of cobalt blue, crisp white, and gray. Its contemporary vibe is grounded by the use of classic rustic elements. The brass details (current design trend), chunky shelves, cantilevered tables and the tufted sofa help to create an undeniably elevated look in this tiny home. I especially admire the restraint practiced by matching the white sink to the white counter to the white walls. It seems simple but it creates visual space, which is always valuable in a tiny home.
The top floor with the public areas (living room, kitchen and dining room) is sheathed in white metal siding. The private areas of the house (bedrooms) are sheathed in blue metal siding. The roof shape is reminiscent of sails on a sailing ship, spiky clouds or even icebergs to some.
Painting the cabinets, walls and ceiling shades of white creates a fresh and neutral backdrop for pops of color in this open floor plan. Complementary to the large artwork, fabrics for the pillows, throws, dining chairs and ottoman's upholstery add color. The kitchen pendants and accessories tie the spaces together.
A removed wall between the dining room and kitchen results in an open floor plan home. To update the home further, the dining room was repainted a relaxing blue with white trim and the floors were refinished. A metal chandelier above the dining room table adds a touch of elegance..
Casa Blanca is an easy five-minute drive to the popular white sandy beaches of Spring Bay and Savannah Bay and is conveniently located just minutes away from a marina and the main areas of shopping and businesses. The first floor features an open-plan great room with a spacious living area and modern kitchen.