The exposed wood beams white oak and coordinate visually with the new hardwood floors and furnishings in natural wood finish. The windows get new shutters, while the fireplace gets a new marble surround and hearth. The oversized coffee table with hand-turned legs is the handiwork of furniture designer and wood craftsman Clint Harp.
Blue and green accents are a colorful extension of the living area's natural palette. The colors are used in other rooms as well and pair so prettily with the shiplap paneling and white oak beams. High ceilings help the space feel huge.
Designed to be a feast for the senses, the Gallery at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 features a tufted velvet bench, hand-painted wallpaper on the ceiling, a table made from reclaimed white oak beams and a light fixture anchored to the ceiling by gold casts of designer Lizette Marie Bruckstein's own arms.
White oak cabinetry, exposed wood beams and white stone countertops contribute to the layered textures and neutral tones of this elegant rustic kitchen. Dark brown leather barstools let guests keep the chef company when meals are underway.
The beautiful oak cabinets and rich leather barstools warm up this kitchen, while a white tile backsplash and countertops keep it feeling crisp and fresh. Stainless steel appliances make sure the resident chef is happy.
As seen on Home Town, Ben and Erin Napier have fully renovated the Luker residence in downtown Laurel, MS. The renovated kitchen is now open to the living due to the removal of the existing wall. Also, the old cabinets and appliances have been updated. The new layout, high ceilings, and exposed oak beams create a beautiful open floor plan for the Lukers.
With the rustic ceiling beams, French oak floors and crackling fireplace, this all-white palette in this oceanside bedroom is anything but cold. Soft hues and varied textures are at play in the fabrics and furnishings. An oversize rug provides softness underfoot, and a subtle chandelier adds femininity. Meanwhile, a balcony opens the space to the beautiful, sweeping outdoor view.
This light green and white bedroom overlooks the majestic live oaks on Esplanade Avenue in New Orleans, with features like exposed beams, a four-post bed that centers the room, and a sturdy, wooden daybed beneath the arched window.
A glass wall with a pocket door fully retracts, opening this transitional living space to the outdoors and the breathtaking view. A marble fireplace, beamed ceiling and wide-plank French oak floors warm the space and connect to the Mediterranean-inspired architecture, while contemporary furnishings give the room a chic, up-to-the-minute vibe.
Large windows allow natural light to illuminate this transitional living room with a tan sofa and loveseat, and matching ottoman. Blue and orange patterned pillows decorate the furniture. while a chandelier with mini lampshades hags above. Oak floors and a white exposed beam vaulted ceiling add finishing touches.
You can whip up just about anything in this no-expense-spared kitchen. Chef-grade appliances blend beautifully with elegantly rustic architectural details such as the solid hand-hewn and distressed ceiling beams and solid white oak hand-distressed floors.
Local materials are prominent throughout the home, appearing as rustic white oak floors, live-edge walnut accents, reclaimed wood beams and barn siding along the island. These details not only infuse each space with warmth, but also create cohesion between the home's interior and exterior.