The white cabinetry and light-colored countertops in this kitchen are used as a neutral base for lots of interesting textures and bright colors. A simple flower arrangement in a striped pitcher instantly boosts the entire look.
Designers switched out the kitchen's dark wood cabinets for fresh white ones and added not one, but two islands, one of which is walnut with a soapstone countertop. The lantern pendants are from Urban Electric.
White beadboard and shiplap walls give this staircase a classic country look while also brightening the space. Tall, narrow windows enhance the height of the pitched ceiling. Iron lantern sconces make the space feel cozy and cottage-like.
Having a hard time finding the holiday decor in this kitchen from designer Liz Godwin and Kingdom Woodworks Cabinetry? That's because not every room has to, or needs to shriek "It's Christmas people!" Creamy white pitchers that hold bright greenery may be all you need to get in the holiday spirit and refresh a room for the season.
This Beverly Hills home features Tudor Revival-style diamond-shaped window panes and a steeply pitched roof, though the selection of gray shingles and white board and batten siding offer an updated look.
A deep blue cabinet off the main dining room holds hand painted Mexican beverage pitchers and glasses. Orange and white patterned tile and a light blond wood paneling are a visual contrast to the deep blue cupboard.
Graphic black-and-white tile makes a bold dramatic statement in the shower. Simple subway tile is used throughout the rest of the space to balance, and the pitched ceiling adds height to the room. The clean-lined gray vanity is topped in simple white countertops.
This kitchen's cooking area features a vintage cream-colored enamel stove and range hood. White drawers with black countertops are situated on either side of the stove, while glass front cabinets provide visible storage for colorful pitchers and other kitchen items.
The geometric shapes layered into this sophisticated kitchen become a work of art in and of themselves. A metal floating shelf crosses over the white rectangular tiles, offset by striking pitchers, a glass bottle and a pretty, graphic hand towel.
Above the garage sits this charming, 600-square foot apartment. Because the roof pitch created low ceilings in the corners, designers used those areas for closets and the pantry. An unusual, patterned backsplash adds dimension to the kitchen's basic white cabinets.