Contrast is the name of the design game in this bedroom. A wood slat partition wall painted black doubles as an extended headboard. Just above the bed, a collection of wooden candlesticks sit inside a niche painted white. Concrete floors unify the bedroom and adjoining bathroom.
Metal letters spelling the word "home" welcome the family to their dining room with rich, chocolate brown leather dining chairs and wood table. An open section of the wall between the dining room and the kitchen creates a more open feel, connected by a breakfast bar. The walls are painted light grayish-blue, and a curled chandelier illuminates the dining table, set beautifully with flowers and candles.
Plate racks and candlestick-style sconces; white-on-white-on-wood. Keep your country kitchen simple as Historical Concepts Architecture & Planning did here, and you’ve got the perfect backdrop to highlight food and family.
Hickory wood cabinetry extends 10 feet to the ceiling in this transitional kitchen. A waterfall island centers the space while a small pantry area, carved between two columns of cabinetry, looks out onto the staircase.
Decorative Southwestern tile frames the mirrors above the furniture-style vanities in this gorgeous bathroom. Spiked red candlesticks pop next to the wood vanities, and a striped rug adds subtle color.
An ornate Louis XV bookcase sits behind an upholstered sofa in this traditional living room. Elegant details in the space, such as the gold hardware on the bookcase and the lucite candlesticks on the coffee table, make the room feel detailed and sophisticated.
To create a focal point in the home's spacious living room, she had the old, outdated brick replaced with Texas limestone, then, she and Chip installed a simple, wood mantle highlighted by a clock, silver candlesticks and red vases to add a splash of color.
As seen on HGTV's Rocky Mountain Reno, Trists' design has expertly combined the natural aspect of the cabin with the modern aspects that the couple desires. In the living room, the rustic design is brought to life with the wood wall, exposed wood beams, the original wood burning stove for extra warmth and decor such as the antlers on the wall and the wood candlestick holder. She brings the modern into the design with the window treatments and the rug. The natural blue color on the wall and the curtains adds a pop of color to the space.