This contemporary gray family room keeps things simple, allowing the wooden ceiling to act as a focal point. An open layout permits easy traffic flow, and drama is introduced through three abstract paintings above the sofa.
This eat-in kitchen features neutral cabinets paired with gray marble countertops and a green kitchen island. Brown mosaic tiles create a backsplash, while wooden ceiling fans hang from a coffered ceiling. A breakfast nook allows room for casual dining.
Large windows allow natural light to illuminate this home office, showing off the wall-to-wall built in desk and natural wood floors. A sitting area features a teal velvet sofa and metal coffee table, while a wooden ceiling fan is positioned above.
This spectacular backyard boasts a state-of-the-art outdoor kitchen with stone counters and a long, neutral dining table that makes it ideal for entertaining. Greenery surrounds the perimeter of the space and ivy hangs from a contemporary metal pergola that supports wood ceiling fans and a paper lantern, which offers a soft glow above the dining table.
This nook, with its long, built-in bench and floor-to-ceiling wall cabinets, blends function and form for a interesting design. Resembling a small French or Italian flat, the room is pleasing to the eye but can be used as practical working or dining space.
The simple furnishings and color scheme of this bedroom seem a perfect complement for a good night's sleep! The heaping arrangement of gray and white pillows and the darker gray throw also add to its calm setting. This design is perfect for a master bedroom or for a guest bedroom, if you wish to provide a no frills approach.
This living room features several large windows for natural light and a great view, and it includes exposed wooden ceiling beams, two ceiling fans, a pair of traditional armchairs and an ornate coffee table.
The wood beams are left intact but the textured ceiling has been removed to reveal the original tongue-and-groove wood ceiling. The original hardwood floors have been restored, and new sconces, a classic model ceiling fan, vintage area rug and comfortable furnishings help create a warm and welcoming living space.
Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines transformed the long front room into a study for Jonathan Gulley. The walls were painted deep gray and a modern ceiling fan and wood laminate floors were installed.