Natural wood tones on the door, floors and countertop ground this transitional bathroom and connect it to the wood trim featured throughout the 4,600-square-foot Washington retreat. Gray paint offers a cool counterpoint that updates the space and gives it a calm, crisp feel. A vessel sink and modern faucet complete the room's transitional style.
It was important to this family that they have a space in their home to host their quilting lessons, so the kitchen was designed with that in mind. The over sized kitchen island made the perfect space for that, but they needed a durable material for the countertops. Enter Bubinga wood. Bubinga wood is an African hardwood that is not only beautiful, but is also extremely durable. This kitchen countertop is cut from a slab of Bubinga wood that is three inches thick, making it plenty durable to sustain the wear and tear of beginning quilters.
White subway tile surrounds this clean bathroom design by Todd Davis. The simple white vanity pairs with a long wood countertop and a large white vessel sink to continue the beautiful, minimalist look.
The custom bar uses every square foot to maximize entertaining and work space. Gray walls, a wood countertop and white cabinetry blend beautifully, and pendant lights keep the space bright. In the toy room beyond, built-in storage keeps the space organized.
Textured walls, wood floors and a spacious island with a gleaming wood countertop lend Old World appeal to this luxurious kitchen. Two iron pendant lights and a dramatic range hood serve as focal points, while creamy white cabinetry brightens up the opulent space.
A beautifully detailed wood structure includes ceiling beams, tall columns and an open stair design in this great room. A long wood-topped bar takes a slight curve in front of the floating glass shelves perfect for bottle storage. A row of wooden barstools with neutral leather seats lines the bar.