The same dark stone treatment that covers most of the walls in this master bathroom also forms the vanity countertop. The earthy print gives the space an authentic connection to nature. Metallic fixtures and accents counterbalance the natural look with style and pizzazz.
A soft blue wall color keeps this kitchen space looking light and open. A cutout section houses a stainless steel range hood framed by built-in white cabinets and a gray and white tile backsplash. The large white bar in the foreground has a cutout fit perfectly for storing the barstools with brass bases and wood seats.
Black distressed cabinets, a few lightened with custom leaded glass panels, provide a gorgeous backdrop for this traditional kitchen. An island with a warm wood countertop is paired with upholstered barstools, providing a cozy dining spot for three.
Iron piping acts as a decorative accent in this simple and beautiful rustic bathroom. A wood countertop features an imperfection in the wood for a great, natural look. The unique shape of the sink opening flows well with the wavy edge of the countertop.
Traditional shaded sconces provide light in this neutral bathroom. Built-in storage under the sink and in the dark wood wall cabinet help keep the space tidy and frame the large mirror. The marble countertop creates a nice contrast against the smooth, dark wood.
With a large limestone island with hidden USB ports and charging stations, this kitchen truly is the hub of the home for a large family. Beckwith Interiors opened the space up to make it feel larger and brighter and introduced reclaimed wood shelving and trim, a glass backsplash behind the stove and white shaker cabinetry to blend the modern and rustic styles the homeowners love.
A beautiful arch shape frames the white tile wall above this double vanity. Dark wooden cabinetry is a beautiful contrast to the white and gray marble flooring, white countertops and white walls. Three glass-globed light fixtures are mounted between the matching mirrors to fully light the arched area.
Giani stone paint is a sealant that completely and totally overhauls the look of any countertop. It can be used on anything from laminate to butchers block to primed and painted wood, and because it is a finish itself, it should only have to be redone if the surface is ever chipped or damaged.
Designer Rodney Tassistro created this high-end cottage style kitchen featuring solid wood countertops, custom cabinetry and open shelving. Traditional leaded glass cabinet fronts contrast with a very modern polished wooden countertop and backsplash. The diamond pattern inset into the glass cabinet doors adds interest but still keeps the light and airy look of the open shelving on the opposite wall. The space above the cabinetry is a great spot for the homeowners to display favorite pottery and accessories.
A skylight shines over the kitchen island complete with neutral granite countertop and built in wine refrigerator. An open archway connects the kitchen to the next room for a spacious and open design. Built in wood cabinets blend the two rooms together.
A long, curved bar with a natural wood countertop creates tons of dining space while fitting with the flow of this great room. A large sofa sets a perimeter for the adjacent living area, which features a stone accent wall surrounding the fireplace and wall-mounted TV. A pair of wrought-iron chandeliers with candle lighting adds a decorative touch to the room.
Upper and lower built in wood cabinets bring a warmth to the perimeter design of this kitchen. The long island with neutral granite countertop serves as a dining table surrounded by wood dining chairs with white leather seat cushions. A tile backsplash gives a subtle quilt-like look between the cabinetry.
Light wood cabinetry and neutral pastel tiles soften the industrial look of the stainless steel countertop and appliances. A clerestory window lets in natural light to keep the space bright. The thin floor space is maximized by building the fixtures alone both sides leaving a clear isle and uncluttered counters.
Rich wood cabinets and matching mirror frames bring a warm element to the cool, neutral color palette in this transitional bathroom design. White countertop over his and hers sinks continues to an additional vanity spot with floating counter and marble stool.
The kitchen island is outfitted in deep green granite with satin nickel plumbing fixtures. The gray tile backsplash compliments the tones in the countertop and the traditional style of the room's design. Built in walnut cabinetry frames the stove and range adding a warm toned element.