This white contemporary living room has an open design. Its high ceiling features exposed wood beams. Decor includes a contemporary chandelier, stylish lamps and end tables, and a white quartz coffee table separated into two squares.
Nodding to the Italians’ great use of color, the dining room is enveloped in raspberry grass cloth wallpaper. A large, lamp-shade chandelier hangs over a long wood dining table adorned with a dainty runner and floral centerpiece. Upholstered armchairs are fixed at the ends of the table with wood chairs lining the sides.
Next to the kitchen, friends and family can gather around this dark wood dining table where there's seating for nine. Floral patterned armchairs rest on either end of the table, and a trio of neutral chairs and two upholstered benches complete the set.
Next to the armchair in the nursery, a stump has been repurposed as an end table to add character to the adventure themed space. Atop the table is a set of wooden figurines-perfect for safely allowing a little one's creativity to blossom!
This modern kitchen features lots of smooth wood cabinets, high-end stainless steel appliances, a small glass-top metal table for eating and food preparation, and a white tile backsplash behind the work areas.
This breakfast area was intended to be a casual, comfortable space for the family. The table is reclaimed wood. Yellow end chairs are sunny, cheerful and a fun pairing with the triangle-shaped light fixture.
In the dining room, a custom-designed dining table features pulls on either end. When the table is expanded, live edge extensions are placed on top. Becky Shea, the designer of the room and the table, likes that this approach "avoids too much machinery and lets the wood do its thing."
Knotty alder wood cabinets pair with striking granite countertops and a tile backsplash to create a stunning luxury kitchen with Mediterranean flair. A dining area with a dark wood table and matching chairs is situated at the end of the kitchen for convenient dining.
Pale blue walls and warm wood floors make this entryway feel particularly calm and coastal. A blue end table topped with a shell complements the seaside aesthetic, as well as provides storage for keys and mail.