Dark wood cabinetry, ceiling beams and accents are balanced by white paint and wall tiles and a lightly colored granite countertop in the master bathroom of a Spanish colonial-style villa in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
A warm wood tray ceiling complements the wood trim and wall of built-in bookshelves. A plush, neutral sectional and pair of brown wicker armchairs round off the seating area. Indoor and outdoor spaces blend together seamlessly.
Here's a spectacular stairwell! Wood takes center stage here; the same type and tone are used as support beams, exposed ceiling beams, stairs, door trim and floors. No additional art is needed to make this space special -- it already is!
In this eclectic living room, a red upholstered armchair with carved-wood trim sits beside a modern ghost table. The mix of styles, materials and textures is emphasizes by the zebra-print pillow, woven rug and bamboo blinds.
The neutral color palette-throughout the home and in this guest space-makes great use of the home's natural light, reflecting it off every surface, keeping the home's spaces light and bright. To warm the space, wood trim and wood floors run throughout the spaces, adding an inviting sense to the home.
The light, unstained wood front door fits perfectly with the fresh, bright look of this home's entryway. The light green walls surround the space with a positive energy. A white column, white trim and window seat fill the space with clean lines and sharp design.
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.