At the end of a long private drive, this modern home sits atop a hill surrounded by 1.4 park-like acres. The lush grounds offer the seclusion of being in the woods with the modern conveniences of city living.
Sunlight shines through the trees at this Asheville, NC, historic home. Located on a lovely wooded lot, this beautifully restored Colonial style mansion offers a wraparound porch to enjoy the manicured landscaping.
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.
Plants, plants and more plants! This kitchen comes alive with greenery scattered throughout the space, becoming the room's primary art. A country-inspired kitchen table seats six people, and large windows surrounding the room bring even more of the outdoors in. Three chandeliers bring a touch of elegance to the space.
This San Francisco-area street slopes down to a modern wood and glass home that's ideally suited to its site. The wood facade incorporates elements of the rugged terrain, while a stepped design takes maximum advantage of the unique lot.
This modern home is custom-fitted to its sloping, wooded site. At the rear elevation, a garage with a slanted roof echoes the line of the nearby covered patio. Brick red trim makes the house pop among its green, leafy surroundings.
This kitchen packs a lot of punch, with plenty of workspace, open shelving, a breakfast nook, storage, uppers and even french doors! Custom color cabinets, reclaimed wood shelving, smoked glass uppers, matte black and brass finishes, and postmodern pops make this space completely unique. It's a fun space that's meant to be fresh, inviting, and playful without sacrificing any amenity!
When they need to drive somewhere, the owners can slip out the back door and follow a set of stairs to this private parking area. A low-level wood fence surrounds this outdoor space and offers a sense of security.
Nicola and Michael are looking for a space where they can entertain friends and relax with their family. Jillian designed a space that is light, flowing and functional. The windows all around the room allow plenty of light into the space, while the canned lighting in the ceiling helps to add light. The neutral wall color helps to reflect the light, while the grey sofa and its pillows adds color to the space and softens it. The natural beam that crosses the room, the chandelier in the dining room and other wood accents add a rustic flare to the room.
When the Kitchen Cousins tore down the wall that separated the kitchen from the dining room, it gave the Pasquella family an open area that feels twice the size. What was once a home office, is now a large dining room area that sits directly across from a new kitchen and center island. By taking down that wall, the family can cook and entertain without feeling separated. By removing the wall, the kitchen now has twice as much light. The new dining room table was custom made by John Colaneri and Anthony Carrino from old wood and steel.
Sinuous curves define the master bathroom of this luxury Miami Beach estate. The dramatic, open shower features a waterfall spout flanked by twin rainfall shower heads. Facing vanities are furniture style, with a pale wood finish and thick marble tops. Arched windows are divided by curving engaged columns that flow in an uninterrupted line to the barrel-vaulted ceiling. The floor showcases a dramatic mosaic design.
The combination of texture and pattern in this space creates a unique Midcentury Modern vibe. From the velour sofa, dressed down with a black and white Aztec throw and a gray and white abstract patterned pillow, to the gray ombré table lamp to the visible grain in the wood end table, this living space has no shortage of texture and personality.