This home's owners are obsessed with color and wanted bright color on every inch of the home's exterior. Various shades of blue connect the house, sited on the ridge of a hill, to the the sky that serve as its backdrop. The complementary orange creates a dynamic contrast. Because the house sits in a special zoning area, the design team could not increase the square footage of the existing house. Instead, they built a separate structure and connected it to the old house with a structurally independent deck.
A combination of textures was used to give a sense of serenity to this modern master bedroom. A custom night chest was accented with leather pulls and gives balance to the height of the one-of-a-kind button-tufted upholstered headboard.
This contemporary blue kitchen extends into the entryway with a mudroom bench and special pet feeding station. A nearby built-in banquette offers seating at the large white dining table with modern dining chairs.
This colorful kitchen features bold blue cabinets and light gray counter-to-ceiling subway tile. In the center of the space, a large wooden kitchen island with a marble countertop offers guests bright mint metal chairs.
A beautiful modern Kitchen with custom lights, custom cabinets, custom countertop, custom teal backsplash in the Scotch Rose house, built by Bristol and designed by Aubrey, as seen on HGTV's Flip or Flop Vegas.
This cute modern home features a symmetric shape and soft blue siding. A natural hardwood deck is left open to expand the feel of the home and the yard. A large window from the kitchen takes a unique shape extending over the door and providing a connection to the light and modern style inside. Red chairs add a small touch of color to decorate the exterior.
Bold art and accessories bring life to this living room, designed for maximum flow. Easily entertain guests in a sophisticated, comfortable space featuring contemporary armchairs combining wood and gray upholstery, a brown leather ottoman, gray sectional sofa and a mosaic accent wall in neutral tones.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah completely transformed this once dark and dated living room with neutral paint and furniture and bright pops of blue decorative accents. The brown window frame was painted white and flanked by cheery white and turquoise drapes that match the chic fabric coffee table. A nautical-themed striped blue rug ties in the room's blue decor and adds warmth to the eucalyptus flooring.
This spunky, modern kid's room on New York's Upper West Side features built-in bunk beds with reading lamps, a streamlined paint treatment and a hanging bubble chair any kid would love. Gray lacquered floating shelves serve as nightstands for each bunk, while built-in drawers provide storage. A mod polka-dot rug pulls together the fun and colorful palette.