This Gothic style mansion in Bronxville, NY, welcomes guests into a grand foyer wrought with traditional appeal. The space is welcoming with yellow-toned wallpaper, plenty of space for a piano and an ornate staircase with a built-in bench for seating.
The floating concrete staircase is one of Luke’s favorite features in the house — shout-out to Clint for helping make it structurally sound. It’s spruced up for the holidays with cypress garland and black-and-white bows, while wrapped presents ready to be doled out to extended family do double duty as decor.
Mexican-inspired tiles are used on the tread of the staircase, contrasting against the warm woods and add rich color to the space. Terracotta floor tiles add style underneath, while wrought iron railing curves up the stairs, completing the Spanish-inspired look.
With yards of garland and fairy lights, the foyer of this Atlanta home becomes a visual treat at Christmastime. Cream-colored ornaments and ribbons complete the display and echo the neutral tones in the stone flooring.
A modular system that includes both open and closed storage solutions can bring order to a messy play space or child’s bedroom. Low, wide drawers are handy for medium-to-large toys, while a bench with cubbies underneath is perfect for storing stuffed animals or extra pillows.
The playroom for these girls has it all! In one corner, there is a cozy place to read. In the center of the room is floor space for play and a group table for puzzles and games. Finally, there is a space where each girl has her own desk and bulletin board.
As seen on HGTV's Home Town, hosts Ben and Erin Napier renovated the living room and foyer of the Rahaim residence. They removed an exterior door and added two large openings in walls to give the house an open feeling when entering the front door.
One black wall in this sea of white turns a modern stairway into a focal point and spotlights colorful contemporary paintings. The narrow stairwell incorporates a unique coffered ceiling with integrated lighting as well as an open, slatted stair design that doesn't hide the art.
This Brooklyn sculpture studio is a bright and inviting space for artists to have sight lines to each other, easy access to physically help each other, and easy communication due to an open floor plan.
Looking from the great room towards the front door of the home, this view highlights the staircase that leads up to the second floor of the home. This view also shows the pair of modern cowhide stools that add extra seating in the lounge area of the great room.