With its sleek, curved ceiling, dark hardwood floors and built-in wet bar, this lounge-like game room is designed for entertaining. Rows of doors open the room to the sweeping water view and bring in loads of natural light. A TV above the fireplace pairs with comfortable seating, allowing the space to function as a media room as well.
When a closet has this much built-in storage space, it makes sense to have a chair in there, too, so you can sit down and take it all in. A wall of built-ins provides storage for all your clothing and accessory needs.
This stylish taupe living room features traditional white wainscoting and a blue tufted sofa paired with modern touches, like the yellow and white patterned area rug. A cement coffee table adds a contemporary element, while a metal gray upholstered chair brings a bit of an office feel to the space.
A rich Espresso finish creates a sophisticated style for this expansive walk-in closet. Hanging rods create zones for each type of clothing, and open shelves keep shirts, linens, and collections looking neat. Drawers, hutches, slanted shoe racks, and corner storage make the most of every square inch.
Designer Kathleen Navarra granted the homeowners' wishes of a light, airy kitchen with crisp white cabinetry and a cerused oak island topped with marble while weaving in her trademark use of color. Navarra turned to rich chocolate tones for the grasscloth wallcovering, hardwood floor and La Cornue oven and hood and painted the ceiling with a sky blue lacquer to add depth to the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 kitchen.
Two pillows and a textured throw in warm brown tones decorate the dark wood church pew in this entryway. Overlooking the living room, a collection of candles line the half wall to add ambient lighting to the warm space.
This imaginative nursery is thoroughly cute without being a bit cutesy. A neutral palette of soft browns, black, gold and white keeps the bold prints in check while allowing their fun personality to shine.
Dark hardwood floors ground the entry and hallway. To create visual interest, the hardwood is laid in a herringbone pattern that changes to straight lines down the hall. Textured gray carpeting lines the staircase, while a chic light fixture adds a contemporary note.
This newly remodeled kitchen by Kitchen Cousins Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri features a new bakery corner, complete with open pantry walls, an island with a large butcher-block prep area and chic teal cabinets. A blackboard is installed for the homeowner, who is an avid baker, to showcase today's treats.
A brown master bedroom continues the color onto the ceiling, making the room feel cozy, as if enveloped by the warm hue. Gorgeous sconces flanking the bathroom door and an ornate chandelier give this room a romantic ambiance.
Raising the bottom height of one wall cabinet by six inches allows homeowners to fill the coffee pot each morning without moving it. Glass doors on the Mission-style cabinets make it easy for cooks to quickly find dishes, while roll out trays in the pantry allow for quick access.