The ultimate girl's room, this bedroom features floral wallpaper in gray, pink and green that sets the tone for the color scheme. Black is a lovely contrast that adds drama to the space and makes the room feel more sophisticated for a teen girl.
Although the client had envisioned a pink, girly nursery, the final result is a glamorous gray space with pink accents that really stand out. A crystal chandelier and nailhead trim around the top of the wall help add a sense of refinement to the room.
A "Dolce" capiz shell chandelier by Corbett Lighting hangs above a trestle-style dining table in this transitional, oceanside dining room. A long, upholstered bench and mix of chairs provide diverse and ample seating. Soft gray walls allow blues and green in the art and accessories to pop.
The simple canopy bed features a tufted gray headboard and is flanked by elegant white nightstands and traditional sconces. The locally-made master bedroom furniture is made from all-natural and eco-friendly materials, including sustainably-farmed hardwood, no glues and low-VOC paint.
Crisp white and soft gray provide a bright, soothing backdrop for this transitional sitting room, while blue accents bring depth and color to the space. A classic fireplace serves as the focal point of the room, inviting guests in with its warmth.
A marble waterfall edge kitchen island centers this transitional kitchen with animal print bar chairs. Above, two round pendant lights with brass accents, and beside, soft gray cabinets with a dark counter-to-ceiling tile backsplash.
The home office includes built-in bookcases with both open and closed storage. While files remain behind closed doors, color-coordinated books, vintage-style trophies and cultivated artwork are on display.
This living room adds just the right dose of femininity without overdoing it. Chic black and white striped armchairs pair with a plush gray loveseat for a cozy conversation spot by the fireplace. A large blue dresser with a distressed finish is a stylish addition and also keeps the space clutter-free. Above, a milk glass chandelier completes the feminine design.
This elegant, transitional kitchen in warm gray and wooden tones features a long, two-tiered kitchen island designed for five guests with plenty of counter space. A large pendant chandelier hangs above the island and modern tile flooring with the majority of the kitchen appliances covered in gray wooden panels.
The sitting area in the master bedroom suite as seen at the home of Peter and Anne Chung which was renovated by Team Jonathan on season 1 of HGTV's Brother vs. Brother. This sitting area is a soothing space that combines maroon and blue to create a home oasis.
The symmetrical balance in this living room is undeniable but other elements may not be quite so obvious. Such as the pale gray walls that balance the dark brown chesterfield sofas and lighten the space. Similarly, sleek, feminine elements like the x-bench balance the leather sofas' masculine lines.
Symmetry and storage were important ideas for this kitchen. The client wanted to have both her grandkids in the kitchen or serve appetizers to adult guests while she was preparing foods. A peninsula was added to provide seating and to make for a functional cooking area.
Upper and lower Shaker style cabinets provide lots of storage space in this transitional kitchen. Gray stone countertops, a gray and white glass tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances complete the stylish design.
Gray wallpaper with a fun floral print in pink and green sets the tone for this chic, feminine bedroom. Black, white and gray furnishings add lovely contrast and keep the space from appearing too busy.