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Welcoming Foyer With Smart Technology
Even in your lease, you can update your home with the latest devices. "Smart technology is all the rage. From thermostats, doorbell cameras, smart locks and light bulbs, nearly everything in your home can be connected to the internet and controlled by a smart device," offers Meghan Giddens, Invitation Homes resident design expert.
With large single hung vinyl windows with energy-efficient insulating glass, this library offers one of the best spots in the home for enjoying views of the outdoors. The library is just steps from the kitchen, as well as a porch outside.
Gray Transitional Kitchen with Huge Island, Vent Hood and Three Chandeliers
Updating your kitchen doesn’t always have to cost a fortune or involve weeks of construction. In some cases, it’s the small changes that make the biggest impact. Let this well-designed model home serve as an inspiration for a weekend cabinet redo. You can add decorative molding to your existing cabinets, by following this tutorial by HGTV designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
A large island and custom corner banquette offer casual dining options in this transitional kitchen. Gray tiled walls provide welcome contrast with white cabinetry, while the blue-gray island adds a welcome dose of color.
The formal living room uses vertical lines (the floor mirror, the high back armchairs) to draw the eye upward and make the ceiling feel higher. A delicate chandelier floats bubble-like above the space.
The design goal for the master bedroom: Create a dramatic, warm room where husband and wife can both relax. Gray is a sophisticated neutral choice for the space, accented by whites and unexpected pops of fuchsia.
Soft gray walls and coffered ceiling create a cohesive design for this multi-functional space. Neutral furniture in elegant lines create a timeless feel to the rooms, while contemporary light fixture lend a modern note.
Transitional Master Bathroom With Dark Stained Vanity & Walk-In Shower
Susan Brunstrum gave every detail of this master bathroom renovation her attention, starting with the shower, which contrasts so beautifully with the darker tones of the vanity and wall cabinets of the room. The large shower stall is tiled in cream and features a glass entrance door. The shower tile color matches the vanity countertop and the tile of the bathroom floor.