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Pink Curtains in Little Girl's Room
In this elegant little girl's room, natural light streams in through large windows, making the space feel bright and open, while pink curtains help to control the light in the space and add some privacy to the space
It's only fitting that a Hollywood home have a theater for screening films. Velvet curtains, ornate sconces and sixteen seats give the space a hint of glamour that feels true to the Art Deco time period.
This master bathroom features a white double vanity with hidden pull out step, champagne gold fixtures and hardware, black hexagon tiled floor, and round vanity mirrors suspended in front of a white subway tiled backsplash.
Loads of light pour into this family room and wet bar area thanks to hidden skylights that let the light shine in. Built-in bookshelves and cozy seating make this an ideal spot for reading and/or enjoying a cocktail.
This rustic kitchen features dark wooden cabinets, wood paneled walls, a black vintage stove, a classic ice box, and a custom pie cabinet to infuse a collected and vintage aesthetic while providing modern comforts.
Black and White Modern Kitchen With Stainless Steel Appliances
This bright kitchen pairs together white and black Shaker style cabinets for a minimalistic look. The exposed beam ceiling is lined in white wood planks and includes a skylight, which provides a source of natural light. Stainless steel appliances and gray and white Quartzite countertops finish off the look of the space.
This Big Sky, Mont., house is separated into the main living area and the guest wing. The guest area is designed so that it can be shut off from the rest of the house when unoccupied and set back to a lower temperature when not in use. Additionally, the two wings of the house bend in order to capture the best views of the river and create a protected entry courtyard.
This sculpture by Tomohiro Inaba makes an ethereal statement in a light-filled corner, appearing as it just emerged from a thick, misty forest. The modern home is filled with whimsical touches achieved by layering textures against a neutral palette of white, black and metallics.