The wall behind this bathroom's glorious soaking tub is textured white tile. Paired with rustic details like the wood ladder (a fun way to hang towels) and woven side table, the look is multi-dimensional.
Can't beat a dutch door for charm factor (bonus: more ventilation!). Other lovely details in the laundry room include the patterned mosaic tile floor and folding table with a turned leg, reminiscent of early 20th century Colonial homes.
Bathroom With Stone Accent Wall & Contemporary Wood Vanity
A contemporary wood vanity is juxtaposed against a stone accent wall in this cottage bathroom. A contemporary faucet and fixtures streamline the sink area, and a medicine cabinet and wire baskets add extra storage space to the room.
This beautiful white kitchen is bright and spacious. Some of the details include three chrome-hanging lights above the island, which is covered in white and gray marble. A large farmhouse sink and high-end appliances make this an inviting space, perfect for entertaining.
Contemporary Bathroom With Blue Penny Tile Floor and Soaking Tub
This blue and white bathroom features a contemporary soaking tub with a wall-mounted faucet. Blue penny tile adds texture while coordinating with the tub and painted walls and ceiling. White beadboard adds a vintage touch and keeps the blue from overwhelming the space, while a large window and capiz shell light make for a bright and inviting space.
A complete renovation turned this formerly drab bungalow in the heart of Jamestown, a small island off the coast of Newport, Rhode Island, into a charming and functional cottage. The design team added a gabled dormer and covering above the front door, as well as a master suite at the rear. The home's style complements the owner's love of gardening, as well as its East Coast locale.
This cozy attic bedroom was insulated with spray foam then covered with sheetrock to create an open-air master suite complete with a bedroom, bathroom and seating area. The original wood floors give the room a warm feel, and are balanced nicely by clean white and coral bedding.
In the master bedroom of a California mid-century modern home, designers Diego Monchamp and Ryan Brown of Brown Design Group took a bold approach to the asymmetrical architecture, emphasizing it with the contrasting colors of the walls and ceiling. “We used a spectrum of grays and blues, including a steel-blue wallcovering, throughout the room to make it feel sophisticated and neutral,” says Monchamp. “Wood elements always complement these muted tones.”