Classic Architecture Meets Contemporary Style in Bedroom
Contemporary furnishings create contrast when set in a historic home. Designer Shelley Cahan combined a simple, white canopy bed, crisp white trim and olive-toned accents in the bedroom of this 20th century home for a look that is both modern and timeless.
France Doors to Lawn from Craftsman-Style White Kitchen With Black Island Countertop
Shaker-style cabinets fill these kitchen walls creating space for organized storage. French doors to a rear patio create a light-filled through line from the kitchen to the rear yard. A black island countertop breaks up the brightness and white color usage throughout the design.
Painted Windsor chairs and a contemporary take on a wagon wheel chandelier set off the warm wood trim in the dining room of this updated Craftsman home. A low, Mid Century-inspired sideboard complements the black-painted chairs. The design team used large-scale furniture and lighting to offset the home's high ceilings and bring the spaces down to a more comfortable level.
A low cabinet doubles as an island and separates this gorgeous Craftsman kitchen from the dining area. A white coffered ceiling and mixed flooring also help to delineate the two areas while still allowing them to have a unified feeling overall.
This large white kitchen pantry features Shaker style cabinet doors, black hardware and three pull-out drawers. A painted white diamond design details the medium grain wood floors, while an arched doorway leads the way to a hallway and closet area.
A cheerful boating community called River Dunes located on the intercoastal waterway near New Bern, N.C., used materials from AZEK on their exterior surfaces like trim, moldings, porch and railings. The materials don’t crack, warp or need to be painted but hold paint very well if desired, all of which is important near the water.
Bungalow Kitchen With White Cabinets and Subway Tile Backsplash
White cabinets and a subway tile backsplash brighten up the kitchen of this bungalow-style home. Cutouts in the doors and toe-kick celebrate period detail, while historic millwork profiles selected from the front of the house maintain the home’s Arts & Crafts heritage and are juxtaposed with stainless steel appliances that add a present-day sensibility.
Craftsman-Style Touches Adds Well-Established Look in New Kitchen
Craftsman-style trim and custom millwork lends a well-established look in the kitchen of a new-construction home. Designer Jamie House selected a soft mint color for the cabinetry to add depth to this bright, light space and chose over-scale pendant lights to balance the scale of the large island.