The bedroom is all about the mix. The mix of fresh patterns and colorful textiles create a cozy, comfortable and beautiful place to sit back and relax. A headboard was installed using left-over yardage from a project. The close-knit chevron pattern creates an unexpected headboard for the bed. The black and white pattern is a complement to the black and white knit pillow that Kelley likes to cozy up on. At the foot of the bed, Kelley Carter has incorporated a textile from her travels: fabric from the Philippines that adds a vibrant display to the bed. The patterned textile is filled with meaning, a reflection of Kelley’s own Filipino heritage.
To make this dining room ready for the holidays, designers added sprigs of evergreen to the chandelier and buffet, then added wintry accessories like snow-dusted pinecones and a small white Christmas tree.
Neutral carpeting grounds this comfortable home theater, helping along with upholstered panels to soften the volume of the theater. Black recliners are the perfect spot to relax and watch a movie on the pull-down screen.
In the nook between this home's kitchen and living room, the designers painted the walls and the ceiling dark gray to give more of a bright and open feeling when entering into the other spaces which are white.
This gray home office space sits just off of the home's living room area and features a simple wood desk with a black leather chair. Pops of red from hanging organizers and a throw give the space a bit of color, while a metal bookshelf helps keep office items easily within reach.
Master Bathroom with Soaking Tub and Custom Vanity Cabinet
A soaking tub with polished nickel filler sits just below the large window in this fresh, bright bath. A basket weave pattern is inlaid in the marble tile floor. The custom cabinet is painted in a delicate blue to set a relaxing, spa-like tone for the space. Colors used in this space are Sherwin Williams, #7015 "Repose Gray" on the walls and 6232 "Misty" on custom vanity.
Contemporary Living Room Flows Right Into Dining Area
Columns once separated the living room and dining area, making each space feel smaller and disconnected. By removing these, the designers were able to open the home's floor plan and create a sense of flow from one room to the next.
Slate gray walls set the scene for this eclectic living room. Black-and-white armchairs add pattern and texture to the neutral sofa and sleek white coffee table. Sliding glass doors bring in natural light, while a graphic-printed rug adds style underfoot.
Gray Contemporary Eat-In Kitchen From Sarah Sees Potential
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah transformed a dirty and cramped kitchen into a contemporary eat-in space fit for a chef. To achieve the look, she installed a gray subway tile backsplash, new modern cabinetry, vein cut floor tile and a sleek stainless steel gas stove and vent hood. A cozy breakfast nook is nestled in front of the bright bay windows for casual family dining.