Vaulted ceilings give an open, airy feel to this neutral transitional kitchen. A peacock blue kitchen island serves as the statement piece. Silver barstools with leather seats contrast with the light colored walls and cabinets.
This look is sleek and streamlined with teak furniture and simple patterns. After getting inspired by a vintage sofa, Emily Henderson custom built a tufted sofa that features high arms and a wood surround, but still has a low profile to keep the living room and dining room open concept. The walls are painted a warm, inviting gray.
Bohemian Sitting Room Featuring Multicolor Rugs, Backless Bench and Natural Light in Modern Loft
Multicolor striped rugs bring a fun bohemian influence to this loft sitting space. Natural light from the windows keep the space bright and calm. Low furniture makes the room look spacious and open. A neutral backless bench and large houseplants fill the space.
If Snow White had her own bathroom today, it would probably look like this. Modern features are contrast against captivating woodland elements to create a masterpiece bathroom. No one can argue that soaking in this stunning tub would be a dream come true.
The black and white tile backsplash in a traditional harlequin design provides an instant pop of contrast along one wall of this otherwise neutral kitchen for an eye-catching effect. By using these direct color opposites, the silver tones of the stainless appliances and brushed nickel cabinetry hardware blend with the rest of the kitchen, with the black tying in the color of the granite countertop. Design by AB Design Elements.
Contemporary Back Porch With Cushioned Chairs & Fire Pit
You can choose to rock or sit stationary on this contemporary back porch. Black and gray striped cushions are accented with red floral throw pillows, adding bright pops of color to the natural setting. A circular fire pit is decorated with black tile that reflects the flames.
Wallpaper with a slim, coral-like stripe elevates the neutral look of this living room. For a hint of color, designers added in yellow and red accents, fun yet subtle enough to maintain the room's sense of serenity.