Bright White Entryway is Both Contemporary and Natural
Rustic meets contemporary in the glass and wood doors that lead into the living area. Gorgeous tall houseplants in modern white planters bring life to the entryway, while a hardwood inset adds warmth to the gray-and-white tiled floor.
Amazing architectural details and great bones call to be enhanced with rich industrial finds mixed with eclectic, modern touches. A pair of leather chairs is a cozy spot to enjoy conversation and drinks from the rustic bar.
Traditional Bar Area With Neutral Stone Countertops
This spacious bar area features dark brown wooden cabinets and shelving, allowing ample storage space for bar essentials. Wide plank hardwood floors were designed to match the cabinetry, while neutral stone countertops provide a light contrast. A curved staircase with a wrought iron railing is positioned overhead.
Modern City Apartment With Custom Spiral Staircase
This light and bright living room features a custom white spiral staircase at its center, complete with a metal railing and brown stairs. Several potted plants and trees throughout the space add a bit of natural decor, while plush gray armchairs with a matching ottoman provide a cozy place to relax.
A full bar features built-in wine storage and ample seating for family and friends. The lower level of this three-story beachfront home serves as a game and media room, bar, exercise room, full bathroom and laundry room. Broad windows let in loads of natural light and put the ocean views on display. Tans, browns, deep greens and blues combine with textures such as woven reeds, metallic, leather and driftwood to bring nature indoors. A feature wall behind the bar was inspired by the client's travels.
A custom wood and copper bar creates a showpiece in the great room of this sleek and urban apartment. A wall of windows bathes the space in natural light, while reflective surfaces further the impact of light in the space, giving it an open, airy feel. The great room has a view through the galley kitchen to the colorful breakfast nook beyond.
Unfortunately, the condition of the original stairs was such that the stairs themselves could not be repaired, but the original configuration was kept intact and the original curved handrail was able to be salvaged. The new iron railing was "built around" the original banister.
This home cleverly makes use of the awkward space under the stairs by turning it into a bar! Built in shelves of varying lengths neatly fill up the narrow top area; below them, a sink, cabinets, even a mini fridge are ready to get the next cocktail party started.
The beautifully crafted ﬂoating walnut wall tiles evoke blooming ﬂowers throughout the entryway and stairs. To add a statement-making touch, the panels are backlit. Plus, a concealed door leads to to the master bath. With the door shut the wall appears seamless, but when opened it provides access to the magniﬁcent lotus mosaic shower.
Foyer Features Marble, Wood Laid in Chevron Pattern
This foyer features a mix of marble and wood laid in a chevron pattern and contemporary French doors which offer a modern twist on this traditional-inspired countryside estate. The doorway leads to a casual dining space where guests will feel right at home.