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Contemporary White Playroom With Reading Nook
The contemporary playroom is designed for tons of fun. A ladder and climbing wall lead up to the play loft, and open shelves above the mod reading nook organizes the books. The reading tunnel has a color changing LED strip lighting that lets the kids set the mood.
A light-filled sun porch provides year-round access to the beautiful waterfront views at this charming Cape Cod-style home. The house, on Massachusetts' Chapoquoit Island, features water views from every room. In this space, paneled walls continue onto the ceiling, adding to the beachy-casual yet elegant vibe.
This two-story loft in Boston's South End features new walnut stair treads that lead up to the master suite. A folding door with frosted privacy glass opens the bedroom to the foyer, while a desk attached to a black metal railing creates a functional work area with a fantastic view of the play space below.
Midcentury Modern Kitchen Bar With Large Marble Crack Design, Cream Padded Barstools and Built In Shelves
Large tan marble cracks add personality against the solid, smooth surfaces in this midcentury modern kitchen. Stainless steel barstools with cream seats create a stylish eat-in space at the bar. Built in woodgrain shelving continues into the kitchen cabinets. The woodgrain refrigerator doors match the cabinets allowing it to blend into the design.
The chic buffet features a textured facade and curvy chrome legs. Beachy accessories, like a soothing artwork and shells decorating a sleek white table lamp, reflect the oceanfront penthouse surroundings.
An ascent on the modern staircase leads to the second floor landing with a direct view of the eye-catching laundry room accent wall. “I think that wall is really the key, we were looking at that space knowing most of the time in the laundry room that door is left open and you’re looking at something that is not necessarily lovely. In this case there is a great piece of local art hanging on the wall when the door is open and you see the beautiful stainless tile, so the first impression of that space is much nicer and more contemporary,” says house planner Jack Thomasson.