Muted gray cabinets pair with black quartz countertops, while contrasting white quartz countertops top the 13-foot-long island. Quartz countertops offer the advantage of resistance to staining and are essentially maintenance free. A well-lit kitchen relies on sophisticated and layered lighting from multiple sources. In this case that includes recessed spots for dramatic accent, industrial-style pendants for concentrated task lighting and a trio of rustic sconces over the sink.
Designed by Don Sharp with Sharp Design Studio, the Tuscan-inspired home was the 2014 Tampa Bay Showcase Home. It also won a national Aurora award for best single family design in the $500,001-$750,000 category and Parade of Home awards.
Warm wood tones, muted gray-greens and charcoal exemplify the casual, comfortable vibe of this pub-inspired dining room. The custom bar includes four pro-quality taps, white subway tile backsplash and a custom shelf with under-lighting that illuminate bottles or decorative items. A chalkboard accent wall is the perfect spot for homeowners to add a personal touch, while stamped-tin ceiling tiles bring historic character to the space.
Rustic Chic Living Room With Natural Wood Paneling and Exposed Fireplace
By removing a wall, what was once a small room feels much larger, offering a comfortable flow between the living room and the dining room. In the process of removing the wall, Chip Gaines found the original fireplace and decided to keep it as a unique design element. Original shiplap paneling was revealed and kept as wainscoting around the house, and natural wood cornices were installed around the windows. A large, Art Deco style light fixture illuminates the room, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
Travel Themed Nursery Features Modern Meets Rustic Style
Modern meets rustic in this beautifully designed nursery by Vanessa Antonelli. With a subtle travel theme, the space is a peaceful place to rock baby to sleep. Mixing modern furnishings with a rustic wood accent wall is a great combination that works well together.
The foyer of this HGTV Dream Home 2014 features exposed structural components that lend warmth and harken back to traditional mountain home design. Wood, metal and stone elements are repeated throughout the home and those same materials in the entryway gives guests a preview of the style to come.
All of the wine experience spaces are lined with either stone or stucco and have an antique brick floor. The tasting room is separate from the chilled wine so that the homeowners could entertain friends comfortably. A built-in bar area made from white oak has iron hardware.
Rustic-Chic Basement Family Room From Sarah Sees Potential
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, a cinder block wall was removed to create this open and bright basement entertainment area. Sarah added new wood paneling below the chair rail, chic rustic-modern furnishings and heated Brazilian slate floors for a durable, multi-purpose space that will accommodate a growing family of four.
Warm wood combine with cool gray countertops for rustic yet modern kitchen. The breakfast area combines a simple round table with comfortable armchairs, while sleek barstools provide extra spots for dining.
This 1920s house-turned-restaurant uses its bright red-orange canopy with an aluminum goat silhouette to attract visitors inside. The building's original stone exterior was restored, giving the restaurant authentic charm.
The Arizona desert mountain retreat features a seamless transition between the indoors and out. The living room and kitchen open out to the pool. General contractor Emilio LoCascio of Gemini Development Corp. tucked a TV that can be lowered and concealed in the patio flooring when not in use.
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.