This wide view of the great room lounge area shows the custom sheer drapery color-matched to the paint color used for the walls and ceiling. The drapes go from the ceiling line to the floor, to soften the hard edges of the tall windows.
This rustic dining room features a large wooden rectangular table with elegant carved details along the perimeter and legs. Cream-colored upholstered dining chairs line the table, while a built-in fish tank behind the head of the table provides a lively finishing touch.
Built-in storage creates a functional space for flat and hanging storage in this Martha's Vineyard mudroom. Metal piping and pale wood shelves blend to give the space a rustic-industrial vibe that flows with the rest of the modern farmhouse-style home. The peaked, beamed ceiling provides an open and airy feel.
The old, worn carpeting was removed, and the room now features dark stained hardwood flooring and area rugs. The low windows get new white trim, and the bead board on the walls and ceiling are painted in a muted gray-green.
Designer Susan Brunstrum created a cozy office nook in an out-of-the-way area of this Park City, Utah residence that reflects her mountain modern theme. The desktop is stained, but the rest of the drawers and cabinetry have been mottled with a gray paint for a textured look. A rustic leather office chair and interesting accents complete the picture.
Designer Susan Brunstrum worked her magic on this great room wall underneath the grand staircase with interesting decorative items that serve to enhance her "mountain modern" theme. She selected a rustic-style console chest for small storage and surrounded it with eclectic knickknacks that add panache to an often-neglected space.
Homeowner, Gail Goodwin, helped designed the cantilevered first-floor bedroom to feel like a cozy nest perched among the treetops. Sumptuous linens and throw pillows create a luxurious haven for rest after a day on the slopes. Beautifully crafted multipanel barn doors slide across the space for added privacy.
To keep the family organized, the home's galley kitchen has plenty of cabinet storage and counter space to accommodate this large family's needs. To the left of the space, a pantry adds storage, while to the right of the space, a refrigerator sits inconspicuously off to the side.
Double doors swing back to reveal the foyer which takes rustic style in a graceful direction: The ceilings are exposed wood slats and the chandelier and sconce feature single antlers painted black. Designed by Bill Moore, Chris Reebals and Emory Ratliff