Master Bathroom with Soaking Tub and Custom Vanity Cabinet
A soaking tub with polished nickel filler sits just below the large window in this fresh, bright bath. A basket weave pattern is inlaid in the marble tile floor. The custom cabinet is painted in a delicate blue to set a relaxing, spa-like tone for the space. Colors used in this space are Sherwin Williams, #7015 "Repose Gray" on the walls and 6232 "Misty" on custom vanity.
Neo-Georgian Home Rear Facade With French Doors and Pool
All of the main rooms on this neo-Georgian home's first floor are oriented toward the back of the house, with large French patio doors overlooking the pool and the garden. An oversized roofed porch attached to the family room wing has an outdoor fireplace, as do a second porch off the billiard room and a master bedroom balcony.
Slate tile floors and concrete countertops blend to create a sleek, functional patio that's also aesthetically pleasing. A built-in banquette offers space for a large party to dine, and upholstered stools at the wraparound bar provide even more seating. An integrated grill completes this outdoor kitchen and dining room.
A console sink pairs with beadboard wainscoting to bring cottage charm to this traditional powder room. A bold red valance ties the bathroom to the adjacent room, which features matching red wallpaper.
This deep gray dining room blends country and traditional styles for a refined farmhouse look. A cream chandelier lends elegance to the space, while a country dining table maintains the space's farmhouse feel.
A built-in wine refrigerator turns this butler's pantry into a convenient storage and serving area. The kitchen of this 1920s home got a glam update that preserves its historic feel. Furniture-style feet on the cabinetry are among the period touches that bring character to the space.
With its stone facade and many-gabled roof, this custom-built estate could star in a fairy tale. The grand front entry features a pair of Gothic arches, and a tiered fountain holds court at the center of the circular cobblestone drive.
An unused formal living room is transformed so that it now incorporates a masculine yet glamorous office space. Adding built-ins along the longest wall in the room create the look and feel of an office while also providing the practical storage that any living space can use.
This period kitchen has a glamorous feel that matches the homeowner's classically elegant style. The designer stayed true to the home’s original details while infusing the owner's personality into every nook and cranny. Glass hardware and a glass mosaic tile backsplash give this functional corner a jewel box feel.
Home Office With Dark Wood Bookshelves and Red Leather Chair
A red leather chair is nestled near dark-stained bookcases, creating a pop of color in the rich, warm home office. A navy floor lamp provides task lighting for reading or working in this sophisticated space.
Dreamy Walk-In Closet With Beautiful White Built-Ins
With dedicated storage space for everything from shoes to hats to hanging clothes, this walk-in closet spares no expense. Just in case the built-ins lining the perimeter aren't enough, an island offers more storage in the center of the space.
This traditional living room features gray walls and a gold-framed painting that hangs above a marble fireplace. Classic armchairs, a glass coffee table and formal table lamps make the space feel elegant.
Traditional Guest Bathroom with White Paneling and Marble Tile and Countertops
This traditional guest bathroom features white wall paneling and an inset flanking mirror. The room also has touches of gray in the marble tile flooring, countertops and brushed nickel fixtures that mirror the wall color.
Designing a new deck? Consider adding a bump-out or other designated space for your grill. You’ll keep smoke away from seating areas and give the chef some extra elbow room. To make life even easier, install low-maintenance Horizon composite decking from Fiberon, shown here in Castle Gray.