Polygonal pieces help break up the typical rectangles and squares found in most rooms, says interior designer Kelley Lentini of House of Nomad, a Charlotte, N.C.-based firm. In a living room, a geometric brass and glass coffee table from Four Hands creates multidimensional interest.
A bold pattern, repeated on the roman shades as well as the rug, helps unify this master bedroom. Powder blue accents play out across the room, adding unity and providing a soft visual pause, perfect in a room meant for relaxation.
The most effective way to use any outdoor area maximally is with perimeter seating. Here, a modular sectional sofa is configured to conform to a corner of this welcoming courtyard, putting every square inch of the area to use. For optional flexibility, consider sectional sofas without arms since the armless modules can also be added to elongate a straight-lined sofa.
The master bedroom from HGTV Dream Home 2015 combines neutrals with calming shades of blue as a nod to the soft coastal style found in the Cape Cod home. According to interior designer Linda Woodrum, the space is intended to be a calming, tranquil room that makes its inhabitants instantly relaxed.
White Painted Brick Retains Texture, Adds Brightness
Indoor brick walls add industrial, historic and rustic charm; however, the brownish red tone of the brick drastically limits the possible color palettes a homeowner can use. To keep the brick pattern and the rich texture, paint the brick bright white in a flat finish. The white brick will make a room seem much brighter and also allow virtually any color scheme to work well.
A black bed frame and pink linens make this master suite feel edgy yet feminine. To the right, a nightstand keeps evening essentials like books or a glass of water within reach, while a bench provides space for getting ready in the morning.
This master bedroom features custom touches, including an upholstered headboard and nightstands, both designed by Coddington Design. The nightstands are topped with polished horn lamps, while a nearby vintage wingback chair offers a comfy seat.
Gray and White Country Kitchen With a Contemporary Punch
This beautiful gray and white kitchen gets an update from designer Lindsay Chambers, who added contemporary touches to an otherwise country design. The cabinets are country, but the appliances and chevron tile backsplash scream contemporary.
Stunning White Kitchen Features Farmhouse Sink, Coffered Ceiling & Sophisticated Cabinets
Bright and elegant, an arched window keeps this striking transitional kitchen bathed in natural light, illuminating sophisticated cabinetry, marble countertops and dark hardwood flooring. A farmhouse sink and coffered ceiling adds a bit of flair and creates a feeling of history.
Classic marble flooring and an antique side table blend beautifully with a freestanding soaker tub in this Victorian-meets-contemporary master bath. A cafe curtain-inspired window treatment adds privacy and casual flair. Keeping the upper part of the window bare means the homeowners are able to show off the Victorian home's original curved millwork.
A custom Roman shade blends with the wall's soft gray hue, giving the illusion of added space in this restful bedroom. In this room as throughout the home, contemporary touches mix with classic details. The renovated Victorian house has been fully updated to meet the needs of a modern-day family.