Refreshing White Eat-In Kitchen With Metal Barstools
White walls, billowy glass pendant lighting and glass-front cabinets with neatly stacked dishes combine in this airy and refreshing eat-in kitchen. Casual, metal barstools and accents in lime green provide a lively twist.
Red White and Blue Bedroom With Board and Batten Molding
This bedroom was designed for a preteen boy using a red white and blue color scheme. The bed was positioned to create a sense of openness, and dark blue board and batten molding was added to the lower portion of the wall.
The homeowner loves her vintage platters so designers hung them on the wall to be enjoyed year round. They also had custom, scalloped window valances made to add texture, pattern and warmth to the design.
Transitional Basement Playroom With Chalkboard Wall
This playroom wins serious style points! The sofa uses perennials fabric for ultimate durability and has a soft frame so kids can climb and jump on it. The back of the room has built-in cabinetry for art supplies and a sink to wash brushes and messy hands. Colorful pillows keep the mood fun and light. Sofa: Restoration Hardware Cloud Sectional; Pillows: CB2
Ceiling beams made from reclaimed wood and a stone-framed door hint at French chateau style. An island with over-sized turned legs visually grounds the large room while cobblestone framing around the door add a classic cottage-style touch to the space.
Graphic green wallpaper, wood ceiling and black furnishings complete this eclectic home office. A speckled area rug, green velvet desk chair and a mix of art add visual interest and personality to the space.
Magnificent cherry wood architectural paneling and detailing are the signature elements in this two-story library and home office. The wool area rug and comfortable leather seating anchors this room and the custom spiral staircase leads one up to the second-floor home office, which is off the master bedroom. The original oil painting is illuminated by the picture light above to call attention to it in the evening.
The vision for this ground floor sports room was to provide a comfortable space for the family while maximizing the seating for guests. Using the concepts of scale and proportion, the designers were able to accommodate seating for up to 10 people, which was far better than the five they could fit on the old sectional.
A blue tile backsplash is accented with squares made of blue, white and black tiles. The pattern creates a nice decorative touch in a kitchen that has light wood cabinets, stainless appliances and white windows.
Neutral wood cabinets, flooring, and bar brings a relaxed rustic touch into this sophisticated, contemporary kitchen. A long bar is paired is paired with metal and wood stools for plenty of seating. Recessed ceiling lights illuminate the bright white space.