Designers wanted the master bedroom space to be flooding with natural light, so they included a large wall of black, iron French doors and high side windows on either side of the bed. They kept the fabric and the paint colors in the space neutral in order to reflect the beautiful, Arizona sunshine.
Designers wanted to carry the pretty and classic design into the master bedroom, so they brought in a beautiful, clawfoot tub and chrome fixtures. To add an elegant touch to the space, chandelier with ornate details was added, while the shiplap backsplash and marble tile kept the space neutral and simple.
Designers wanted to keep the living room space feeling fresh, clean and bright, so they painted the brick around the fireplace and installed white shiplap throughout the space to add interesting texture. To add warmth to the design, they installed a reclaimed wood mantle for a subtle, rustic touch.
Designers created a bathroom that would carry on the timeless feel of the kitchen into the bathroom, but would be youthful enough to appeal to kids and stylish enough to appeal to guests. They used matte black fixtures to add a fun contrast, but they also left open the possibility for the addition of color.
To create a darker, warmer contrast to the bright, all white paint, shiplap wall and matching barn door, a modern light fixture was hung. Designers also chose black hardware for the barn door to help bring the contrast to life.
To give the living room space a more modern ranch feel, black, iron grid windows were added throughout the room. Not only did these windows give the space a more modern feel, they also added great contrast to the otherwise neutral living room.
To add fun contrast to the bright master space, designers installed a modern, black light fixture which helps to give the space a touch of the homeowners' personality.
Homeowners wanted a home that had a classic, historic feel mixed with a fresh, clean design, so designers started with a black and white color palette to give the space a little contrast, while the large subway tile and unique fixtures add character to the kitchen space.
The breakfast nook to the side of the kitchen gives the homeowners an additional dining option. With benches on three sides and room for chairs on the other, this nook makes great use of its space, providing seating for at least six diners.
Large windows in the breakfast nook and French doors in the living room allow plenty of natural light to get into the kitchen space, making it feel warm and welcoming. See it at hgtv.com.
Subway tile and shiplap on the walls combine with the leather chairs and wood accents to create a Bohemian feel that is as light and free as the stylists here at Hainsworth & Co Salon.
To add a touch of sparkle to the dramatic, black and white guest bathroom, designers added brass light fixtures and brass-rimmed mirrors.
Gold rimmed, circular mirrors in the space add a glitzy contrast to the white, shiplap walls and a unique twist to the traditional square, salon mirror.
The white, shiplap detail on the walls helped to keep the design of the master bathroom simple, while chrome finishes on the fixtures and the classic black and white color palette maintain the timeless design that the homeowners wanted.
In the laundry room, designers wanted to keep the space light and bright, so they added all white fixtures, white, shiplap walls and white floors. To warm the space, they had butcher block countertops installed which, along with black accent pieces, gives the white space a little contrast.