A pergola cover lets fresh air wash over this extravagant poolside seating set up while privacy curtains allow the space to be closed off at will. Concrete tables ground the design and compliment the flooring. Wicker chairs add a lighter element and darker color tone. A large lantern illuminates the space to transition the lounge into the evening.
Design details give a victorian feel to the style of this living room. A burgundy sofa and wood chair feature high back rests while a padded chaise redistributes length with a short back and long leg rest. Heavy decor elements such as the motel art, mirror frame and plant pot add weight to the design.
A neutral color scheme and bright lighting accentuate the spacious layout of this eat-in kitchen. The traditional look of the cabinets and range hood are livened with contemporary bar chairs in a bright blue hue. Darker tiles in the backsplash stand out and compliment the copper range hood cover and the dark base of the pendant lights.
Off the pool area in this Florida home is a relaxing guest suite. The opium bed features blackout curtains that provide ultimate privacy. Warm oranges contrasts against the cool blues and greens to create an inviting tropical design.
A brick driveway adds texture leading up to the smooth front exterior of the home. Potted trees and mirrored garden sections frame the way to the arched wood front doors. Above the door, columns support the covered balcony. Exterior lighting illuminated both stories for a warm finish.
Pleasing to the eye, this home office could cater to both genders. Taxidermy and mahogany bookshelves lends a more masculine vibe, while details like the traditional rug and tufted chairs offer a bit of femininity. We especially love the coffered ceiling!
The large center island features cubbies for open storage, cabinetry for hidden storage and turned legs that give it the look of a piece of furniture. The black contrasts against the white cabinets throughout the rest of the kitchen, but the same neutral countertops are used to create a cohesive look.
The open eat-in kitchen has a raised bar with comfortable barstools for counter dining, as well as small breakfast table set into the window alcove. Chrome light fixtures add a contemporary vibe to the space, while a center island provides extra counter space for prep work.