This cumaru deck provides lots of space to enjoy the outdoors. A garage door provides easy access from an indoor sitting room to the deck. A concrete wall includes a built-in fireplace with stainless steel chimney to direct the smoke away. The neutral color palette and uncluttered design keeps the space feeling large and relaxing.
Gray smooth finishes and an open design create a timeless look for this contemporary wet bar. Hanging, open shelving allows for easy access to organized glass storage. The darker countertop adds a nice contrast while still keeping with the neutral feel of the room. Large wall murals and warm lighting add sunny color to the space.
These homeowners were very interested in bringing their love for the natural beauty of the outdoors inside and mixing it with the modern design style they already love. This photo shows that they succeeded. The large window overlooking the sink brings in plenty of natural light, allowing nature into the space. The live edge wood shelving shows the raw beauty of nature, while the colors on the wall and the backsplash are earthy shades of green, yellow and gray. These natural elements blend perfectly with the clean lines of the countertop and the modern pendant light, bringing the couple's ideas of an eco modern design to life.
Turquoise chairs are a bright pop of energy in the dining room, paired with the thick picnic-style wood table and hardwood floors. On the back wall, vintage signs and graphic prints perfectly complement the simple, colorful mood.
A long bank of windows lets light flood into this kitchen and dining area with its whimsical red tricycle chandelier. A section of the home's upper floor was removed to enhance the open, airy feel.
Wall-to-wall cabinets bring ample storage space in this updated, transitional kitchen. The client wanted to have both her grandkids in the kitchen or serve appetizers to adult guests while she was preparing foods. A peninsula was added to provide seating and to allow for a functional cooking area.
This charming home is used by its owners as a full-time rental. To make it memorable, they chose a colorful, eco-friendly design inspiration: The island features an 8-foot wood countertop. The dining table is custom-made from 3-inch thick Blue Pine.
Keeping the flow consistent is an important part of every home, so to keep this home's flow in sync, designers replaced the standard, rectangular doorway with an arched one. Since an arched doorway leads from the dining room into the living room, this arched doorway adds symmetry to the dining room as well as gives a more natural flow to the whole house.
Just past the kitchen, this spacious, casual dining space features chic, gray chairs, oak flooring and a drum pendant light. Built-in white cabinets provide ample storage for dishware and serving tools. To finish off the design, dark wood trim adds contrast to the bright, neutral space.
Symmetry and storage were important ideas for this kitchen. The client wanted to have both her grandkids in the kitchen or serve appetizers to adult guests while she was preparing foods. A peninsula was added to provide seating and to make for a functional cooking area.