This master bedroom pairs soft hues with edgy charcoal grays, showcased beautifully in the floral accent wall. The backing of the white bookshelf is painted a contrasting blue-gray hue, and a window is covered with a ruched gray curtain.
Designer Jeff Troyer combined the former dining room and pantry to create a large, open kitchen with a rustic reclaimed wood island. The gray countertops, white cabinetry and white subway tile backsplash are enlivened with pops of color from a collection of vibrant kitchenware showcased on open shelving.
This friendly family room was formerly the house's foyer and it went largely unused. The designers removed an exterior door, and centered the focus on the fireplace and new built-in shelves. The homeowners now spend time in this room every day.
Clean white walls and a vaulted ceiling give this living room a spacious and airy look. On either side of the fireplace, two woven chairs with faux-fur throws become stylish seats for guests. The real star of the space, though, is the blue velvet sofa, which ties the eclectic design together.
This cozy living room features a brown leather sofa with striped throw pillows and a brown faux fur throw. Black wood panels enclose an inset fireplace, while a framed black and white photograph hangs above the sofa, adding an artistic touch to the space.
This master bathroom has an indoor and outdoor feel with French doors allowing access to a balcony beyond the soaking tub. A graphic pattern on the balcony floor works well with the indoor tile floor. A modern, glass chandelier hangs next to the skylight for a great, bright pairing of natural and artificial lighting. A simple black duck outline picture breaks up the blank space on the wall.
A wood table for two sits on top of a small stone deck that overlooks a personal bocce ball court in this private outdoor oasis. Strings of lights hang between lush orange trees creating a magical feel in the space.
Originally a single-story modern home built in 1959, this contemporary home was remodeled to include a second-story addition. Stone, taupe synthetic wood siding and stucco were used for the home exterior, while a deck and luxurious pool area were added to create a stunning backyard area.
Built-in storage fixtures provide maximum storage in this men's walk-in closet. Drawers are stacked below a small window providing some natural light to brighten the room. Shelves provide room for folded clothes and hanging clothes, creating an organized, clean space. The dark neutral tone of the shelves contrasts well with the bright white walls and ceiling.
Designer Jeff Troyer moved the front door from the living room to this central area, allowing the space to function as a sitting room, music room and foyer for the family. A brown L-shaped sofa is tucked into one corner of the room, while a set of three nesting tables is positioned on top of a gray area rug.