The walls of this spacious living room have the palest green tint, picking up the brighter accents of the color throughout the space. Twin built-in shelving units on either side of the fireplace make sure there's plenty of storage. Wall paint color: Sherwin-Williams Narce SW6154
To maximize this kitchen's functionality, designers installed wall ovens to maximize the wall space. Then, they added a large range with a covered range hood to stylishly accommodate the amount of cooking done by the homeowners. These features, along with the space's neutral color palette and abundance of counter space, make this kitchen an elegant, functional space perfect for two chefs.
This spa-inspired master bathroom has plenty of functional space. With his and hers vanities, a freestanding tub and a walk-through shower, this space has all of the luxuries this couple needed while neutral wall color and contrasting details help to maintain solidarity with the design of the rest of the house.
These homeowners wanted a comfortable living area that felt a bit collected, so designers used some of the owners' preexisting furniture which they reupholstered to tie the pieces into the rest of the elegant design.
To accommodate the odd shape of the bathroom while still maintaining style, designers added mirrors to the vanity doors, giving the room more visual space.
This bedroom has a unique rounded shape with sets of French doors leading outside. Thick curtains give privacy at night; during the day, they can be pulled back to fill the space with sunlight.
Designers used various materials to create a rich kitchen with a generous island for prep space to create a stylish kitchen that is suitable for both the budding chef and the gourmet cook.
These homeowners are a pair of professional chefs, so they needed a light and bright kitchen that would photograph well in order to showcase their food creations. To achieve that goal, designers started with a neutral wall color and accented the space with blue tones and metallic surfaces that would draw attention to the food, not the design.
Pops of bright green throughout this living room recall a fresh, spring day. The chairs are antique, painted white and recovered with alligator print fabric. The coffee table was handmade and painted by a local artisan. Wall paint color: Sherwin-Williams Narce SW6154
For a light and fresh look in this breakfast room, the designers opted for a distressed wood-and-metal table paired with cafe chairs. The banquette's green accent pillows help tie the area in with the nearby family room, that also features pops of green. Table and chairs: Restoration Hardware
A Dutch door separates the kids' room from the stairs, while leaving the top section open so the parents and grandparents can still hear their kids playing. On the back wall, a "kid door" leads into the LEGO room, adding a touch of magic to this already cool space.
The homeowners wanted a space where their grandkids could let go and be kids, so designers added a playroom with a great library of books and a giant LEGO wall. A small table gives the kids a place to play, while storage bins anchored to the walls keep the toys organized.
To give these professional chefs the maximum amount of counter space, designers installed a u-shaped island with a large, apron front sink directly in the center.
To dress up this powder room, designers went with a blue, gray and cream penny round tile floor. With its proximity to the kitchen, these colors will make the two spaces complementary to each other, keeping them both light and bright.