To create a clean, bright space in the kitchen of this home, designers used white cabinets and a white, subway tile backsplash, while black countertops add warmth and a timeless look to the space. To add a bit of flair, gold door knobs have been attached to the cabinets.
In this elegant family room, a wall of windows allows natural light to spill into the space. Traditional paneling was painted white to give the space a bright, clean look, while modern furniture complements the space, making it warm and comfortable.
This multi-purpose living area contains plenty of seating for the girls in the house. On one side of the room, an armoire conceals a television, and on the other side a piano rests between two windows that allow in plenty of natural light. This design makes this living room the perfect place to practice a sonata, have a movie night or just relax with friends.
Designers wanted to make the most of the small master bedroom space in the cottage, so they used a neutral color on the walls to reflect the light from outside, making the space look brighter. Then, they added a window seat that conceals storage and an armchair resting next to a floor lamp for versatile seating options.
To create a masculine space in this contemporary living room, designers added exposed beams on the ceiling. The extra color brings warmth to the space and plays off the bright, neutral color palette that clothes the living room.
The living room of this apartment has comfortable modern furniture that is both stylish and functional. From this space, there is a great view of the city below through the glass doors that line the room and allow in plenty of natural light.
The breakfast nook in this masculine kitchen is highlighted by the natural light from the windows. The dark, rich furniture, wicker basket hanging on the wall and the vintage, industrial pendant light add warm masculinity to the space, creating a bright, inviting eating area for this bachelor pad.
The open concept design in this cottage allows the rooms to feel larger and more open. The fluidity of the design also allows for a line of sight from the front door through to the sitting room, creating a casual, functional floor plan.