In the master bathroom, designers decided to add tile over the shower area to help create a distinction between the spaces in the room.
The homeowners loved their home's Midcentury Modern design, but they wanted it to have an updated feel, so they tasked designers with finding a way to preserve the home's charm while adding modern amenities, so designers expertly blended the original mahogany paneling with new, sleek cabinets and splashes of marble to create a fun, elegant space.
The farmhouse sink in this remodeled kitchen helps lend a rustic air to the space, while the white pendant light adds character.
Work whites in. You don't have to have a rustic-chic space to bring that fresh feel to your home. Kitchens will burst with light when given a fresh coat of white paint. Single-bowl sinks can take up less precious bench space than many double-bowl designs, while allowing enough room to fit large pots, pans and dishes.
The gray and white marble backsplash helps to ease the transition between the dark, rich, mahogany paneling and the stark, white-gloss cabinets. The addition of the marble also provides additional warmth and texture to the design.
With seating for eight, the large dining table in the middle of this newly remodeled kitchen gives the homeowners a great space to entertain, while the combination of a farmhouse table and wrought iron chairs adds visual interest to the space.
To allow the space to fully take advantage of the beautiful view and natural light, designers had an additional sliding glass door added to the master suite. This gives the space another balcony access point as well as highlights the simple, elegant design of the interior space.
Wrought iron dining chairs add interest to the kitchen space while adding a touch of industrial style to the design.
Double farmhouse sinks in this remodeled kitchen gives the space additional functionality for the homeowners and their family.
A sitting area in the master bedroom gives the homeowners a cozy place to enjoy their morning coffee or simply relax, talk or read a good book.
The view from the homeowners' bedroom was so breathtaking that designers widened the doorway to the master bathroom so that nature was visible throughout the entire master suite.
The kitchen cabinets in this design are from the original home. They have been cleaned, painted and reconfigured to give them new life and, when combined with the new cabinet hardware and drawer pulls, give the space a custom, unique, rustic look.
Designers blended custom, sleek, white-gloss cabinets with the warm, mahogany paneling to create a space that felt both new and original.
Rather than upper cabinets for wall storage, designers opted for open shelving that was crafted out of materials that were repurposed from the home's original kitchen.