To add a touch of sparkle to the dramatic, black and white guest bathroom, designers added brass light fixtures and brass-rimmed mirrors.
To add fun contrast to the bright master space, designers installed a modern, black light fixture which helps to give the space a touch of the homeowners' personality.
Designers wanted to carry the pretty and classic design into the master bedroom, so they brought in a beautiful, clawfoot tub and chrome fixtures. To add an elegant touch to the space, chandelier with ornate details was added, while the shiplap backsplash and marble tile kept the space neutral and simple.
Designers wanted the master bathroom to continue the light, sunny design of the master bedroom into the bathroom space, so they continued white walls into the space to reflect the warm, Arizona sunshine let in by high rise windows that keep the space bright, but private. On the floors, designers used white tiles to create a chevron pattern that adds some dimension to the space, while a marble accent wall adds texture and contrast. Designers finished off the space with gold fixtures and wood accents to highlight the room's warmth.
Designers wanted to keep the living room space feeling fresh, clean and bright, so they painted the brick around the fireplace and installed white shiplap throughout the space to add interesting texture. To add warmth to the design, they installed a reclaimed wood mantle for a subtle, rustic touch.
Designers created a bathroom that would carry on the timeless feel of the kitchen into the bathroom, but would be youthful enough to appeal to kids and stylish enough to appeal to guests. They used matte black fixtures to add a fun contrast, but they also left open the possibility for the addition of color.
To create the look the homeowners desired, designers mixed Boho chairs and a Boho coffee table with a more traditional bed frame and nightstands.
Large windows in the breakfast nook and French doors in the living room allow plenty of natural light to get into the kitchen space, making it feel warm and welcoming. See it at hgtv.com.
Subway tile and shiplap on the walls combine with the leather chairs and wood accents to create a Bohemian feel that is as light and free as the stylists here at Hainsworth & Co Salon.
Since there are no windows on the kitchen walls, designers wanted to bring in plenty of natural light through the space's side door to make the room nice and bright.
This large great room is the perfect place to entertain or just hang with the family. Fun details include wrapping the entryways with a reclaimed barn wood. The art niches are highlighted with brass sconces and a large barn wood beam runs the length of the room.
Homeowners wanted a home that had a classic, historic feel mixed with a fresh, clean design, so designers started with a black and white color palette to give the space a little contrast, while the large subway tile and unique fixtures add character to the kitchen space.