The bold, black and white floral wallpaper was the anchor to this elegant guest room renovation, but designers added subtle, modern nightstands to complete the look.
Designers used brightly colored stoneware and a red, oriental rug to add simple, warm pops of color to this clean, white kitchen.
To keep the bold floral design from being too overwhelming, designers made sure that there was plenty of natural light in the space to keep it bright. Then, they added white linens and white, clean lined night stands to complete the look.
The stainless steel appliances in this contemporary kitchen helps to keep the space looking clean while also bringing stylish durability to the space.
The walls of this coastal breakfast nook are painted a fresh white, Benjamin Moore's Swiss Coffee, highlighting the gray of the charming banquette bench. A natural oak stained table and dining chairs are paired with a white airy drum light for a modern touch. Designer Becki Owens ties the look together with the pink block print fabric of the window treatments and pink and neutral throw pillows.
The open plan kitchen is welcoming and the perfect heart of the home. Neutral stone tile grounds the space, while bright white cabinets and Caluctta marble countertops create a fresh, inviting atmosphere. Glass globe pendants light up the large kitchen island, which has barstools for extra seating. The breakfast nook features banquette seating, rustic table and chairs and lots of natural light from the windows.
Designer Becki Owens transforms a dark, Tuscan space into a formal, yet fresh dining room with a soft, elegant feel. The room is inspired by a Capiz chandelier, creating an iridescent, beachy focal point that the eye is immediately drawn to. A rustic dining table is surrounded by comfortable, tufted chairs with nailhead trim.
As the eye moves into the dining room, gray armchairs and a rug help give the space a slightly different personality from the dining area and kitchen, but also stay harmoniously within the home's cool neutral palette.
Designer Becki Owens transformed this formerly dark Tuscan kitchen into an inviting, coastal heart of the home. Calcutta marble is used for the countertops and backsplash, and the once brown cabinets are painted bright white, bringing a fresh new look to the space. Soft color is brought into the room with a custom-made linen Roman shade.
An elegant chrome faucet echos the silver cabinet hardware on the traditional white cabinets of this coastal kitchen. Calcutta marble is used for the countertops and backsplash, bringing sophistication to the space. A linen Roman shade adds soft color to the bright white kitchen.
Once just an average guest bedroom, this space has been transformed into a rich, modern guest room with some wow factor. Setting out to create a refined space with a unique personality and elegant details, desigers grounded this design in a dark, bold floral accent wall, but they kept the space light and airy by using details such as white, modern nightstands, vintage furniture and plenty of natural light.
Interior designer Becki Owens chose Shaker-style cabinets for this crisp white kitchen. "The clean, simplistic lines of this style of cabinetry not only stand the test of time, but give your home a fresh, more modern look when paired with a simple backsplash or a mitered-edge counter," she says. "I like to pair Shaker-style cabinetry with white subway tile and natural wood in either open shelving or styled accents on the counters. This combo is always a win. You can switch out your lighting, hardware and accessories over the years to play with the overall look of your space, but these key elements create a foundation that will have your home looking beautiful for years to come."
White, semi-gloss laquer paint is used on the cabinets to freshen up this formerly dark kitchen. To create a light and fresh look, white Calcutta marble is used on the countertops and backsplash. Glass globe pendants light up the large kitchen island, where a pair of metal barstools are perfect for eating breakfast or a quick snack.