A sleek light wood island provides contrast against the rich, dark perimeter cabinets and shelves in this kitchen. Bold red barstools line the island, creating a spot for impromptu dining and adding a bright splash of color to the space.
By reducing some of the clutter and toning down the colors, this dining room went from chaotic to full of character. Key pieces like the Cantonese figures and the oriental rug remain from the original design while new lighting, a distressed table and linen chairs give it a more transitional feel.
The simple addition of floor-to-ceiling drapes changed the entire personality of the master bedroom, not to mention that they allowed natural light to pour into the space. Designer Debbie Perez simplified the accessories, leaving a few Asian-inspired pieces, to create a polished, coordinated whole.
It was important to the homeowners that their spaces flowed and spoke to one another in a monochromatic and organic way. Designer Debbie Perez did this by keeping a simplistic color palette, not allowing any one piece to enter this space unless it was white, gray or brown.
Paired with sleek wood nightstands and contemporary lamps, the vintage bed in this updated master bedroom looks chic and stylish. A metal globe chandelier and a metal and wood bench add industrial flair to the room — a nod to the loft's urban setting.
A contemporary wood dining table and chic white dining chairs are centered under for a stylish light fixture in this gorgeous dining room. Small platforms with candles jut out from the stone wall, creating an unparalleled ambiance for dining.
Cool, contemporary style comes from the details in this open concept kitchen and dining area. Black wire pendants swoop and curve above the dining table. In the kitchen a high contrast backsplash visually leaps out from around the cabinets.
Black, white and gray combine for a striking achromatic design in this loft living room. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide uninterrupted city views, and a chic white sectional provides comfortable yet stylish seating.
Furnishings in warm, earthy tones help create a comfortable, inviting atmosphere in this family room. The sofas and armchairs are arranged so as to encourage conversation, and a trio of windows ensures the space doesn't feel dark.
A sleek, clean-lined coffee table pairs with a contemporary sectional for a stylish look in this transitional family room. A wall of French doors and a light color palette create a bright, inviting atmosphere.