The new fireplace surround features the same travertine that was used in the kitchen. The mantel was fashioned from an 80-year-old Douglas fir beam that purchased for $25 at the local salvaged building center.
This chic open plan kitchen makes the most out of not a lot of space. A small round counter height table offers a casual spot for dining. And the island includes bookshelves and a wine rack.
A trio of fiery glass pendant lights add a burst of color above the breakfast bar. The mocha accent wall in the family room gives the impression of a larger room and provides a foundation for the earthy tones throughout the space.
This contemporary master bathroom not only features a double vanity sink area, but a separate makeup vanity complete with ample cabinet storage and a wall-to-wall mirror. Cedar wall paneling and a built-in fireplace lend an inviting vibe to the space, while white porcelain floor tiles keep the look clean and simple.
An open doorway connects the kitchen to the living area, where you'll find built-in bookshelves on the left and a wet bar on the right. A traditional wood desk makes for a small home office area, and warm hardwood floors complete the space.