Textured tile creates a full-wall backsplash and a lovely focal point in this transitional master bathroom built for two. Checkerboard floor tile adds interest, and its diagonal arrangement visually expands the space. The ceiling fixture is by Currey & Co.
To the side of the seating area, a tiered table holds court with wooden armchairs. A handsome blend of Medieval wood furnishings, an animal-print rug and an artful display of tabletop accessories bring character and rustic charm to the space.
From the moment you step in the front door, designer Kristina Wolf played up the home's dominant Craftsman features. White interior columns and wide molding stand out against the powdery blue walls in the foyer.
A mix of shapes makes the dining room visually interesting. A round dining table and circular area rug are offset by the geometric wainscoting and leaded glass windows on the Arts & Crafts buffet.
A warm wood sideboard is a beautiful and utilitarian accent in the dining room. Two-toned wainscoting creates a cool-hued backdrop for the traditional piece of furniture.
Another distinctive feature are the windows: tall and narrow panes of glass hung in rows. The large panes of glass feature smaller leaded panes in a rectangular pattern iconic of Tudor revival homes.
A burnt orange rug provides a jolt of color in this gallery white landing. The wall hanging by Phillips Collection is built from barrel tops, and with a bench beneath, the graphic lines of the vignette create a striking sitting area in this modern home.
This transitional bedroom contains a beautiful blend of masculine and feminine touches. The window treatments and furniture placement create symmetrical balance, while an assortment of boldly patterned pillows adds interest. The large, white leather bed grounds the space and gives it visual weight.
Botanical curtains set a tropical tone in the living room. The large armchairs are a tropical tie-in with their wooden, Colonial-inspired arms, while the modern gold coffee table is a fresh and lively accent in the space.
The small but dramatic dining room is decked out in British Colonial style from the heavy wood dining furniture to the lattice-inspired buffet. Gleaming wood surfaces, mirrored details and decorative gold accents dress up the space.
A tiered chandelier takes advantage of the steep, gabled ceiling in this living room. Despite the shiny light fixture, dark timber and plaster walls give the living room a weathered look.
Facing sofas offer plenty of seating in the living room, while a tufted bench doubles as a coffee table between the two. A beautiful blend of earthy neutrals, natural texture and patterned textiles is full of character and comfort.