taupe beautiful kitchen, love it
Adding some black cabinets to a white kitchen can create elegance and drama color glass doors on white cbinetes
light living room dinner n kitchen are integrated on other pics
bathroom grey white n blue
bathroom floor counter glass blue shower door
bathroom and flooring
warmed up kitchen
Warm Wood and White New Jersey designer Virginia Toledo of Toledo Geller warmed up the bright white cabinetry with a white oak feature wall and the same wood on the kitchen island. A rollout chopping station under the end of the island gives the cook more prep space when needed. The countertops and backsplash behind the stove are quartz.
This San Diego kitchen blends two popular cabinet finishes — wood and white — with patterned tile and dark countertops. Pops of black throughout the kitchen (the bar stools, pendant lights and cabinet hardware) pull the look together.
kitchen This Seattle kitchen by Coyote Design Architecture + Planning offers an alternative to classic white subway tile: horizontally laid picket tile with dark grout. Knotty wood floors, cup-style cabinet pulls, shiplap on the ceiling and rustic wood shelves add to the room’s modern farmhouse feel.
basement The designers cleverly used the bulkhead on the right to define the kitchen space. “We increased the size of the columns to match the proportions of the bulkheads and centered the island between them,” Campacci says. The structural posts are wrapped in drywall, beefing them up to 12-by-12-inch columns. luxury vinyl tiles right over the concrete
basement texture, light colors + green and shimmer widened bulkheads to create tv space w cabinets below
basement, great design
lux bathroom for less White ceramic subway tiles are the most affordable option at most big-box stores, but the finished look can sometimes seem a little flat. Make your installation stand out by using a dark or colored grout, like in the bathroom shown here. and contrasting small tile floors
lux bathrooms for less White ceramic subway tiles are the most affordable option at most big-box stores, but the finished look can sometimes seem a little flat. Make your installation stand out by using a dark or colored grout, like in the bathroom shown here.
kitchen and dining (this area with no windows) unified by tile
dining kitchen room bicolor cabinet
colorful living room
dining room alcove, darker, or some built in cabinets, dresses up the place and adds texture
family living room “The addition of the wood beams made a huge impact on the space,” Winter says. “Because this room is a large, open area that leads to their kitchen and breakfast nook, we were able to define the living area and add some warmth to the ceiling.”
dining room colorful fresh and warm
dinning room colorful
hallway kitchen living bedroom passageway colorful and balanced townhouse
bedroom office grey and terracota
bedroom wall lights, walpapered wall, leather bed
kitchen blue leather wood
living room A double-height fireplace partially clad in silver travertine
basement bathroom Browne used a runner of graphic floor tiles surrounded by quartz, the same quartz used for the waterfall countertop. “Using the runner rather than fully covering the floor allowed the tile to stand out without becoming too busy,” she says. She picked a vanity color that closely matches the countertop so the tile and teak would stand out more.
basement bathroom. beautiful!!
flat-panel lower cabinets in light bluish gray brighten the kitchen, while bamboo uppers add warmth. The backsplash is subway tile in the client’s favorite colors, laid in a pattern that evokes the look of plaid.
This bedroom shows how a few and simple, well-chosen accessories can make for a pretty and inviting space. keep a focal point.
dark bedrooms Another approach is to simply surrender to your dark side and go moody and monochrome, understated. Texture and layering are key to nailing this look. Think dusky velvets, slubby linens and sensuous silks.
living dinning rooms “The darker the night, the brighter the stars,” Dostoyevsky wrote. Indulge in rich, theatrical color contrasts. Play up dark walls with jewel tones, natural wood, reflective metallics, greenery and dramatic artwork
patio terrace, beautiful flooring, brick and lattice walls
garden patio terrace
This narrow entryway garden bridge the level change from the street to the front door of a home in Sausalito, California. They chose low-water fern pine for the hedge plant running along the property line, with an underplanting of low water Mediterranean perennials. The feathery foliage of the fern pine adds welcome softness to the entry space and, pruned tightly to an upright hedge, forms a dense screen from the neighboring house. Plants include: Fern pine (Podocarpus gracilior, zones 9 to 11) Water requirement: Moderate; low once established Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade
garden, patio A combination of red-tipped photinia and green-bronze hopbush fill in to create a leafy tapestry of foliage types. They planted the shrubs about 30 inches apart around the patio, alternating between the two species. The plants are sheared to create a multicolored, mixed hedge that offers interest and complete privacy. Water requirement: Moderate; low once established Light requirement: Full sun to light shade
passageway pasillo hallway
kitchen and dining each off the entrance