The bathroom shouldn't be forgotten when creating a beautiful home. The right mix of textures and materials can make the bathroom a relaxing getaway. Keeping the design concept throughout your home in mind, extend your style into the bathroom with these design ideas. Minimal and timeless styles are in the mix with a few glam designs. Small spaces are made to seem larger with the right color and style combination. While making that beautiful look, don't forget the storage and functionality. These rooms managed to get it all right.
This white kitchen displays simplicity without the use of hardware. Panel door and drawerfronts are used throughout. The built-in subzero refrigerator blends in seamlessley. Open glass shelves on the back wall are used for storage and decor. Featuring clean lines, Italian marble, and a dark stained European Oak floor. The circular drop pendant lights above the marble island add whimsy to the straightforward design. Panel doors and two simple shelves keep this look uniform.
Since attics are at the top of the home, the option for natural light should be priority. While many homes don't have skylights, other options such as dormer windows which are located in the walls of the attic, as opposed to the ceiling, and even solar tubes can be installed to bring light into the master bedroom attic space. Along with natural light, views to the outside should be considered, as humans thrive on seeing daylight and fresh scenery daily. Take full advantage of the height and the views, you are at the top of the world, literally!
The Container Store’s Clear Shelf Divider is a clever way to keep sweaters, jeans and other items neatly stacked on your closet shelves. It serves double duty, thanks to a built-in valet hook for hanging items.
For more counter space, this kitchen utilizes a huge natural wood island with its own sink. The bright yellow where gives the kitchen a very youthful glow. With a small breakfast area and plenty of cabinetry, this urban kitchen would be perfect for a couple. A more modern option for kitchen islands, this one uses a bright white countertop and funky chairs.
This calm kitchen design with understated features gets a quick zing of color, with a run of green kitchen units beneath a long central island. Inspiration has been taken from the hues within an antique run in this kitchen diner space, leading to an unusual choice of orange larder units and TV console cabinets. The zesty cupboards work perfectly against the muted blue backdrop and crisp white fronts of the smaller units.
The walls are done in sunny yellow, and the shelving units were taken in bold blue and shabby chic style. though the colors aren’t very light, the space is filled with natural light coming from a glazed wall with a door. There are some white touches to make the kitchen calmer, you can see a white tile backsplash around the cooker, some lamps and cupboards. The shelving unit shows a collection of china, which becomes a part of décor.
Yellow is a bold design choice, but it's popular in adventurous kitchens for a good reason – it's a cheerful color full of energy and optimism, associated with cleanliness and freshness. Part of this energetic perception contributes to its association with the marketing of healthy foods. It's appetizing! Yellow is the color of ripe bananas and fresh citrus fruits like tart pineapples and lemons. And if you're working with an especially dark kitchen, there's simply no better way to brighten the space and let this warm natural tone bring nature to you. Check out our yellow room inspiration post to see ideas for the rest of the home.
Awesome gold chandeliers create a decadent feel in this kitchen and dining area. This all-white kitchen would be a dream come true for clean freaks. And indeed, this kitchen has its own chef’s table by way of an expansive breakfast bar. Reflective surfaces everywhere make this kitchen and dining area feel like you’re eating at a chef’s table. Curved legs, chairs, and vases offer a feminine bent to this kitchen. Lucite furniture and modern chandelier make this white kitchen uber chic.
The first kitchen uses cool beige tones and recessed lighting to create a sense of calm. This kitchen really brightens things up with open cabinets of sunny yellow for a distinctly modern vibe. The reddish orange accents in this kitchen, and the creative sunken dining table, give the kitchen a really retro feel. Another neutral option lets the practical elements of the kitchen itself all but disappear, highlighting beautiful views and open windows.