Neutral Transitional Kitchen With Exposed Ceiling Beams
In this stunning transitional kitchen, distracting ceiling lines and awkward angles are no longer a concern. By incorporating gorgeous exposed ceiling beams and low-voltage lighting tracks with pin-spotting heads, designer Lauren Bland believes she was able to attract the eye to every inch of the spacious eat-in kitchen.
Photo By: Photography by Bob Narod for Jennifer Gilmer Kitchen and Bath
Oversized Kitchen Peninsula With Wine Refrigerator
The combination of exposed wooden beams and sleek open shelving gives this kitchen a unique style. A wine fridge in the peninsula was a bonus feature in the stunning space, which features state-of-the-art appliances.
White Cottage Kitchen With Gray Countertop, Tile Backsplash
Once dark and dated, the galley kitchen in this charming cottage home now gleams with a whitewashed paint treatment and luxurious finishes. White cabinetry extends to the ceiling to maximize storage space.
White Breakfast Nook With White Table, Colorful Throw Pillows
Before, the dining nook in this cottage was dim and dingy, with dated finishes that failed to take advantage of the room's natural light. Now, a built-in window seat serves as a banquette for a charming breakfast space. The all-white backdrop reflects light and makes colorful pillows and accessories pop.
Art Deco Home Office With Neutral Wallpaper, Teal Ottoman
This striking home office commands authority with its unruffled gray palette and strong architectural lines. A teal upholstered ottoman and red leather desk chair add just enough color to the mix. The mirror above the fireplace is original, and adds to the grandeur of the space.
This home was built in the late 1950s and had retained most of the original features. Before its dramatic renovation, the living room was two levels, dimly lit and divided by an HVAC chase.
From: Jamie House
Photo By: Jamie House
Bright and Open Modern Living Room With High Ceiling
The HVAC chase that originally divided the family room in this home was removed to create an open living area. The updated windows flood the space with natural light, a stark difference from the room's dim beginnings. Sleek furnishings and a subdued color palette lend to the living room's modern vibe.
Subtle variations in color and texture bring a striking cohesiveness to the sitting area in this bright, open living space. The decorative touches are minimal which allow the modern style to shine, as well as drawing attention to features like the exposed brick wall, painted beams and natural cork floor.
Streamlined Modern Living Space With Exposed Brick Wall
An exposed brick wall infuses this bright modern living room with a warm ambiance. The ceiling beams and trim were painted espresso brown to further draw the eye to the brick wall. A cork table and cork flooring bring an organic element to the neutral space.
Light, Bright and Elegant Traditional Sitting Room
Formerly a stark home office, this sunny living room now houses a light and airy array of neutral furnishings and accessories. A wall of built-in shelving once held office supplies, but now offers space to display photos, collected pieces and topiaries in the traditional space. Stationary panels at the French doors finish the room and tie together its taupe and white color scheme.
Before, this space functioned as a home office, with ample built-in shelving that housed supplies. The homeowner wished to turn the space instead into a light, airy living room designed for conversation and relaxation.
Built-In Storage Made Functional in Traditional Sitting Room
In its past life as a home office, this room’s built-in shelving stored supplies for a home-based business. By varying the shelf heights, designer Lauren Clement added interest and made space to accommodate photos, topiaries and collected accessories. Greenery dotted throughout the room aims to link the traditional sitting room with the outdoors.
Before: Home Office-Turned-Music Room Needs Makeover
Before, this light-filled room served as a home office, with little in the way of style and a piano in the corner treated as an afterthought. The homeowner instead wished to turn the space into a gracious room for entertaining, relaxing and enjoying the music and views.
Traditional Light-Filled Room Lovely for Entertaining
Soft curves and lush textures define a sunny corner of this remodeled living space. Formerly a home office, the room now takes advantage of its light and views, offering a comfortable space for conversation and relaxation. Leaf-patterned drapery fabric frames the view and ushers in the outdoors.