When all else fails, pick your favorite variation of all the design elements and combine them. This kitchen does just that with gray-blue cabinets, industrial accents and open shelving.
Unique + Industrial Details
Turning a vintage scooter into an entryway table might be an undertaking, but it surely has an impact! If you can't commit to that level of DIY magic, add in other industrial elements to give your home a cool and modern vibe.
Natural Wood Accents for the Front Porch
Natural wood with white exterior paint adds a clean and organic look to amp up the curb appeal.
Small but Stylish
If all you really have room for in a bedroom is sleeping, make it the best experience possible with bountiful and luxurious bedding and details.
Industrial Windows With Neutral Palette
The black steel windows and design-foward light fixture in this living space are perfectly balanced with the natural materials and color palette.
Bold Fireplace in the Dining Room
If you've got the budget, why not put an additional fireplace in the dining room? It functions as a standout design piece AND a way to keep everyone warm while they gather around the table.
This island has a sneaky secret: It houses the dishwasher as well as a lavish sink! If you can't sacrifice counter space, this is a great and stylish solution.
Colorful + Contrasting Front Porch Accessories
Sometimes, all it takes to up the design factor of your front porch is carefully selected accessories. These yellow chairs pop against the subtle blue paint of the exterior and can be swapped out at any time.
All White Exterior With Classic Landscaping
A classic approach to landscaping makes for the perfect pairing with this all-white paint job.
Black Pendant Light + Double Rugs
Go a little non-traditional with a darker light fixture. While you're at it, layer your rugs for more texture and dimension.
Unique Hand-spun Details
This island is great by itself but gets a boost from the turned-wood leg at the end.
Elegant Gray Color Palette
The soothing shades of gray throughout this living area make it the perfect chill space for company and homeowners alike.
Best of Both Worlds
Even if it isn't technically indoor-outdoor living, having ample windows and outdoor access in the kitchen will make cooking feel a bit more luxurious and relaxing.
Rich Tones + Industrial Accents
Industrial accents aren't just for neutrals. Tie it all together with statement lights and a color-coordinating painting.
The classic approach is classic for a reason. From the color palette to the pendant light to the fiddle leaf fig, this bedroom nails all the details.
Sleek But Functional
This kitchen island is elegant in its simplicity. It leaves room for more accessories and fun details throughout the open-concept space by grounding the overall look in clean lines and colors.
Don't be afraid to take a risk! This painted staircase grounds the design of the entire room.