4,561 Contemporary Home Design Photos

Cool Gray
Cool Gray
Change Your Bathroom©Change Your Bathroom©
The detailed plans for this bathroom can be purchased here: https://www.changeyourbathroom.com/shop/cool-gray-bathroom-plans/ Brushed nickel shower head with digital shower valve, freestanding bathtub, curbless shower with hidden shower drain, flat pebble shower floor, shelf over tub with LED lighting, gray vanity with drawer fronts, white square ceramic sinks, wall mount faucets and lighting under vanity. Hidden Drain shower system. This bathroom is about 19' long by 6' wide. Atlanta Bathroom.
Houzz TV: Ashton Kutcher Surprises Mom With the Basement of Her Dreams
In a new Houzz original series, the actor uses the Houzz app to find a designer and shop products to turn the dark area into a bright space
Houzz TV: Ashton Kutcher Surprises Mom With the Basement of Her Dreams
Coventry Lake Contemporary Stunner
Coventry Lake Contemporary Stunner
Nosan Signature HomesNosan Signature Homes
The owners of this home, completed in 2017, wanted a fitted closet with no exposed hanging or shelving but with a lot of drawers in place of a conventional dresser or armoire in the bedroom itself. The glass doors are both functional and beautiful allowing one to view the shoes and accessories easily and also serves as an eye-catching display wall. The center island, with a quartz countertop, provides a place for folding, packing, and organizing with drawers accessed from both sides. Not shown is a similar half of the closet for him and a luggage closet. The designer created splayed shafts for the large skylights to provide natural light without losing any wall space. The master closet also features one of the flush doors that were used throughout the home. These doors, made of European wood grain laminate with simple horizontal grooves cut in to create a paneled appearance, were mounted with hidden hinges, no casing, and European magnetic locks.
The Hills Group, Granite Bay, CA
The Hills Group, Granite Bay, CA
Emser TileEmser Tile
Lucente Ambrato Circle Mosaic, Style Plain White (walls/bench), Silver Marble (floor), Kat Alves Photography
Barn Lounge with Log Stack
Barn Lounge with Log Stack
Janey Butler InteriorsJaney Butler Interiors
The large Lounge/Living Room extension on a total Barn Renovation in collaboration with Llama Property Developments. Complete with: Swiss Canterlevered Sky Frame Doors, M Design Gas Firebox, 65' 3D Plasma TV with surround sound, remote control Veluxes with automatic rain censors, Lutron Lighting, & Crestron Home Automation. Indian Stone Tiles with underfloor Heating, beautiful bespoke wooden elements such as Ash Tree coffee table, Black Poplar waney edged LED lit shelving, Handmade large 3mx3m sofa and beautiful Interior Design with calming colour scheme throughout. This project has won 4 Awards. Images by Andy Marshall Architectural & Interiors Photography.
overlea
overlea
Workshop11Workshop11
Photos by Shawn Lortie Photography
Hampstead New Build Home
Hampstead New Build Home
CraveirissimaCraveirissima
In a small corner of a very large open-space, a secondary and more welcoming sitting area invites us to relax and socialise without the distraction of a TV, which is in a different part of the room. Though this room is in the lower-ground level of the home, proximity to terrace doors leading outside as well as two roof lights directly above it, make this the brightest corner of the entire room.
Elegance
Elegance
Mascheroni ConstructionMascheroni Construction
Design by Debbie Peterson Architects and LMB Interiors
A Modern Connecticut Residence
A Modern Connecticut Residence
Décor AidDécor Aid
When an international client moved from Brazil to Stamford, Connecticut, they reached out to Decor Aid, and asked for our help in modernizing a recently purchased suburban home. The client felt that the house was too “cookie-cutter,” and wanted to transform their space into a highly individualized home for their energetic family of four. In addition to giving the house a more updated and modern feel, the client wanted to use the interior design as an opportunity to segment and demarcate each area of the home. They requested that the downstairs area be transformed into a media room, where the whole family could hang out together. Both of the parents work from home, and so their office spaces had to be sequestered from the rest of the house, but conceived without any disruptive design elements. And as the husband is a photographer, he wanted to put his own artwork on display. So the furniture that we sourced had to balance the more traditional elements of the house, while also feeling cohesive with the husband’s bold, graphic, contemporary style of photography. The first step in transforming this house was repainting the interior and exterior, which were originally done in outdated beige and taupe colors. To set the tone for a classically modern design scheme, we painted the exterior a charcoal grey, with a white trim, and repainted the door a crimson red. The home offices were placed in a quiet corner of the house, and outfitted with a similar color palette: grey walls, a white trim, and red accents, for a seamless transition between work space and home life. The house is situated on the edge of a Connecticut forest, with clusters of maple, birch, and hemlock trees lining the property. So we installed white window treatments, to accentuate the natural surroundings, and to highlight the angular architecture of the home. In the entryway, a bold, graphic print, and a thick-pile sheepskin rug set the tone for this modern, yet comfortable home. While the formal room was conceived with a high-contrast neutral palette and angular, contemporary furniture, the downstairs media area includes a spiral staircase, comfortable furniture, and patterned accent pillows, which creates a more relaxed atmosphere. Equipped with a television, a fully-stocked bar, and a variety of table games, the downstairs media area has something for everyone in this energetic young family.
Woodlands Master Bath Spa Retreat
Woodlands Master Bath Spa Retreat
Barbra Bright DesignBarbra Bright Design
This contemporary master bathroom has all the elements of a roman bath—it’s beautiful, serene and decadent. Double showers and a partially sunken Jacuzzi add to its’ functionality. The large skylight and window flood the bathroom with light. The muted colors of the tile are juxtaposed with a pop of color from the multihued glass tile in the niches. Andrew McKinney Photography

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