Leanne McKinley

Leanne McKinley

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This room's elegant palette is emphasized by the gorgeous tiling, completed by Tierra Sol Ceramic Tile. #luxePNW

This room's elegant palette is emphasized by the gorgeous tiling, completed by Tierra Sol Ceramic Tile. #luxePNW

Chantell (@livingatno.50) op Instagram

Chantell (@livingatno.50) op Instagram

I love this look!  Clean modern yet classic all in one.  @Amie_Yancey thinks the lights need to be beefier.  What do you think? #FlippingVegas #ScottYancey #Design #Remodel

I love this look! Clean modern yet classic all in one. @Amie_Yancey thinks the lights need to be beefier. What do you think? #FlippingVegas #ScottYancey #Design #Remodel

In this modern master bedroom, sculptural wood pendant lights act as bedside lamps, while the bathroom is completely open to the bedroom.

In this modern master bedroom, sculptural wood pendant lights act as bedside lamps, while the bathroom is completely open to the bedroom.

Waterfall edge white marble kitchen island against seamless Pedini cabinetry and Miele appliances. Notice the marble backsplash, seamless edges all the way to the ceiling.

Waterfall edge white marble kitchen island against seamless Pedini cabinetry and Miele appliances. Notice the marble backsplash, seamless edges all the way to the ceiling.

Take back thatdead cabinet space by turning the front piece into a tilt-out storage spot. This DIYer keeps her hot tools (and their unruly cords) orderly, thanks to this hack. See more at Remodelaholic »

Take back thatdead cabinet space by turning the front piece into a tilt-out storage spot. This DIYer keeps her hot tools (and their unruly cords) orderly, thanks to this hack. See more at Remodelaholic »

Take back thatdead cabinet space by turning the front piece into a tilt-out storage spot. This DIYer keeps her hot tools (and their unruly cords) orderly, thanks to this hack. See more at Remodelaholic »

Take back thatdead cabinet space by turning the front piece into a tilt-out storage spot. This DIYer keeps her hot tools (and their unruly cords) orderly, thanks to this hack. See more at Remodelaholic »