Geometric tile in varying color stretches from wall to floor to play a fun game with dimension and shape in this trend-forward Brooklyn powder room. A sleek, white floating vanity and simple mirror keep the attention focused on the dramatic tile.
As seen on HGTV's hit show Love It or List It Too, the floors in this living room have been sanded and stained, and the fireplace has a new insert and ties. The shelving beside the fireplace is floating and the dog doors have been built into ledges that double as a location to place a beverage.
Make a space that will last. “You don’t want things to be temporary. You want things that they can grow with,” said Cate Dunning of GordonDunning, who decorated this bedroom as part of a Dwell with Dignity install. This bedroom was for three boys who loved Super Mario Brothers and the Atlanta Falcons, so GordonDunning incorporated red accented with blue and hung framed Mario art prints from Etsy on the wall. The beds were already in the room, and DIY blogger Dena Stormer painted them with Sherwin Williams Positive Red.
A mini butler's pantry adjacent to this dining room provides just enough space for meal staging and overflow flotsam. It also takes advantage of an odd cranny that might have gone to waste with built-in cabinetry and counter space.
Around the corner, smooth concrete floors lead into this spacious, contemporary kitchen. A large stainless steel island anchors the space, providing extra room for meal-prep, while wood cabinets offer ample storage options.
This neutral kitchen features antique white cabinets and a beadboard ceiling. A tin range hood and crystal chandelier add elegant touches, while a kitchen island with a wood countertop provides extra room for food preparation.
This U-shaped kitchen features medium grain cabinets and an exposed beam ceiling. Concrete countertops add an industrial feel, while a peninsula provides extra room for food preparation and cabinet storage.
The modern kitchen features wall-to-wall oversized subway tiles paired with black cabinets and countertops for an eye-catching contrast. Wooden wall shelving above the sink provides room for storing kitchen essentials, while a white marble kitchen island with a partial wood section allows extra room for food preparation.
This stylish master bathroom features a double sink vanity with white wood cabinets and a neutral Cambria countertop. A built-in countertop cabinet provides extra room for stowing away bathroom essentials, while recessed lighting illuminates the space from above. Black floor tiles add a modern touch.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson surprised her clients with a bonus master bedroom makeover. She eliminated an unnecessary hallway and fourth bedroom to allow extra room for the master bath, master bedroom and a luxurious walk-in closet.
The dark wood floors in this transitional kitchen provide a perfect contrast to the white cabinetry and dove-gray walls. Barstools from Pottery Barn can easily be tucked under the center island to make extra room for busy cooks.
A gorgeous four-poster bed elegantly takes center stage in this traditional blue bedroom. A petite love seat at the foot of the bed and an armchair tucked in the corner offer up extra room for relaxing.
With the old rundown kitchen gone in the Rao apartment, the Cousins now have the extra room to to turn the back space into a large colorful bedroom. The large bed backboard was an old wooden mantel that was found in the home during construction. The cousins cleaned it up and painted it blue for a bold graphic addition to the room. As seen on HGTV's Cousins On Call.