In the last of the home's expansive bedrooms, designers made functional use of the space by creating a sleeping space, defined by a neutral, shag carpet, a sitting area that faces the beautiful view of New York City and a work space with a simple, modern desk.
To maximize the space in the master bathroom, designers placed the bathtub and shower fixtures in two of the four corners of the space. Opposite of these, a double vanity creates a functional bathroom space that easily accommodates the homeowners.
One of the things these homeowners wanted for the design of their new home was a fun, functional place for their family to spend time bonding-particularly over food. So, in the kitchen, designers kept the concept simple, open and functional. Elegant materials and colors keep the space stylish, but minimal decoration helps maximize the useful space and minimize clutter. Designers made sure that the homeowners had tons of counter space for easy prep and serving, as well as plenty of cabinets for storage and a large sink, making for easy cleanup.
These homeowners wanted a more functional, stylish kitchen with plenty of safety failsafes before the arrival of their baby, so designers created a kitchen with an intuitive design. The cabinets to the right of the hallway are side-by-side, pull-out pantry cabinets to maximize storage, and to the left of the hallway, is a shallow, custom-designed cabinet with a charging station and a purse hook.
Stylish, separate showers and a long, trough sink add function to the boys' bathroom. These features allow the large family to get ready at the same time without sacrificing a certain level of privacy for the brothers.
With kitchen cabinets surrounding the refrigerator, on one side of the kitchen island and on both sides of the peninsula, designers truly maximized the storage and organizational space. They kept the design of the space simple, keeping the countertops clean so that the space remains functional and contemporary.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It Too, this laundry room is now a functional space. With front loading washer and dryer and an extended countertop for folding, this space is practical and very useful.
To maximize this kitchen's functionality, designers installed wall ovens to maximize the wall space. Then, they added a large range with a covered range hood to stylishly accommodate the amount of cooking done by the homeowners. These features, along with the space's neutral color palette and abundance of counter space, make this kitchen an elegant, functional space perfect for two chefs.
Earthy engineered quartz creates a strong, linear working surface. The cleanup center has increased capacity, containing a single dish drawer to the right of the sink and a functional trash bin to the left.
Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines created a new laundry and mudroom for the homeowners, complete with plenty of storage cabinets and shelving as well as a desk that double as a folding surface. A chalkboard backsplash will come in handy for taking notes and brick floors were installed for a durable yet attractive look.
To create function in this long, narrow bathroom, designers chose slim, extended length fixtures. To add a touch of glamour to the space, gray and white tile was installed on the floors and halfway up the wall, while the wood vanity adds storage and warmth.
Need a clever way to have toys around but also keep them out of sight when guest are around? Try this diy project. Built with basic pine wood this ottoman was given a fashionable cushion top with chain hinges so the inside could be used as toy storage.
Chip and his team from HGTV's hit show Elbow Room remodeled the Struves' home office so that it had a separate entrance that keeps guests and clients out of the couple's bedroom. They also added features such as noise canceling walls to keep any distracting noises away from them as they work. There is extra storage in the office now as well as cool modern furniture and accents that appeal to the couple's creative side.