The Williams family asked Chip and his design team for a functional, family friendly kitchen. That's exactly what they got. As seen on HGTV's Elbow Room, Chip Wade and his team of skilled designers created a multi-faceted kitchen that would be useful for a family with school aged kids. In a section of the kitchen, he placed the natural wood countertops on hinges and added storage for the Williams' kids to study.
To the left, a large study area -- which could also be used as a home school classroom -- features bookshelves, ergonomically correct chairs, a map and other necessary supplies. On the right, the home's humble entry shows a beautiful wood plank ceiling and frosted sliding glass doors.
Lofty and airy this dormitory lounge area with feels spacious and welcoming, conducive to focusing on some work or gathering together with friends. Bright pillows and chairs bring some cheer and pops of color without being too distracting.
A blue accent wall and geometric rug generate a feeling of youth in this stylish, contemporary kid's room. Keeping the space around the white, contemporary desk highly organized creates an ideal space for study and homework.
An essential element in a teen bedroom -- a study area -- is commanded by this desk, crafted from pipes and reclaimed flooring. The desk is attached to the wall, providing ample shelving storage area without taking up a great deal of visual space. A custom radiator cabinet is a lovely way to update an older home while retaining some of the original charm.
This built-in desk in a kid's bedroom gets a fun pop of color with bright wallpaper that's hung only on the backs of shelves. A modern upholstered stool and bright yellow desk lamp turn the small space into a functional study area.
Perhaps our favorite part of this bedroom is the sliding barn door that reveals the bathroom and small study area. The door is painted a lovely shade of lavender that is also found in the bedding. The room feels bright and airy thanks to the natural light pouring from the windows and reflecting off the stark white walls.
The Williams family asked Chip of HGTV's Elbow Room to design them a family friendly, functional kitchen. Chip included a ton of seating for this family to entertain, a study area for the kids to do their homework, as well as a beautiful muted brick fireplace. The natural elements in the room, such as the exposed wood beams and molding as well as the natural light that pours into the room through the spacious windows in the sitting area help to create the rustic, natural look the family was hoping for.
The kitchen, designed by Chip Wade of HGTV's hit show Elbow Room, has created a lot of elbow room for the Williams family. The curved countertop adds a perfect nook for a rounded kitchen table with room to seat the family. The study area in the corner makes the perfect place for the Williams kids to study and do their homework, while the brick oven and modern appliances make the kitchen any chef's dream.
Chip and his team from Elbow Room designed a functional, open concept kitchen and sitting area for the Williams family. Complete with plentiful storage, a wood fired pizza oven, and plenty of seating, this kitchen is the perfect place for entertaining and every day life.
The living area, kitchen, dining area and study are contained within one large space in this open-concept home. Rich wood floors help visually separate the modern living area and study from the kitchen and dining area. A brown and white color palette carries throughout the home, creating a calm, crisp and elegant look.
Perfect for a teen girl, this cozy bedroom features a fireplace with pink cushions, a lavender area rug and an acrylic table for reading or studying. Unique, Asian-style pendant lights hang above the bed and seating area, adding a fun element to the hip space.