High, exposed ceilings automatically make this 700-square-foot apartment seem much larger. HGTV fan rbaby separated the bedroom from the living room and dining area with a cubicle bookshelf. The look not only provides additional storage but gives the bedroom some privacy from the rest of the space. Tip: Spice up a small studio with a vibrant focal wall in red or orange.
This modern kitchen uses a bright, bold color palette alongside eye-catching angles to make the space a functional work of art. A kitchen island with a walk-up bar centralizes the aesthetic, while opaque cabinet doors give the cabinetry a sleek update.
Lucite Bookcase Adds Open Storage to Modern Home Office
This contemporary home office combines style, comfort and function. A chrome and glass desk takes center stage, while a flokati rugs adds softness to the space. A vintage Lucite bookcase adds to the modern feel and provides open storage.
Modern Bachelor's Pad Living Room With Graffiti Art
HGTV Design Star contestant Blanche Garcia wanted the main living space in this New Jersey bachelor pad to feel young, vibrant and fun for when the homeowner is entertaining friends. She creates a focal wall of burnt orange. To bring a little New York City into the design, Garcia commissions artwork by a graffiti artist for the living room.
Nothing says warmth more than rich, chocolate brown tones mixed with gray, aubergine and pumpkin orange. Designer Andreas Charalambous added lights behind the wall to illuminate this bedroom with a soft, intimate glow, allowing the orange accent wall to stand out among the deeper elements of the space.
Blood orange shelving creates an electric energy in this modern library. A gray sectional and ottoman help counterbalance the dramatic hue, and a patterned black and white rug adds movement to the space.