The dividing feature between the office and living room of this renovated home is a revamped barn door that brings a bit of industrial rusticity to the contemporary design. The door slides on a metal pulley from one side to another for privacy's sake.
This living room isn't big, but it stylishly makes the most of its space. A cozy sitting area is created out of a soft blue sofa and two darker blue chairs. And along the back wall, a full bar is ready for cocktail hour.
A graphic area rug anchors the sitting area in this open living space and serves as inspiration for the color palette. The deep red kitchen cabinetry pairs serenely with the pale blue wall. Contemporary furniture is sleek and uncomplicated in the small space.
Kellie Clements used her repurposing skills and personal style to create a space that's full of life on a bite-sized budget on HGTV's Design Star. She created a custom art piece using circles of wood and blue painted wooden spoons to fill the blank wall.
This sitting nook is furnished with vintage decor that gives the space charm and charisma. The chairs are from the 1950s and the bistro table is 1940s. Nothing like decade blending to create a singular look.
This smart living space incorporates a space to relax as well as a place to work. A wall-mounted desk saves floor space, while still serving as a mini home office. Vertical striped elongate the room, while a window framed with soft gray curtains offers a stunning view of the city.
This living room makeover features comfortable furniture in a contemporary design. The gray walls, light wood flooring and neutral window treatments create the perfect backdrop for the bursts of colors in the room's accessories.