This pink kitchenette makes the most of limited studio apartment space. The main focal point is a reproduction of an antique sink, and a stainless steel shelf and counter houses a small refrigerator, toaster and microwave oven. Lighting is provided by two retro-style pendant lights.
The laundry room also includes a utility sink for hand-washing delicate clothing items, antique black quartz counters, and high-gloss deep-slate-gray cabinets and drawers that offer storage for laundry essentials. The lacquered-looking cabinets add modern sophistication to this utilitarian space.
For classic farmhouse style, decorate the walls of your kitchen in antique or vintage china arranged in pretty compositions, says Susan Sully, author of “Past Present: Living with Heirlooms and Antiques." “You can mix different patterns when you do this,” she says. In this kitchen, plates featuring similar colors in different shapes and sizes are arranged on the wall beside a Dutch door and complement the dinnerware in the open shelving above the sink.
This luxurious powder room features soft, metallic finishes that lift the space and cast it in an ethereal glow. A frameless mirror has antiqued brass corners that complement the brass sconces and plumbing fixtures. A vessel sink completes the elegant space.
Soft green walls brighten the mood of the entire room. Jonathan brought in stainless steel appliances, a sparkly glass tile backsplash, granite countertops and a modern sink with a vintage feel. An antique table used as an island is the height of shabby chic, as seen on HGTV's Property Brothers.
This light and bright master bathroom features a spacious vanity with a white porcelain vessel sink, white stone countertops and white wood cabinets. A pair of sconces frames the mirror above the vanity, while a nearby antique green armoire provides storage and a pop of color.
On one side of the sink, a miniature antique chest holds hairpins and rings to keep the area tidy. Salve jars, a porcelain cold cream jar and a vintage dish filled with antique buttons finish off the space. Author Susan Sully says that the lids on these jars are probably made of Bakelite, an early plastic that is now a collectible.