As seen on Good Bones, Karen E. Laine and Mina Starsiak created an elegant bathroom from what was once a walk-in closet. The continued the reclaimed wood floors from the bedroom into this bathroom, and they use brown accents to create an elegant industrial design to match the rest of the house.
The exterior of this renovated, ultra-modern home stands proud as a fantastic example of functional, exemplary design. The lower level houses a garage, while the second story contains the home's common spaces. The third floor boasts all the home's bedrooms. The interior, as well as exterior, spaces have all been designed from the ground up to reflect this clean, elegant, modern design.
A brick driveway leads to this rustic family home in South Africa that blends stacked stone with warm woods. The four bedroom home features an all-glass front door that provides a seamless view straight through the backyard and views beyond.
As seen on Good Bones, a former rundown bedroom is transformed into an elegant kitchen with butcher block countertops and a granite bar. There is plenty of counter space and storage in this kitchen, with upper and lower cabinets surrounding the room, and modern, open shelving to display unique pieces. To complete the space, stainless steel appliances were added to finish out the sleek look.
In this renovated guest bedroom, Karen and Mina repainted the walls and replaced the floors to give the space a fresh, neutral color palette. To create warmth in the space, Karen and Mina, of HGTV's Good Bones, used shades of brown, to make the room warm and inviting. They also added reclaimed wood accents and and an industrial chandelier to create interest and highlight the elegant, industrial design they were going for.
Just a few steps from the living room, a large sectional and fireplace create a comfortable space to unwind after a long day. In addition to the balcony, sitting area and dining space, the penthouse also features four bedrooms and four baths.
Built in the hills of the British Virgin Islands, the Tower House commands impressive views of Frenchman's Cay. It includes four bedrooms, four baths and multiple living spaces that blend seamlessly with outdoor patios and balconies and their breathtaking panoramas.
With an oversized fireplace, stunning pitch-beamed ceilings, and ocean views from both its balcony and cheerful sitting area, the master bedroom provides unparalleled serenity. A full dressing room and large, open bathroom with dual vanities and additional ocean views from the oversized soaking tub complete the master suite.
Reminiscent of a European villa, this luxurious home features balconies, a portico, a tile roof, decorative arches, columns and high ceilings — all hallmarks of Mediterranean style. The generously sized home boasts more than 11,000 square feet, including five bedrooms, multiple staircases, an elevator, a circular driveway and a three-car garage.
Located in the stunning Intracoastal Waterway of Fort Lauderdale, this spacious 5,874-square-foot residence boasts six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. The space capitalizes on the home’s 24-foot ceilings in the common areas and the views from the wraparound balconies to create a feeling of openness and tranquility. Neutral tones with dark accents create a contrast and a rich look. The soft touch in the drapery creates a more inviting display, while the deep tones of the floor add warmth to the room.
Even shipping container homes are bigger in Texas. Called PV14 House, since it uses 14 shipping containers, this Dallas home from M Gooden Design is one of the largest at 3,700 square feet. This home contains three bedrooms, a den, entertainment area, three-and-a-half bathrooms and a two-car garage. There’s also a small penthouse and a large roof deck. A glass-fronted second floor, complete with a full-length balcony, maximizes prime views of a lake and park across the way.