This custom Murphy bed with storage cabinets and a pull-out nightstand by Tailored Living is a wonderful way to maximize space. Available in multiple sizes, the unit folds up when not in use so you can quickly convert a bedroom into a home office, a space for crafts or sewing room.
The contemporary kids' bedroom in HGTV Smart Home 2014 is decorated in warm shades of orange, gray and beige and features a custom built-in window seat with extra storage. From streaming music to watching TV, everything in the space is controlled via tablet or smartphone.
Full of whimsy and style, this gray and white nursery proves that kids' rooms can and should be just as chic as adult bedrooms. The white swan rocker appeals to both children and adults for its pretty form and playful function. Although currently serving as a changing table, the versatile white dresser provides storage from infancy into teenage years.
This beautiful girl's bedroom is carved into the eaves of Cooking Channel star Tiffani Thiessen's home. Clever storage ideas make maximum use of the room's many angles. An all-white color palette gets punch from swaths of pink, including bold pink doors. Large windows and a pair of window seats bring in loads of natural light.
The inviting queen bed includes a custom bed frame made with whitewashed planks of wood that create a look similar to a classic white fence. An industrial-style chest with metal frame and engineered wood finish on one side has three drawers for handy storage of bedroom essentials, with a clear glass table lamp with cotton shade on top for nighttime reading.
The low-profile TV that mounts flat to the wall across from the end of the bed includes a special art mode that offers the chance to turn the bedroom into an art gallery. A stylish modern red two-drawer console table with open and closed storage sits under the advanced TV.
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.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson borrowed 15 square feet from the adjacent guest bedroom to carve out space for this chic bathroom vanity. To give the room a first class feel, Sarah added a large silver-framed round mirror, a mosaic tile backsplash and a floating, custom-built wood cabinet with plenty of extra storage.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson borrowed 15 square feet from the adjacent guest bedroom to carve out space for this spa-like bathroom vanity. To give the room a first class feel, Sarah added a large silver-framed round mirror, a mosaic tile backsplash and a floating, custom-built wood cabinet with plenty of storage space.
To match the luxurious master bedroom, the master bath brings an air of elegance with a pair of dazzling chandeliers, a flatscreen TV, a fireplace and marble flooring. The beautiful his and hers vanity features ample storage both on and below the countertop, and a soaking tub is strategically placed by the window to take advantage of the stunning views of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
Working from the architectural plans for a yet to be constructed new home, the designer allocated space for the bedroom, large walk-in closet, and also created the footprint for the en suite bathroom. Stacked wall storage units for paper products are arranged to mimic architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s stacked repetition detail. Flush shower ceiling tile and the wood ceiling alignment created an uninterrupted clean look.
The guest bedroom features a mix of vintage pieces among the modern elements. A peacock chair is a statement piece that truly stands out. It’s also a perfect complement to the Caribbean feel that Camille and Joe were going for in this room. IKEA’s Expedit shelf adds additional room for storage for guests. A potted plant in a pink planter adds to the room’s palette of green and pink.
Turn a bookcase into a headboard. Jo Torrijos, a blogger from Atlanta, transformed a freebie bookcase from a friend into a functional and fashionable headboard in this bedroom. “Since I need room to store books, magazines and styling props, using this as a headboard provides plenty of storage and also doubles as nightstands where I can place a pair of lamps and any other bedside necessities,” says Torrijos.
This Manhattan penthouse was fashioned by a previous owner out of storage rooms, a one bedroom apartment and unused space in the building’s decorative turret. Foley Fiore Architecture were tasked by the current owners to remodel the space to update the home to include ample communal living spaces comfortable for a young family with two teenage children. The living room includes a stylish, modern fireplace with a ceiling-mounted daybed swing.
This gray and red boys' bedroom is perfect for this family's little ones. With cool modern bunkbeds that have storage built in, there is plenty of space left on the floor to play. On either side of the bunk bed, matching bookshelves let each boy have a space to express himself. The room is bathed in plenty of light from the windows, so the space is still bright and exciting.
Chip and his team from HGTV's hit show Elbow Room remodeled the Struves' home office so that it had a separate entrance that keeps guests and clients out of the couple's bedroom. They also added features such as noise canceling walls to keep any distracting noises away from them as they work. There is extra storage in the office now as well as cool modern furniture and accents that appeal to the couple's creative side.
With a window between the bedroom and bathroom, plenty of natural light is able to flow into the room and make the space brighter. The sleek modern cabinets and clean white countertop and wall color makes the small space look larger and very clean, while the backsplash around the tub helps to give the walls a bit of color. The cabinets give the space much needed storage, while the double vanities make getting ready in the morning much easier.
The Struve residence after the home office renovation by licensed contractor Chip Wade. Before the renovation, the Struves were running their graphic design business out of a small open air loft which had no noise canceling features and was only accessible through their bedroom. As part of the renovation, Chip Wade created a full home office complete with four walls to cancel out any distracting noise, convertible desks, a conference table (pictured), hidden storage, a separate entrance to the office and fun modern furnishings, as seen on HGTV and DIY Network's Elbow Room.