This high-rise San Francisco condo features a contemporary white open plan kitchen with bright orange barstools, an accent color carried through by two armchairs in the adjacent seating area. A large sea anemone ceiling light nods to the panoramic bay views.
Hinges on these custom kitchen cabinets allow the doors to lift vertically, revealing a collection of stemware and bar glasses. The cabinets, from a condo featured on HGTV's series Million Dollar Rooms, are streamlined with minimal adornment, a hallmark of modern design.
A space-saving pedestal sink and streamlined toilet make this small area seem more open and airy, as seen on HGTV's "Flipping the Block." Reclaimed wood artwork and gray walls coordinate with the color scheme used throughout the condo.
"Existing in this condo was this strange alcove adjacent to the dining room," said designer Debbie Perez. "Knowing our clients love eclectic, reclaimed and funky things, we designed a custom dry bar to look like it was made from salvaged metal and old drawer pulls."
Not an inch of space goes to waste in this condo! With a little creativity and some shelving, the designers transformed a blank wall into a display for the couple's favorite photos and keepsakes. Thanks to the coral backdrop, the shelves really stand out.
The designers for this condo, located in the Back Bay of Boston, renovated the kitchen, dining, living area and bathroom, updating the space while still maintaining the beautiful original details. Here, the kitchen opens up from the living room, featuring tailored lines and streamlined efficiency.
As seen on Beach Flip, contestants Martha and Alex turned the first floor guest bedroom into an office and reading space at the renovated Comfort Breeze condo. The decorated with nautical details and installed pine wainscoting around the room.
A wall of glass opens this beachfront condo to the balcony beyond, providing unfettered access to the stunning ocean view. Inside, exposed concrete and clean-lined, Mid-Century-inspired furnishings mix with soft, luxurious accessories, giving the home an elegant, yet relaxing vibe.
This newly-married tech couple from the South Bay enlisted Interior Design Fair’s help to transform their San Francisco condo into a comfortable urban getaway. They combine his love of soothing, modern lines with her love of vibrant hues and playful textiles.