White-paneled walls and large windows create a bright, open living room in this converted barn, as seen on HGTV's Elbow Room. A pair of striped green chairs and chevron-patterned pillows add interest to the space.
A second-floor sunroom was converted into this master bathroom, which required a bit of creativity in order to achieve enough privacy to make the homeowner comfortable. The black windows provide contrast against the light walls and white trim.
The open living space in this converted barn offers a prime view of the eat-in kitchen and sleeping loft above. Large windows fill the space with natural light while the vaulted ceiling visually expands the living area.
A bold teal spiral-shaped pendant lights up the contemporary dining room of this converted industrial warehouse. Exposed brick walls and wide windows fill the open living space with light and style. Pinstriped chairs tie in with other orange accents laced throughout the neutral room.
A second-floor sunroom was converted into this master bathroom, which required a bit of creativity in order to achieve enough privacy to make the homeowner comfortable. The dark grout ties in the black windows, and the white soaking tub coordinates beautifully with the white subway tile.
Striped walls lend a chic vibe to this living room, which was converted from a garage. A pair of floral chairs provide pattern and a nice contrast to the neutral low-profile sofa. An area rug defines the sitting area, while windows in the garage door allow plenty of natural light to flow through the room.
This room formerly housed miscellaneous junk; designers converted into a family study space. Beneath the existing bookcases, a desk was built with room enough for two computers. The bookcases' light color is a crisp contrast with the dark walls and trio of patterns on the window shade, sofa and rug.
The original window and built-in cabinets were retained since they are a desirable and authentic feature of the home's period. An antique table converted into a vanity with vessel sink adds a timeless touch. Subway tile lines the wall of this bathroom space, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
Instead of leaving the wall above the staircase that leads into the third floor master suite, the space is converted into a gallery wall showcasing everything from photography to sea-inspired sculpture. Natural light from the adjacent window highlights the art and keeps the space feeling bright and airy.
The original window and built-in cabinets were retained since they are a desirable and authentic feature of the home's period. An antique table converted into a vanity with vessel sink adds a timeless touch. And though white subway tile did not make an appearance in the kitchen, rest assured that it's in full evidence in the remodeled bathroom, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
As seen on HGTV's America's Most Desperate Kitchens, designers were able to open up the floor plan to create a larger kitchen space and to add a large island with integrated range and a generous amount of storage space. A pass through window was closed off to convert the old dining room into a bar area with additional storage.
To accommodate as many people as possible, designers combined the exercise space and photography studio into an expansive, communal sleeping area with space for up to 10 people. Inspired by railway sleeping cars, the double-decker, double-sized bunk beds are cozy, comfortable and private, with well-appointed interiors including reading lights and book nooks. A comfy window seat doubles as day bed, and converts to a trundle bed when needed, while deep drawers provide plenty of storage space.