As seen on HGTV's Elbow Room, the bedroom utilizes the angled roof line and features plenty of closet space, bold blue colors and a moveable bed that can be placed at the window for a beautiful lake view. The closets have custom designed wood doors that add a modern flare to the space. After the master suite renovation by licensed contractor Chip Wade, the Van Hattums now have a beautiful master suite and bathroom which combines their love for the old world style and modern conveniences.
To add a touch of high design, simple ready-made bifold closet doors were given an update with fabric and batting. For a not-too-overwhelming pattern, a transitional geometric with shades of charcoal, beige and brown was used.
The crux of this dramatic penthouse design is set on contrast, as a black and white color palette anchors the space. To help connect the lounge space to the rest of the home's elegant design, designers replaced the apartment's standard doors with custom, heavy doors that were painted black. They also added black casings around each of the doors to create a uniform look throughout the enfilade.
Make your dorm door stand out with a ceiling-to-floor greeting to your fellow dorm dwellers. To recreate this look, use scraps of painter's tape to divide your door into five equal sections, then outline each letter with colorful wash tape. Go back and add geometric details, if desired.
The smooth wood in this kitchen gives a warm, homey feel to the modern design. Sliding doors with frosted glass panels slide to reveal or conceal shelving and storage. Off-white countertops and floor tiles keep the color scheme very neutral and calm. A single pendant light hangs above the stove to contribute extra light to the island.
The front door draws the eye in the midst of the surrounding bright, white walls and smooth stone patio. The distressed wood door frame displays patches of faded red coloring for a weathered and antique finish. A collection of potted plants compliment the green grate design over the doors.
The open floor keeps a very spacious feel in this dining room. A large turquoise accordion door lets in ample natural light for a bright atmosphere. The light reflects off the shiny white dining table and matching white bucket chairs. A large globe pendant light has a textured finish for a simple contrast to the smooth design elements.
From the moment you step in the front door, designer Kristina Wolf played up the home's dominant Craftsman features. White interior columns and wide molding stand out against the powdery blue walls in the foyer.
To help choose the perfect shade of green for the gazebo door, designer Vanessa Matsalla took to Instagram for her followers' approval. They chose this lovely, deep teal color to bring warmth to the space from the outside.
For a touch of farmhouse style, the closet door of the sleeping cabin was customized with a barn door design. Homeowners with wood plank walls and doors can add a clean, graphic look by simply painting the doors white.
This family bathroom was able to incorporate two vanity stations by putting one in the water closet, set off by hinge pivot doors. Designer Amanda Maday also used mismatched knobs to create an organization system for each member of the family.
The neutral tones in this stylish living room are accented with soft blue from the roman shades, velvet stools and leather tufted coffee table. A brown shag rug matches the marble fireplace surround. Starbursts decorate the wall over a neutral buffet with a weaved cabinet door design.