A modern half-wall around the home's front entrance makes the front yard entertaining space semi-private and more functional, allowing the homeowners to make use of all their home's spaces, both indoor and out.
To give this Midcentury Modern living room personality and depth, designers added funky pattern, unique accents and cool textures to the space. A leopard print chair and blue patterned couch soften the space, making it feel intimate, while the modern furnishings, such as the end table and lamp, continue the modern design. Along the back wall, stone has been carried halfway up the wall. This stone conceals the television and also serves as a display for some of the modern art in the space, while the large giraffe statue draws the eye to this part of the space.
Half walls serve as room dividers to denote different areas in this open design. Natural lighting floods the floor for a bright and fresh look. A cushioned bed features floral bed covers and a mix of throw pillows. The soft green of the covers add understated color to the spa-like neutral tones.
As featured on America's Most Desperate Kitchens, before John and Anthony redesigned this home, the spaces felt closed in and separate, but when the Kitchen Cousins revamped the home's common spaces, they took out half of the wall separating the kitchen from the dining room and living room. This connected all three spaces physically and visually.
Featured on HGTV's America's Most Desperate Kitchens, both the kitchen and dining room areas were small and closed off, so designers John and Anthony took out part of the kitchen wall, creating a bar area that opens both spaces making them feel larger.
The beautiful dark marble in this modern bathroom is complemented by a brilliant, dark orange paint color. A tile accent strip ties the colors together. A floating white toilet and sink add some light color and modern design. A simple gray drawer unit allows for easy storage, keeping the space clean and enjoyable.
White square tile covers the lower half of this bathroom wall and then blends into the white paint. A mounted wood shelf and two-tone wicker basket create open towel and supply storage. A small plant pot matches the salmon colored wall art for a fun and simple pop of color to decorate the space.
Neutral marbled tile covering the lower half of this bathroom wall compliment the neutral tones in the slightly larger floor tiles. A decorative wood molding adds texture to the design and matches the wood finishes of the mounted cabinet. A white pedestal sink and toilet finish the traditional and timeless look.
Small white tile covers the floor of this bathroom and continues up the wall for half wall coverage. A floating sink extends on one side providing built in counter space. A wood shelf adds a warm touch of color to the white design.
An open walk in and half walls give this already spacious shower an even more open design, connecting it to the rest of the bathroom. Gold shower heads and storage cubbies are mirrored on either side of the built in bench. Neutral marble tile covers the fixture for a timeless look.
This powder room by Andreea Avram Rusu manages to be both modern and romantic. The various shades of rose in the tile soften the industrial vibe given off by the concrete sink and stainless steel toilet.
This half-bathroom was renovated by the homeowners themselves. After a fresh coat of white on the walls, the ceiling was painted seafoam green. Matching accessories create a polished look from top to bottom.
This neutral modern half bathroom boasts an impressive accent wall made entirely of a single slab of blue-and-white granite. The rich wood paneling on the ceiling, wall and floor offers a lovely contrast to the non-linear, organic design in the stone wall.