The best way to make your shed feel like a sanctuary and escape says Sherrod, is to target what you will use the shed for. "Regardless of what you are creating – whether it be an art studio, workshop, meditation, hobby room or garden retreat – having an idea of how you’ll use your space will help tremendously when creating a place to feel at home and decompress."
Team Jonathan takes on a similar home to Team Drew's: a 1967 tract-style house with five bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms and a current market value of $700,000. Homeowners Eli and Irina desperately want an updated master suite with more color, more closet space and a more efficient layout in the bathroom as seen on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother.
This home, based in Miami Beach, makes clever use of its outdoor space, planning patios that duck in and around the cantilevered residence plus an L-shaped pool. Green glass is a fun choice for these sliding doors.
Hoping to please a young single bachelor with a keen eye for modern and contemporary design, Justine Sterling set out to modernize his open plan living space and also provide her client with a functional design. The narrow living room space was one of the biggest challenges in the space planning. Here, Sterling designed a small work space and sitting area with built-in bookshelves around the fireplace to neatly display books and personal treasures.
A pool table and game table are treated to spectacular views in this contemporary beach house in Newport Beach, California. Throughout the home, intentional and innovative space planning fills the vast, open floor plan with a natural flow of intimate gathering areas designed to enhance the family feel within a grand residence. Black accents contrast nicely with white walls.