A granite countertop and double vanity anchor the spacious kids bathroom from HGTV Dream Home 2014. Industrial touches, like the galvanized steel storage totes, are accented with matching metal wall lamps and a white mirror bordered in red.
In this neutral nursery, a vintage dresser does double duty as a changing table for now but can later return to its original function when the child is older. Above it, a dark-framed oval mirror echoes the style of the crib and the classic hardware on the dresser drawers.
A double sink can help avoid bedtime bottleneck in the bathroom when kids are trying to brush their teeth and wash up at the same time. This bathroom from Cortney Bishop Design incorporates a trough sink -- a stylish alternative to double sinks -- as well as shiplap walls, a large mirror and a patterned tile floor.
StudioHue designed this nursery with tons of storage for a growing and changing child. The built-in wall unit features shelves, cubbies and drawers that are a boon for quick and easy access for parents on the go. The sweet mirrored butterfly that is centered in the unit is a pleasing accent.
A vibrant shade of blue, this kids bedroom is the perfect design for a boy. Space was limited, so a slipcovered armchair and small acrylic desk provide a place to work on homework, while the mirror includes an indoor basketball hoop to practice the perfect shot. The dresser resembles a locker, adding to the cool factor.
Geometric multicolor patterns and bold hues complete this contemporary kid-friendly family room by Kandrac & Kole Interior Design. A wood storage cabinet holds a media system on one side of the fireplace, while the other side serves as a reading corner with furry white stools. The room also has a sectional and white desks. Above the cabinet is a mirror made out of recycled paint cans.
Most designers prefer to stay consistent with metal finishes in dining rooms, from the hardware and lighting and down to the flatware on the table. While stainless steel and pewter have remained the most popular choice nationwide, antique brass is a more unique yet classic and timeless option. In this dining room, brass was used on the chandelier, the Brutalist mirror sculpture and in the framing of the children’s art.
A fun and modern kids bathroom with loads of style. The pattern geometric tile was fun and playful and is the perfect inspiration for the rest of the finishes. The floor tile is so unique and it adds some flair to the otherwise stark space. In keeping with the geometric theme we added the round mirror and sconces and the square shower head to compliment the floor. A simple vanity highlights the floor and shower pattern tile.
No TV allowed in this family room! The clients' main desire was to enjoy the company of friends and family without having to talk over an entertainment system. Custom built-in cabinets with mirrored backsplashes reflect light around the room, while the cabinet doors added interest on either side of the brick fireplace. Super comfy and kid-friendly fabrics were used on the furniture for a worry-free entertaining space.