In the remodel of this one-bedroom flat, the kitchen and dining area were opened up to connect to the living room. The homeowner wanted an exposed brick accent wall. The solution: a rosy pink brick from Brickit that pairs handsomely with the dark wood cabinets and brass accents. Kitchen cabinets: Ikea; Hardware: Anthropologie
The galley-style kitchen opens off the hall past the bedroom. Stainless steel appliances are softened with a rich and zesty shade of orange. Open shelves hold mementos and art from travels around the world.
This master bedroom has a private porch and morning kitchen so coffee can be enjoyed as the sun rises. Graphic curtains can be pushed aside to open the double French doors that lead to the covered porch.
A new two-story extension was added to the house. The ground floor comprises the new dining room, kitchen, bathroom and guest bedroom. The second floor is a bright loft space that is used as an office.
This 12-by-17-foot apartment does not leave much space for creating a separate bedroom, kitchen and living room, but the neutral color scheme and warm accessories provide an open feel with the intimacy of a small space. "My biggest challenge was creating a space that did not feel like a bedroom. I placed the bed next to the kitchen to allow maximum light and views out the windows," HGTV fan moderngeek73 says. Tip: Keep furniture and decor to a minimum if your space is extra small. Use small light fixtures and furnishings.
In this master bedroom, a 19th-century French kitchen table becomes a desk by adding a midcentury club chair. The oversized floor lamp and custom daybed create an inviting space, while the natural wool area rug warms the room.
As seen on season 1 of Tiny Luxury, this tiny house kitchen features a full-sized stainless steel refrigerator, large skylight, custom wood shelving, red oak hardwood floors, a separate bathroom and a cozy lofted guest bedroom.
The kitchen island is so spacious that the owners can actually use it for meal-prep and entertaining guests. Gold hardware gives the sink a luxe touch and also speaks to the hinges on the owners' bedroom door.
When selecting paint sheens, keep in mind that shiny surfaces help to make a small space feel larger because they are reflective, like in this modern kitchen with high-gloss orange cabinets. Use a semigloss sheen to visually expand a small kitchen or bathroom. Softer sheens, such as satin or eggshell, give bedrooms — especially kids' rooms and living areas — a more subtle finish.
Built in 1891 in Evanston, Illinois, the house showcases the Tudor Revival style of architecture. The inside has received respectful modern upgrades over the years to keep the kitchen, living areas and seven bedrooms comfortable for today's needs.
This magnificent 4300 sq. ft. home has been perfectly restored in Second Empire style. The two-story New Orleans home offers stunning architectural details, both inside and out, expansive bedrooms, an eat-in kitchen and gated parking.
This spacious kitchen has a warm, yet modern look that is enhanced with the combination of glass, stone and various textures throughout. The U-shaped design allows access to the central courtyard from all bedrooms and great room perfect for sophisticated entertaining.
This master bedroom seen on HGTV's Kitchen Cousins is a good example of how to turn old into new, without spending a lot of money. The Kitchen Cousins replaced the old carpet with new carpet tile by Flor, added new bed linens, and applied new paint. The old ceiling fan is gone and replaced with a simple modern light fixture.
As seen on Good Bones, a former rundown bedroom is transformed into an elegant kitchen with butcher block countertops and a granite bar. There is plenty of counter space and storage in this kitchen, with upper and lower cabinets surrounding the room, and modern, open shelving to display unique pieces. To complete the space, stainless steel appliances were added to finish out the sleek look.
Stepping inside the home reveals a bright and airy living room, with broad windows and sliding glass doors that maximize ocean breezes and sunlight. The villa also includes six bedrooms, five baths, a sophisticated dining area, open kitchen and eclectic art pieces.
This modern four bedroom, four bath home features a grand open plan kitchen, dining and living space. Neutral white and gray tones keep the space feeling airy with bright, vaulted ceilings overhead and natural light pouring in from the sliding glass door to the outdoor patio.
Fully restored to its own glory, this Palazzo in Rabat, Malta boasts 10,700 square feet and features a well-designed kitchen by Antonio Citterio, five en-suite bedrooms, library and wine cellar. Soft blue doors and shutters are paired with sand-colored stone for a soothing, inviting Mediterranean exterior.