Out back, stepping stones lead to a little bungalow that sleeps up to four guests. Though the space seems small, it actually features a sitting area, kitchenette and a platform bed with two nightstands.
A guest suite offers sleep space for two, a spot to watch to TV, a fully equipped kitchenette and private bathroom. Wood beams running along the vaulted ceiling offer a more casual take on the style of the main house.
As seen on America's Most Desperate Kitchens, Kitchen Cousins John Colaneri and Anthony Carrino transformed a tiny kitchenette-style space into this impressive and versatile new kitchen with an open feel and free-flowing access to surrounding rooms.
After a long day on the farm, guests will love coming back to this cozy cottage, which includes its own sitting area, kitchenette and platform bed. Vaulted ceilings and large picture windows help the interior feel a little more spacious.
The goal of this home's scenic roof deck was for it to function as an outdoor apartment. To achieve this, the designers equipped it with a Moroccan day bed, dining table, kitchenette, bathroom and a living room area with a stone fireplace.
In addition to the main residence, a gate house is generously comprised of 2,000 square feet in a separate compound. Amenities include an extra bedroom and bathroom, a workshop, large lanais with a kitchenette, additional laundry facilities, a garden storage hut and a garage.
This cottage is only 650 square feet—basically one large room with a bath and kitchenette off to the side. Instead of trying to work a sleeping area into the layout, the designer opted for a Murphy bed stored vertically within the wall, and hid it behind this oversized woven walnut door.
The apartment above the detached garage can operate as a second residence and includes a bedroom with kitchenette and bath plus two additional bedrooms that share a bath. This Southern Colonial-style country house is a City of Houston Protected Landmark, as the last residence designed by Houston architect Birdsall Briscoe.
The studio's ducts and copper pipes exposed to save on budget and a new concrete floor was poured on top of the old floor. New 1" LED lights were added to the front of the meeting lounge space. White paint brightened up the original brick walls and complemented new walls for the bathroom, kitchenette and storage area.
Kitchen Cousins John Colaneri and Anthony Carrino transformed a tiny kitchenette-style space into this impressive and versatile new kitchen with an open feel and free-flowing access to surrounding rooms. Walls were removed to remedy a confining, maze-like arrangement, and the floor plan for the kitchen as well as surrounding spaces was substantially reconfigured.