HGTV Design Star All Stars transformed this multi-purpose game room with cool blue hues and transitional furniture. Behind the stylish sofa, a dart board is ready to see some action, while vintage checker boards and an old movie reel adorn the wall.
The multi-purpose family room creates an environment where the family can gather, relax, watch movies and play. Furniture placement was the key to successfully creating separate but cohesive living areas.
As seen on season 1 of Tiny Luxury, a custom-built leather sofa in this cozy living room is the perfect place for a family of five to relax and watch a movie. The space also features hardwood floors, industrial sconce light fixtures and a sliding wall that expands to reveal a bedroom.
This room has it all. A home office, media room, cozy den and outdoor living room all coexist within a refined palette. Always look for storage solutions that blend with your interior -- a home office need not look like work.
Inspired by the colors of an Asian botanical-print rug, warm tones and varied textures bring cozy harmony to this multi-purpose room. A grass cloth wall covering, woven shades and a suede-covered Arne Jacobsen Egg chair mix with a wool boucle daybed, custom designed for the space.
A family space for play and relaxation replaces the disorganized pile of toys in this bonus room. "I’m not a fan of multi-purpose rooms, but this works," says judge and Love It or List It host David Visentin, as seen on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother.
This multi-purpose room has clever tricks up its sleeve. The space functions as a home office most of the time, but when overnight guests are in town, a Murphy bed comes down between the bookcases. Built-in cabinets double as office storage and sleek nightstands. If the room needs more floor space, the desk also flips up to be flush with the zebrawood millwork.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah transformed this once cramped and dated basement into a modern, multi-purpose family room. Rustic, functional decor in sleek blue and gray hues perfectly complements the home's original, wood-burning stone fireplace. For easy entertaining, Sarah added extra storage, plenty of seating and mounted a large flat-screen TV above the mantel.
This multi-purpose "do room" in HGTV Green Home 2011 includes a casual-chic seating area with two slipper chairs, upholstered in classic houndstooth print. They sit atop a carpet-square rug and a Grecian key fabric throw pillows rests on each chair. A natural wood lamp with iron stud accents and linen shade provides additional light on overcast days. A barn door, constructed of beetle-kill pine wood, separates the room from the first floor.
Before the renovation, this loft was cluttered with a limiting layout and the homeowner's business papers scattered around the space. Now, the layout of the room is much more functional. The blue accent wall creates a focal point in the living area of this rustic loft, while the whitewashed cabinet softens the bold, blue color and serves as a functional storage piece for supplies and papers. In the center of the space, the coffee table perfectly fits the design, providing a versatile space for work and play. To help connect the living space with the adjoining master suite, an industrial pendant light and airy curtain give these loft spaces seamless cohesion.
HGTV's The Outdoor Room transformed an under-utilized backyard into this multi-purpose sunroom. A corrugated roof with skylights allows natural light to trickle in over a wooden desk, while floor-to-ceiling windows reveal a lush landscape beyond the walls.
The furniture was designed to be multi-functional in this dual-purpose dining/game room. Oversized ultra-comfortable chairs easily pull up to the table for dinner or round of card, while the square dining table makes for easy entertaining.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It, the Jowett family's multi purpose, open concept dining room/kitchen combo lacked a focal point. By moving the stairs to the basement, designer Hilary Farr was able to redefine the dining area and create a focal wall with built in shelving.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It, the Jowett family's multi-purpose, open concept dining room/kitchen combo lacked a focal point. By moving the stairs to the basement, designer Hilary Farr was able to redefine the dining area and create a focal wall with built in shelving.
This multi-purpose living area contains plenty of seating for the girls in the house. On one side of the room, an armoire conceals a television, and on the other side a piano rests between two windows that allow in plenty of natural light. This design makes this living room the perfect place to practice a sonata, have a movie night or just relax with friends.