A festive dining area with mismatched chairs is located just off the kitchen. Architectural elements, pops of bright color and funky antiques work together to create a charming, offbeat space for entertaining.
Sheer charcoal draperies play up the towering height of this two-story loft living area, yet are light enough to not overpower the space. The asymmetrical orange stripes pull the wall color upward for cohesion and keep the second story wall space from looking dull.
An overstuffed sofa and casual accessories give this narrow living room an inviting charm while streamlined tables and up-high storage add depth and flow to the neutral space. Twin windows on the far wall make the contemporary-style room feel very open.
A long wood dining table fits perfectly in this narrow dining space. Light colors help to expand the look of the available space. White patterned chairs line the table matching the detailing of the molding, white and gold forest painting and drooping white floral centerpiece. A crystal chandelier hangs above finishing the design with shine.
This romantic, neutral master bathroom from HGTV Dream Home 2009 is a feast for the eyes. At the end of the long, narrow room sits a grand Victorian-style tub, offset by gleaming hardwood floors. Custom cabinetry offers ample room for double vanities and plenty of storage.
A carefully planned door allowed for maximum light to flood the room. A transom above was created to emphasize the height in an otherwise narrow room. Mid construction, six skylights were added to continue to keep the space light, bright and open, giving the illusion of a much grander space!
In the kitchen, the design mixes the farmhouse-like architecture with antique details and chef's grade appliances for a space that's totally efficient and totally charming. A vintage butcher block table makes an ideal petite island in the relatively narrow room.
In this beautiful modern kitchen, rippled glass makes for a stylish and efficient cabinet door, offering both texture and visual interest and an easy way to see what's inside. Deep countertops offer up the maximum prep area for the relatively narrow room.
Black subway tile makes a sleek backsplash for this modern bathroom, complemented by the black-and-white chevron-striped shower curtain. A large black-framed mirror creates a sense of space in the narrow room.