To create function in this long, narrow bathroom, designers chose slim, extended length fixtures. To add a touch of glamour to the space, gray and white tile was installed on the floors and halfway up the wall, while the wood vanity adds storage and warmth.
Virtually any bedroom nook can be turned into your own walk-in closet. HGTV fan CvilleJanice turned some extra space located off the master bedroom into a high-end walk-in closet by adding custom floor-to-ceiling wooden built-ins. The combination of shelves, racks, cabinets and drawers offers an abundance of storage that would typically be unimaginable in such a small space.
To keep this narrow hallway from becoming a dead space, designers added the family's artwork, making the unused space an art gallery. The colonnade effect creates a beautiful backdrop for the feature piece of the collection.
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.
The kitchen island was painted a soft navy and topped with white Imperial Danby marble to create depth within the space. The eat-in kitchen opens up directly to the outdoor pool area, perfect for indoor-outdoor entertaining.
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.
Black-painted walls give this nook a cozy vibe while complementing the narrow rustic bar waiting to welcome guests. Wall shelves offer convenient storage, while a collection of vintage mirrors visually enlarges the space.
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.