This condo is full of luxurious textiles, rich color palettes, attractive textures and a daring mix of old and new. Traditional accessories and furnishings inspired by the Orient were combined with modern installations. These components are what make innovation and finesse ooze from the space.
This open dining area features a beautiful kitchen table that can serve for both casual and formal dining. The new wood floors, bright paint, and modern chandelier brighten and warm the space, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
The backyard of this newly built home includes the perfect outdoor living space. Complete with multiple patio levels, an infinity edge pool with spillway, a cabana, tiered planting beds and retaining walls and a meticulously maintained lawn area, this space is elegant and functional for the whole family.
On the lake side of this newly renovated home, designers incorporated a patio into the home's entertainment space. The large back patio space includes a dining table with an umbrella, making the space usable even on sunny and drizzly days, as well as a lounge area with a view of the lake. Leading off from the patio, a landscaped walkway gives the homeowners safe passage to the lake below.
As seen on HGTV and DIY Network's Elbow Room, the Jackson residence in Atlanta, GA is now fully equipped for outdoor entertaining and play area for the kids after the backyard renovation by licensed contractor Chip Wade and his team. Renovations included a new outdoor entertaining/grill area, a trampoline, fire pit and seating area for guests, landscaping, and tumble mat for their three daughters.
Architect Adam Kalkin, co-founder of Industrial Zombie, has made a name for himself by taking shipping container design to the next level. Bunny Lane in rural New Jersey is a real mind blower, as it looks as though a shipping container swallowed a traditional house. The latter is a replica of a 19th-century cottage, complete with a porch, and could easily exist as a stand-alone structure. Unlike, say, a museum exhibit, both spaces are furnished and easily flow into each other. In another trippy twist, there’s even a three-story wall of nine cube-shaped rooms (glassed in), creating a real-life dollhouse effect.
Rayman Boozer is the founder and principal designer of
Apartment 48 Interior Design, a Manhattan-based firm with a varied client list and a deep portfolio of impressive spaces to its credit. With clients ranging from major companies to individual residences, the firm provides Rayman ample opportunity to be creative with interiors. But as a tour of his gorgeous home reveals, he may be keeping some of his most exciting ideas to himself.
What might be considered wasted space is transformed into a simple home office space with a tremendous view. The slab desk provides just enough space for a drawer to stow items when not in use, and the window overlooks New York City's Highline.
A canopy of soothing green bamboo leaves hangs over an outdoor shower area with hardwood ipe flooring. A Buddha sculpture enhances this outdoor area's calming ambiance, creating a tranquil escape from the surrounding bustle of New York City's Soho district.
The loft area in this renovated shotgun home was created to be an office and second living room space. It features custom made suitcase shelving, new wood flooring and custom wall art, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
This area used to be unattractive wooden storage racks on the left and an exposed laundry room against the back wall. It's now a fun new game room with extra space to run and play designed by Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri from HGTV's hit show Cousins on Call.
Like the main house, this garage-turned-guest space has a farmhouse exterior that was inspired by the barns of New England. Ornamental grasses flank the structure on either side and further that charming, country vibe.
The Klingshirns wanted a practical functional space to replace their closed in dysfunctional kitchen in their older home. Chip Wade and his crew from HGTV's hit show Elbow Room removed several walls to open up their space and added modern conveniences such as new appliances and more work space.
This major condominium remodel combined the penthouse unit with an adjacent two-story unit in the historic cable building. The new floor plan opens the kitchen up to the dining room and intimate seating area. Each window features a gray cushion and red throw pillow for a comfortable window seat.
From inside the new living room you get a spectacular open view of the adjoining patio/courtyard. Notice the folding door system by Nanawall on the far right which allows you to close the open living room when weather in unfavorable.