This transitional style bedroom is sparse on furniture, but big on design. The large window with curtains floods the space with natural light, spotlighting the crisp lines of the leather upholstered bed, the contemporary artwork, and more traditional seating area.
Upon entering this NYC penthouse, the oversized windows welcome an abundance of light from all directions, keeping the home bright and airy. The solid white oak floors ground the living space with custom shelving and plenty of seating for guests.
A window spans the full back wall in this modern bedroom, flooding the room with light and a beautiful view. Bed linens in shades of gray are complemented by the graphic gray rug. The wood side table matches the light hardwood flooring for a cohesive look.
This modern neutral toned bedroom has a contemporary platform bed with white, black, and brown bed linens, floor to ceiling windows, contemporary dresser and side chair, and modern wood paneled ceiling.
This open concept, urban home in Austin, TX, offers more seating for guests in this bonus living space. With ceiling fans above and plenty of comfortable seating below, take in all the views of the outdoors, or seclude yourself from the dining area with the hidden pocket door.
To bring an interesting focal point to the guest bedroom, Pineapple House designers made a window seat and/or daybed in an oversized dormer window. The windows were so high that steps were added for access to the perch. Panels across the bottom of the built-in are created via thumbtacks into the upholstered base.
An oversized window spans the entire length of this modern kitchen, bathing the space in natural light and offering the chef a stunning view. Rich wood cabinetry creates warmth in the otherwise light-hued space.
Designers often use oversized mirrors in small spaces to help reflect light and make the spaces feel larger than they actually are. A twist on this idea is to choose architectural-style mirrors which create the illusion of an extra window or door.