As seen on Beach Flip, a southern view showing the new landscaping that contestants Martha and Alex added at the renovated Comfort Breeze condo. They also built a new beach shower area and installed a flag pole.
A play of cool and warm materials and finishes ups the drama factor of this contemporary spiral staircase. Dark wood steps pivot around a metal central pole. Slate tile on the upstairs floor complements the stairway's crisp metal rails.
The end of the kitchen island is covered in the same hand-scraped solid White Oak planks as the refrigerator and freezer to complete the homeowners' request for something organic and unique. The planks are arranged in a chevron pattern to add a fun detail to the island and refrigerator and freezer. To offset the weight of the cantilevered countertop that extends from the island's base cabinets, brass poles were added to the outer corners of this piece. These brass poles match the brass fixtures in the rest of the kitchen, creating a continuous design throughout the space.
With custom-built storage and a brown and white color scheme, the master closet is a stylish and functional extension of the master bedroom and bathroom design of the HGTV Smart Home 2014. For seasonal clothing, two pull-down valet poles are handy additions.
The original plain white metal staircase is completely redesigned by encasing them in the same walnut used for the feature wall. Floor-to-ceiling copper poles are used an unexpected handrail, and an indoor swing hangs at the base of the stairwell for a playful touch.
The tiny house is made up of two trailers. One serves as a bedroom, and a porch connects to another trailer. A storage rack built down from the ceiling houses the clients' fishing poles and camping gear. For tiny homes, you must use every square inch of storage!
The original 1970s house was constructed on a series of telephone poles cantilevered off the canyon floor. The basement is transformed into a contemporary media room with comfortable black sectional facing a large flatscreen TV. A striped area rug adds visual texture underneath, while sliding glass doors lead out to a sleek outdoor living area.
The original 1970s house was constructed on a series of telephone poles cantilevered off the canyon floor, so the unique structural system becomes a part of the design renovation. For the home office, a floating desk looks out through a picturesque window. A bright orange chair brings a burst of color to the space.
The contemporary kitchen features a black-and-white color palette with stainless steel accents. The large black island with a stainless steel countertop provides bar dining with sleek barstools. The original 1970s house was constructed on a series of telephone poles cantilevered off the canyon floor, so they become a unique part of the interior design.
Powder rooms are an excellent space in which to go bold with design. The bathroom in this coastal New Hampshire home features bold, watery blue subway tile, which echoes other blue design elements used throughout the entire home. Exposed bulbs strung from a metal pole above the sink and toilet offer a playful look in the space.
Painted clouds and city streets provide a fun and playful backdrop for this kid's bedroom. The contemporary bunk bed includes a fireman pole and slide for exciting exits from the top bunk. A hanging globe chair creates a comfortable swing above the blue and green checked rug, and an airplane light fixture is the perfect touch to complete the space.
Sleek black cabinets are paired with clean white countertops in this bright and open contemporary kitchen. Large picturesque windows provide beautiful views and allow the space to be filled with natural light. The original 1970s house was constructed on a series of telephone poles cantilevered off the canyon floor, and they become a part of the design of the house.
You’ve seen regular outdoor umbrellas no doubt, but here’s a clever solution for tiny spaces. This Outdoor Half Umbrella with Pole, $299 from Grandin Road, is the perfect shade over a door, on a balcony or along walls or windows. You won’t have to mount it, as it comes with a sturdy base that keeps the half-umbrella tightly against any flat surface.
A light wood bunk bed features circular cutouts, a fireman's pole and a slide leading from the top bunk to the floor for a fun and playful bedroom design. A blue and green checkered rug creates a turf-like look and matches the green and blue hues used in the cityscape wall mural. A hanging chair dangles below painted clouds for a swing-like element.