A space-saving pedestal sink and streamlined toilet make this small area seem more open and airy, as seen on HGTV's "Flipping the Block." Reclaimed wood artwork and gray walls coordinate with the color scheme used throughout the condo.
An open plan kitchen is a must for a lake house that often hosts a crowd. White walls and delicate pendant lights uplift the space, while a reclaimed wood ceiling and island infuse it with warmth and rustic personality. Five barstools encourage guests to take a seat and chat with the chef.
Inspired by local parks and landscapes, this eclectic home office uses a mixture of natural colors and textures. A reclaimed wood accent wall anchors the comfortable rolled-arm sofa, while a weathered wood table is used as a simple desk. A grassy green dresser adds a touch of bold yet earthy color to the space.
Warm, rustic wood meets industrial and urban design features in this San Diego tea bar. Just as the eating bar features reclaimed wood on black, iron legs, the accent wall blends a black-and-charcoal graffiti design above wood paneling for continuity in design.
A bright orange color is paired with bright white accents and contrasted with reclaimed wood shelving and stainless steel appliances in this stylish kitchen. A custom pot rack creates texture and useful storage on the wall. A white subway tile backsplash and gray flooring give the space a modern finish.
This nautical-themed teen bedroom brings together vintage and newfangled furniture and accessories, creating a space that feels interesting and contemporary. Unique items include the antique propeller above the twin bed, and the shelving unit made from pipes, ropes and reclaimed wood flooring. The striped wall provides a focal point, and adds a touch of fun and whimsy.
This rustic open concept kitchen and dining area features a custom wood table with bench, a deer antler chandelier, a breakfast bar Island with repurposed timber used for stools, dark wood cabinets, and knotty pine wall and ceiling paneling.
Nautical and tropical elements adorn this bright, open coastal kitchen. Reclaimed wood ceiling beams are reminiscent of driftwood washing up on shore, and the chandelier boasts heavy rope, as if from a sailboat. Horizontally paneled, white painted walls add to the seaside charm.
Thanks to a clever transformation of reclaimed materials and a bold color palette, this 60-square-foot bathroom is reimagined as a homage to whimsy for this homeowner. Design elements include a chalkboard wall, bright red tub and sink, and reclaimed wood paneling for walls and ceiling.