When Atlanta designer Brian Patrick Flynn reimagined this 750-square-foot attic apartment in Reykjavik he tapped into the magic of Iceland itself for inspiration -- from the captivating wildlife to the moody blues of the Arctic and Atlantic oceans.
This master bath remodel was sparked by a flood in the client’s home. Working with the same floor plan, the designer renovated the bath with new tiles, cabinetry, countertops and fixtures. The shower area features a corner seat and recessed niches for soap and shampoo, and the vanity is adorned with white cabinets with crystal knobs.
This beautiful, mid century modern bathroom, is phase one in a two-phase, whole home renovation to transform the current design into a stylish, elegant midcentury modern space. In the bathroom, and throughout the home, the cabinets are stained in Alder Wood and are finished off with a Pure White Caesarstone countertop. The shower features Kohler Purist Fixtures in Vibrant Modern Brushed Gold finish, while the flooring is Large Hexagon Tile from Dal Tile, and a decorative tile made of “Illica” ceramic tile gives the space a bit of extra pop and pizzaz.
The furniture piece in the center of the kitchen replaced the old island — it looks like an antique even though it was custom-built for this kitchen. The tiled backsplash has a unique design that feels distinctly Moroccan.
Because this home sits in a special zoning area, the designers could not increase the square footage of the existing house. To solve the problem, they built a separate structure and connected it to the old house with a structurally independent deck. Inside, the modern entryway encompasses several functions, with a built-in bench with storage and a built-in sleeping nook.
With some light reconstruction and bold paint choices, Bucy’s firm, Holland Remodeling & Building, converted the garage to a tiki bar — a fun, funky “destination spot” on their property. For a different spin on the same idea, you could create a cigar bar or your own private espresso station.
Nicole Curtis, host of DIY Network's Rehab Addict, talking to Mariah about her kitchen remodel. Nicole who was very hands on, spent time teaching Mariah about the renovation so that she could have a new set of skills.
HGTV's Design on a Dime transformed this roomy kitchen with small cottage charm. Baby blue cabinets and stark white walls are paired for high contrast. A small stand-alone island and container garden on the windowsill are cozy accents.
The homeowners' original master bathroom space needed a complete overhaul, so designers added gray, shaker cabinets and white, quartz countertops. Then, they brought in copper and black accents throughout to add warmth to the design and make this space feel modern, yet timeless.
Streamlined cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops combine to create a kitchen that fits right in with this midcentury modern-inspired home. The dropped stainless steel vent hood keeps the space open to the living room beyond.
Floating shelves have a warm wood finish that matches the lower cabinets in this contemporary kitchen renovation. The design team mixed walnut and white cabinets in the room to keep the vibe funky and young. The tile backsplash adds subtle texture, while sleek white countertops are clean and crisp. The cabinetry features Ikea boxes with semi-handmade fronts, a time- and cost-saving feature.
Designer Debbie Perez was able to keep the homeowners favorite vintage chairs and impanelment them in a big way. Taking cues from the newly upholstered chairs, she brought in a black outdoor wicker coffee table and upholstered the wicker sofa in a green color found in the foliage.
Before, this small living space lacked color and charm. The addition of all-new furniture injects character and functionality, while a textured wall covering adds new life to the living room's walls, ceiling and fireplace. To hide TV cords, an alcove is made from lumber and planks of paint-grade pine. Keeping the wires concealed inside the alcove allows for a seamless and sophisticated look.
Designer Todd Davis worked two smart space-creating solutions into this small San Francisco bathroom remodeling project. A built-in cabinet conceals storage for linens and toiletries without adding any visual clutter, while a small niche in the shower space offers a spot to leave soap and shampoo without taking up much real estate.