Just across the wall from the living area is the home gym. Separated from the rest of the space by a glass wall, the gym contains a television, built-in shelving for storage, work out machines and a sparring pad. The two-way fireplace pushes heat into this space, allowing the homeowner to get the most out of his workout. The glass wall that separates the spaces allows the gym to be visually connected to the rest of the basement, while remaining physically separated.
The formal dining room and kitchen effortlessly define themselves as separate spaces in this spacious open floor plan. The use of different custom upholstery in each room creates a sense of style while simultaneously distinguishing them from one another.
Before Chip and his team's redesign, the only way to the Struves' home office was through their bedroom. Chip created an entrance to the office that is all its own so that clients and guests do not have to enter through the couple's private space. See it at hgtv.com.
To create flexibility in the children's area, a sliding door subdivides the space for nighttime and nap time, creating two separate bedroom spaces, each with its own entrance. During the day, though, parents can keep the space open, creating a great big playroom for the kids.
A narrow doorway seamlessly connects the master bedroom with its en suite. This doorless entry allows the spaces to be physically connected without requiring that the entire bathroom space be on display from the bedroom.
This Spanish Colonial was in need of a functional laundry room, so designers added one off the kitchen. By separating the kitchen and laundry room spaces, designers were able to create a functional laundry room and a sophisticated, functional kitchen with dining area.
As seen on HGTV's Flip or Flop, an extra long countertop is a creative way to make the most of the space in this bright white, modern kitchen. Hardwood floors extend into the living room pulling the separate spaces together.
To divide the bookstore and cafe spaces, salvaged doors form a partition which wraps an acrylic sheet core that's lit from within. Just like the exterior, this wall has the new wrapped by the old. The LED lights add a playful splash of color and movement to the space.
This inviting, in-ground swimming pool and matching hot tub boasts modern designs with clean lines, Pennsylvania bluestone and pool pebble finish. The nearby spa is separated from the pool for year-round use, while the outdoor space is perfectly suited for entertaining and lounging on a hot day.
With this home's open floor plan, designers chose lighting, rugs and accent pieces that separate each space. The mirror behind the sofa was strategically placed to reflect the gorgeous outdoor views, as well as to further illuminate what was previously a very dark interior. To help lighten the space up, designers also incorporated a bright, white floor and white walls that completed the modern look.
The grand entry highlights the gorgeous cobalt blue that is seen throughout the restaurant. The glass bubble curtain wall helps to keep the hostess stand private while still allowing guests to sneak a peak at what awaits them in the dining room. The finishing touch in the space is the custom made chandelier from Portugal that adds a little touch of pizzaz to an already elegant space.
This bathroom from HGTV Green Home 2012 features an adjacent room for toilet and bathing. The double sink vanity with large center drawers provides a functional design for couples as well as ample storage space.