In the home office, gorgeous wood paneling and an elaborately decorated coffered ceiling just might make it difficult to pay attention to the task at hand. Fortunately, there's also a chandelier to shed some light on the subject.
Sliding glass doors open right to the backyard, where concrete walls enclose a modern patio. Past the dining area and fire pit, guests will find a shed, raised garden beds, a greenhouse and even a bocce court!
An exuberant flower garden leads the eye toward a beautiful garden retreat. HGTV fan lross7577 shares this image of a storage shed which underwent a total renovation, complete with a gas fireplace, bluestone patio and firepit.
This master bathroom offers everything you need to pamper yourself in luxury and style. Sleek drum pendant lights and sconces shed light on the bathroom's soothing blue walls, rich tile floor, dark wood vanity and spacious walk-in shower.
This outdoor storage shed is beautifully built into the natural rock surrounding. Blue cottage french doors feature nautical circular windows and vent paneling. The blue-gray tones in the smooth stone walkway blend the natural rock with the door color.
Sherrod recommends doing everything you can to bring as much light as possible into your shed. "I recommend adding windows or dormers and perhaps leave ceiling beams exposed to create the illusion of a taller ceiling height," says Sherrod.
This easy-to-make tool rack, built from a shipping pallet, provides a rustic, attractive way of keeping your tool shed organized. The slats can be used for keeping gloves, towels and other non-hanging items.
This neutral contemporary living room is unrecognizable after a stunning remodel from power couple Christina and Tarek El Moussa from HGTV's Flip or Flop. Sliding doors open up to a brand new patio and shed tons of natural light into the bright space.
Wide windows with Craftsman styling shed a lot of light on this transitional kitchen. The designer's top goal was to brighten the space. The windows not only bring in loads of natural light, but they also offer a great view of the garden outside.
Here's an open and welcoming entryway providing a bright and cheerful first impression for large groups of family and friends. White walls and trim keep the space feeling airy and clean. The custom built-in bench provides a convenient spot to shed outerwear and boots.
One of the toughest parts of the renovation was not having a kitchen. Even the kids got tired of eating out. After having to outsource almost every meal during construction, the family voted to turn the backyard shed into a chicken coop!
"With limited space, smaller-scale furniture will make the space feel larger," says Sherrod of the clever teak bar she created in her shed. Sherrod's other space-saving tips include going with a daybed instead of a sofa and a floating ledge instead of a table.
If you’ve got leftover tile in the garage or shed from your kitchen or bath remodel, put it to good use as a table runner. Simply piece the tiles together in the center of the table; then mask the seams with floral vessels.
After the backyard transformation by licensed contractor Chip Wade, the Schroeder residence in Atlanta, GA now has a lot of function. An old shed was transformed into a chicken coop (left) and a sitting area with a custom hammock, as seen on HGTV and DIY Network's Elbow Room.
Another clever place to hide equipment is below your deck's staircase, the way Land Art Design did here. This hideaway functions as a tool shed that can handle taller equipment, and it doesn't take up any of your precious yard space.
The green paisley wallpaper in this bathroom sets the color scheme for the room. Two small lamp fixtures surround the oval mirror topped with green cloth, plaid lamp shapes to shed light on the glass tile stripe, mirror boxes and green towels sitting on the white tile sink below.