Organization is the priority in this long master closet with sliding frosted glass doors. Several areas provide space for hanging clothing and storing accessories. Recessed lighting and a simple vase with plant arrangement decorate the space's dark wood interior.
Asian accents and contemporary fixtures combine with transitional case pieces in this restful master retreat. Sliding shoji screen doors lead to a spacious marble bathroom. The walls, carpet and bedding are neutral, enhancing the space's calm, spa-like feel.
A wide, curved ceramic clawfoot tub sits against one mosaic tiled wall in a master bathroom that also has a freestanding shower with sliding opaque glass doors, and a wall-length white vanity beneath an oval silver mirror.
The kitchen is a fun blend of easygoing style (one of the doors is barn-style, sliding open and closed) and chef-grade luxury. A wine refrigerator tucks in subtly next to the white refrigerator, integrated to match the cottage cabinets.
This sitting area is set up to maximize the home's sweeping bay views; the room can be instantly connected to the outdoors by sliding open the glass doors. Next to this space, a wet bar makes for very convenient cocktail hours.
Sliding distressed wood barn doors divide the master bedroom from the bathroom without taking up valuable floor space. The distressed wood is carried through to the headboard and is paired with contemporary bedding to create an industrial-chic look.
Dark hardwood flooring and a corrugated metal ceiling define this rustic-industrial home office. A custom light fixture composed of plumbing fittings adds interest overhead, while a custom, sliding track barn door provides privacy for an adjoining guest room. Chalkboard paint on the reclaimed wood doors is a fun and functional touch.
Throughout the Noho Loft's design, the homeowners needed a way to make their small spaces look larger and feel more functional, so designers had custom fabricated steel doors and sliding paneling made to help with this. Since many of the doors are not fixed, they allow the homeowners to customize their space to fit their needs at the moment, and because the doors slide rather than swing, they take up less room in the design so the home has more functional floor space.
Pale woods and clean lines define the main living spaces of this rustic, yet contemporary Martha's Vineyard home. Details like wood beam ceilings, open kitchen shelving and barn doors on a sliding track give the space the feel of a modern farmhouse. Soft colors open it up and reflect light.