A small bathroom is a great place to go bold. The painted door and moldings accent the color palette and lend a rich, high-end designer vibe. The high-gloss finish on the vanity adds shine and durability to the piece, while the open shelving underneath gives the illusion of more space.
The beautiful stone walls and open design create a gorgeous architectural design in this Puerto Vallarta home. A cozy loft bedroom overlooks a stylish home office space with a bright blue accent wall adding a pop of lively color to the serene space.
You're not seeing double. The mirrored ceiling of the Mixologist Quarters at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014 expands the small space. Designed by Reba Jones, the dramatic backlit dispensary is reflected in the ceiling, creating double the impact.
Using careful groupings of furniture and objects, you can create distinct niches, even in smaller spaces. Designer Michel Boyd uses an ultrasuede-covered couch and bookcase to create a reading nook in his home, and this chair and pillows framed by a cut-out portion of wall is its own unique vignette.
This small kitchen features contemporary style design elements, including sleek white cabinets and stainless steel appliances. The finishes reflect light and the simple kitchen cabinets visually expand the small space.
In the main office space, designers continued the stately cabinets in their design, but lightened the small space with neutral, chevron wallpaper. On either side of the desk, they installed shelves to help keep the space organized. They finished the design with fun artwork to bring the design to life.
HGTV Design Star competitor Jason Champion designed this transitional bedroom with a large padded headboard, patterned draperies, mirrored dresser and a mirrored wall that makes this small space feel less cramped.
The designer of this kitchen constructed a pull-out work space under the countertop to make its small space more utilitarian. The design of the kitchen is simple, and its color scheme seems to expand the space visually, adding depth and dimension.
This dining space maximizes charm, just off the kitchen. Built-in banquette seating accommodates more people in a smaller space. A large chandelier adds elegance without distracting from the calm, stylish design.