Transparent ghost chairs provide seating at this beautifully designed small kitchen's eat-in counter without taking up visual space. A deep glass-door cabinet provides ample storage for dishware, pots, pans and even cookbooks.
A textured neutral paint adds subtle texture to create depth in the design of this small bathroom. Using a small vanity table leaves as much space available as possible in the room. A glass vessel sink blends beautifully with the glass tabletop while a built in shelf below provides storage space. A wood mirror and mounted sconce finish the vanity set up.
Even though the kitchen occupies a small space in the apartment, designers put big functionality into the sleek design. On the back wall, floor to ceiling cabinets add plenty of storage to the space, while a breakfast bar gives the room extra seating.
Stainless steel appliances and linear design give this small kitchen a sleek and polished look. To maximize the limited counter space, designer Gail Fedela chose a quilt-like tile backsplash to add visual appeal and allowing for clutter-free countertops.
Beadboard wainscoting, capped with flexible chair rail, echoes the design of kitchen cabinetry. The wall treatment sections off the living area, furnished with a slipcovered sectional that offers cozy lounging space in a small footprint.
An island, more storage and dining space were all requested from the client for this small yet efficient kitchen. The mahogany island pairs with stylish gray cabinetry for a beautiful, transitional design.
Carter Design limited the material in this guest bathroom to one, with gray stone on the floor and walls. The tiles that were initially installed created a dizzying grid which was overwhelming to the small space.
A small outdoor space like this balcony is transformed into an inviting green zone by Jeffrey Erb Landscape Design which utilizes Viburnum ‘Pragense’, Magnolia liliflora and other plants to striking effect.
The dining area and kitchen in this home are in a relatively narrow space, but the clean, open design makes both spaces feel bigger. A small partition wall tastefully creates a entry way and the ceiling's paneling leads the eye across the entire area.
This contemporary remodeled space squeezed a lot of design elements into a small galley kitchen. A mixture of glass, stone and dark wenge stained wood makes for an exciting backdrop framing the beautiful Chicago skyline.
This backyard sanctuary was designed to be a peaceful space for grilling, dining, entertaining, drinking and relaxing. The space features a grill, outdoor refrigerator, concrete counters, a bar area, outdoor furniture, a small cedar pergola, tempered glass panels and a fire pit.
This grand outdoor space was designed with entertaining in mind. Not only does the space include two covered decks, but it also features a spacious patio with two small dining tables, plush outdoor furniture and a gorgeous stone fireplace with stunning metal work details.
The major challenge in designing this juice bar was the considerable amount of space in the building. The designers at Bells & Whistles made the cafe feel intimate by locating the bar in the center of the space and creating smaller areas to sit or shop.
Bold wallpaper turns this small bathroom into a vibrant and fun space that fits perfectly with the home's overall eclectic design. A wood vanity adds warmth to the space, while a wire mesh shelf provides clever storage. A vessel sink is sleek and modern.