Designer Linc Thelen designed the whole front of this house and reconfigured the center fireplace with a custom façade and hidden cabinetry for the dining area. The design uses simple, streamlined furnishings, including an acrylic coffee table and small splashes of color. Sheer window treatments keep the space light and bright.
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.
A black, gray and neutral geometric rug anchors this chic transitional dining room. Black furnishings add contrast, while a ceiling fan, small spotlights and sconces illuminate the space. White beadboard wainscoting completes the design.
In the guest bathroom, designers added texture to the small space by bringing in wallpaper that sports neutral feathers. Then, they added real feathers and a textured mirror to the vanity to finish off the design.
A small butler pantry is integrated into the design of this white transitional kitchen. Complete with a prep sink and a combination of drawer and cabinet storage, the elegant utility space is a must-have for entertaining.
A large geometric accent piece adorns the exposed brick wall in this kid's room, bringing wow factor to the small space. A clean-lined bed and crisp white bedding keep with the home's contemporary design.
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.
This contemporary mudroom proves that even small spaces can pack a major design punch. A large floral patterned wallpaper combined with a bright yellow painting livens up the walls while built-in shelving instantly clears up clutter.
The laundry room in this renovated midcentury modern home doubles as work and craft space. Smaller spaces offer the perfect opportunity to have a little fun with color and design as this room does with a bold blue filing cabinet, yellow stool and Hygge & West wallpaper.
A series of archways lead down this bright, neutral hallway. Decorative french doors and matching light fixtures decorate the hall without cluttering the small space. Wood details add a clean and lovely finish to the design.
The homeowners wanted to keep the guest house and main house spaces visually connected, but they liked the idea of keeping both spaces private, so designers added a small wall made of stucco to complement the design of both homes. Then, they lined the crushed limestone walkway with desert plants to create a connected, elegant design for both houses.
This eclectic dining room was designed by HGTV Star contestants Brooks Atwood and Tiffany Brooks during HGTV Star season 8. A dining table with chunky columnar legs makes a big impact in the small apartment space.
A monogrammed shower curtain by Ballard Designs adds a personal touch to this bathroom featuring a pedestal sink. Pedestal sinks have a polished, streamlined look. They don’t take up much space, making them a favorite for smaller bathrooms.
With a small wood pergola, lovely potted plants and a dedicated dining area, this rooftop terrace is perfect for entertaining guests or relaxing with family and friends. The spaces's cool, contemporary design makes it all the more appealing.