Elizabeth has solved many issues involved in downsizing to a smaller home by making great, strategic use of the space she does have, as in this living room area off of her sons' bedrooms where a study/work area has been factored into the space without sacrificing style.
This view looking into the kitchen shows the cohesive color scheme and coordinated look of the space, with blue bar stools at the island that provide casual seating for light meals or chatting with the cook.
Designer Tiffany Brooks turned a space originally planned as the breakfast area off the kitchen into this handsome library with gray walls that offers a break from the hustle and bustle of the main living spaces in the home.
This view from the dining room looking out to the entry shows the close proximity between the two spaces. While these areas of the home share a coordinated design scheme, the different wall colors help give each space a distinct feel and personality.
Almost any outdoor spot can be transformed into a functional living space or lounge with the proper use of dead space. While the narrow 5-foot-by-14-foot landing outside this home office is too awkward for sofas or love seats, it's verticality lends itself perfectly to taller seating options like basket chairs suspended on sturdy steel stands.
There are plenty of spaces to imagine and create at Jordan Iverson Signature Homes. This nook includes a flat, wooden console table to layout designs. Just behind the half wall, desks with rolling chairs and desktop computers give room to make those designs and creations.
The user-friendly laundry room offers an organized space with shaker style cabinets and drawers with heirloom silver finish hardware. This space was designed for getting chores done using the latest technology to wash clothes, with special features that make it easy to keep furry friends clean and healthy.