In the homeowners' teenage son's bedroom, designers wanted to really showcase his personality, so they anchored the space in the sleek, white wall color and ash-colored wood floor to connect this room to the rest of the home's design. Then, they incorporated the son's favorite things-sports, cars and music-by hanging posters on the wall in homage to this. They also made sure to include fun, bright colored details, such as the table lamps and the bed linens to bring a little fun to the room.
When you have cars with sticker prices well into the six-figure range, a basic garage wont do. The Secret Canyon estate comes complete with a ball-room worthy automotive showroom. Sports cars not included.
At this gated, 10-acre Pacific Northwest estate, nature quietly reigns. The luxurious property features a home theater, library, exercise room, elevator and wine room. Multiple terraces include an outdoor kitchen, hot tub, fireplace, sport court and Aprese Ski-House Treehouse.
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What was an empty wall in the foyer now houses built-in storage cubbies for members of the family to stash jackets, shoes and sports equipment. Dove gray shelving with brass hardware proves that the catch-all room doesn't have to be boring.
White ceiling beams on a painted chartreuse ceiling create a modern farmhouse-like feel. A large chandelier with leaf-like design sports striped shades, a playful touch to a room packed with personality.
Designers Rick and Tania King want to make the most of the yard, so they design a long fireplace to frame the view. Since watching weekend sports games is a must, an outdoor living room features plasma TVs, surround sound and comfy couches.
A rich mix of materials and textures adds interest and depth to this white, light-filled kitchen. Dark gray cabinetry is topped by wood around the perimeter of the room, while a large center island sports a countertop of sleek white quartz. Leather barstools and rough-hewn open shelves bring in an eclectic, homey vibe.
In one corner of the back wall of the homeowners' son's bedroom, designers installed a built-in desk, giving the room's occupant a space to work and create. Decorated with fun, anime art, posters from his favorite band, his favorite books and sports trophies and a small file cabinet for storage, this desk space is the perfect place for a teenage boy.
The design is full of exquisite amenities such as: a large pool and spa veneered with vibrant glass tile throughout, an elaborate sports bar with multiple plasma screens, full cooking and dining options, surround sound, agronomic heaters, cozy sunken fireplace room and a raised fire pit lounge with vast, open views.
Licensed contractor Chip Wade reveals the newly transformed attic space to the Perez family. With every family member being active and involved in sports, the family felt like they were missing out on spending time together. To fix this problem, Chip Wade turned the unfinished attic space into a home gym that fits every family member's needs. The gym includes this industrial fan to keep everyone cool while sweating, as seen on HGTV and DIY Network's Elbow Room.
On an two-acre property in Glencoe, Ill., a two-story home features a stone and cedar exterior reminiscent of a Hamptons classic. The six bedroom, nine full and two half bath home has an open floor plan with a professional cook's kitchen, two-story paneled library, sport court, exercise room and movie theater.
Stair-riser lights in a bronze finish were used for the stairs that lead up to the home's side door that opens to the laundry room and mudroom inside. “It’s a private entrance for the house just off the garage that allows you to just come in, take your shoes off, head out back and do any type of wet sport you want without having to come in and out of the actual more formal spaces in the house,” says designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
Licensed contractor Chip Wade reveals the newly transformed attic space to the Perez family. With every family member being active and involved in sports, the family felt like they were missing out on spending time together. To fix this problem, Chip Wade turned the unfinished attic space into a home gym that fits every family member's needs. The gym includes recessed treadmills, a punching bag, rock climbing wall, oversized fan, juice bar and a moveable platform, as seen on HGTV and DIY Network's Elbow Room.