The upstairs room of the tower features a graphic Circa light fixture, a wall ornamented with antique baskets-as-art and wicker chairs, a sisal rug and teak bench to echo the rustic, natural look of the room.
Careful planning and expert design resulted in a contemporary kitchen that is open on three sides, maximizing the homeowners' views of a cove right outside. Bird's-eye-maple cabinets are complemented by a frosted-glass appliance tower which conceals appliances within without sacrificing natural light in the neutral space.
This light gray and white bathroom features a cherry wood double vanity with a neutral countertop. Two globe pendant lights and a pair of circular mirrors are positioned in front of a gray mosaic backsplash, while a counter-to-ceiling storage tower provides space for stowing bathroom essentials.
This master bathroom, part of a 50s ranch-style home, was gutted to open up its dark, cramped spaces. Now, pale gray marble and white walls set a bright, airy feel, punctuated by the zip of blue cabinets. For more storage, the designer added a shallow cabinet tower.
This 750-square-foot loft bedroom is located in the tower house in the Huston Family Estate. With a log beam and denim pine ceiling, log walls and a log bed with a rough-hewn wood bench, the rustic bedroom feels right at home in its woodsy locale.
It's impossible to imagine a setting more dreamy than the location of the Tower House, perched above Frenchman's Cay in the British Virgin Islands. The property offers private dock access. Stairs lead up from the water to the large deck with multiple seating areas and a jewel of an infinity pool.
A versatile storage organization system like Closetmaid SuiteSymphony (shown here in Natural Gray) can control the clutter in a den, dining or family or living room. Combine a multi-use base unit with towers and other accessories to create attractive open and closed storage for your entertaining and living needs.
Built in 2007, the shingle style Cape Cod was designed by American architect Robert A.M. Stern. The home’s silhouette is characterized by two haystack gables, a tower at the west end and several beachstone chimneys. Wide covered porches wrap around the exterior of the magnificent home with waterfront views from three sides.
By simply adding a book tower to one corner for keeping favorite hardcovers handy and on display, and incorporating a rolling caddy to house art and craft supplies, the space is perfectly equipped to be used for creative and work purposes any day of the week.
A gated driveway leads to an one-of-a-kind stone chateau built by European artisans in Senneville, Quebec. Opulence and comfort extends throughout the four levels, including a four-story tower that opens to the living room, a library, elaborate kitchen and bathroom with sauna.
A white picket fence stands guard at the front of this contemporary farmhouse. Complete with a tin roof, stone chimney and inviting front porch, the home is a picture of country charm. The third-story tower offers an unexpected twist in typical farmhouse design.
Count on canna lily plants to add vertical interest to planting beds. Here, Tropicanna canna lily and Tropicanna Gold canna lily tower over annual flowers red celosia and gold melampodium. Choose annuals with flowers that match the leaf colors of canna lilies for an eye-catching display.
Atlanta designer Sherry Hart created a fresh, modern feel on the tower's main level with some mid-century modern style pieces like this wood-base side table and a graphic leafy motif on wallpaper and abstract works by artists Blayne Beacham Macauley and Joe Adams.
This beige home exterior is rooted in coastal design. The tower, surrounded by windows, even resembles a lighthouse. An ornate white railing around the front porch and a balcony add a touch of Victorian charm to the homes casual nautical style. Red shutters flank the windows on the front porch, adding color and character to the home.
The 28th floor condo of Robert Holmberg and his fiance Alyssa in the Marina tower in downtown Chicago has become a modern, spacious and comfortable living area designed by Design Star winner and Host Meg Caswell, as seen on HGTV's Meg's Great Rooms. Contemporary ready-made cabinets were not only budget friendly, but easy to install in this kitchen.
The downstairs dining room of this Point Lorna, California, villa home capitalizes on its high ceilings with the use of tall budding branches which tower above a round aqua blue glass dining table. Cushioned dining chairs feature woven seat backs which complement the texture of the space's architectural details including the stair's railing, stone wall trimming, and an earth toned stone pillar.
This beautiful walk-in closet is custom-made with elegant Sycamore cabinets and luscious Calcutta marble countertops. In the center of the space, there is a Sycamore drawer tower topped with Calcutta marble, which adds storage to the space. Next to the window, a large makeup table overlooks the Boston Commons and takes advantage of the natural light that pours in from the outside.