Continuing with the midcentury modern design, the upstairs hallway includes hardwood flooring, a dark gray accent wall and black metal railing topped with wood. A sputnik chandelier illuminates the space.
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.
The couple turned a small upstairs bedroom into a nursery to accommodate their growing family. The neutral colors make it a sweet place for a baby, while the light pouring in from the window and the chandelier on the ceiling makes the space light.
In the upstairs living area, David and Kortney used a soft blue wall color to make the space feel colorful and inviting, as well as make it feel separate from the first floor's living spaces. To help the two separate designs mesh, Kortney brought in green accents, keeping the home's individual spaces complimentary to each other.
Traditionally, laundry rooms are located adjacent to the kitchen on the main level. Recently, though, larger second-story laundry rooms are becoming more popular. This sizeable utility room features all the desired amenities with a crisp, clean color palette. Design by Hillary Reed Interiors, LLC.
The garage apartment has been transformed into a warm, open concept space. With a gaming area, a living space with a large screen TV, a kitchen and a dining area, this apartment is the perfect space that is perfect for entertaining.
As seen on HGTV's Rocky Mountain Reno, this small upstairs bedroom has been turned into the new nursery of the couple. The sweet nursery is complete with muted colors and animal decorations. On the other side, there is a dresser and a closet for all of baby's toys and clothes.
In the upstairs guest bedroom, a mint green accent wall ties this room's design into the rest of the home. A large double window lets in plenty of natural light and is reflected off the white walls and ceiling and the mirrors hanging above each twin bed. A point of interest in this room is the white French doors that open into the upstairs living area, creating a sense of connectedness between the two spaces.
Plenty of light and an open, airy feel characterize the upstairs landing of this traditional home. Stained wood rails pop against the white millwork, while a custom-painted niche in the ceiling draws attention to the contemporary crystal chandelier.