White subway-tiled walls serve as a crisp, clean backdrop in this transitional bathroom. Floating wood shelves provide open storage, while an eye-catching triangle wall cutout houses a plant that adds color to the neutral space.
A small tiled floor strip running through this long bathroom matches the small tile frame of the shower with glass door and neutral marble interior. An archway frames the bathtub cubby creating a bright cut out in the room. Fitting the furniture along the walls leaves the floor space available for free movement through the room.
As cats age, their mobility decreases. A litter box with high walls may be challenging—or even painful—for your senior to navigate. And that’s when a cat will find somewhere else to go in the house. Make sure your senior has a really wide and low litter box, such as the PetSafe Simply Clean Litter Box with wall cutouts.
Encourage conversation and mingling by setting up an activity for your guests. This New Year's resolution game is inspired by the holiday "white elephant" gift exchange. To set up, create a backdrop using foam or cork boards and pin up instructions. Make note cards using silver cardstock and snowflake cutouts. The striped envelopes are an easy cut-and-fold DIY using leftover holiday wrapping paper.
A cream-colored changing table with wood and rattan storage bins brings organization and sophistication to this nursery. Letter cutouts in brown, blue and beige sit on a chair rail and add color and texture.
A leather Chesterfield sofa sits in front of a stone wall with a cutout window in this neutral transitional living room. A longhorn cow skull gifted by neighbors Nancy and the late Ronald Reagan hangs above the stone fireplace.
Soft teal walls create a great contrast against the curtains made from bright coral fabric for a color palette that's not typical for a little girl's room. Decorative plates match the mirror's cutout above the bookshelf. A white armchair and white wicker ottoman provide a comfortable place to read.
A light wood bunk bed features circular cutouts, a fireman's pole and a slide leading from the top bunk to the floor for a fun and playful bedroom design. A blue and green checkered rug creates a turf-like look and matches the green and blue hues used in the cityscape wall mural. A hanging chair dangles below painted clouds for a swing-like element.
Arch Interiors of Beverly Hills, California, added the wall that forms this conversation corner to block the view of a neighbor's house. The built-in seating and candlelit cutouts make the space feel cozy, rather than barricaded.
This boy's bedroom is colored in a shade of mint green and includes a rustic bed with plaid linens, a rustic wooden nightstand with table lamp, and five large galvanized letter cutouts hung on the wall to spell his name.
Decorative white molding separates the lower tiled portion of the wall from the smooth, painted upper section. The varying neutral shades in the tile add subtle dimension to the room without overpowering the look. A white bathtub is fixed snuggly within the cutout leaving open floor space available.