Photo By: Christina Britt Lewis, The Redesign Company
Relaxed and Refined
Whether relaxing at the end of an epic day skiing or gathering with friends and family to relax and recharge, this stylish lodge-style bonus room is sure to please with ski charm incorporated into every inch.
Caramel bamboo floors, streamlined lighting and Valspar Seafoam Storm paint make this bright and open space feel like anything but a basement. A pool table covered in platinum felt and a sectional in charcoal fabric complement the room's steely palette.
This no-fuss dining room fits right in with this bachelor pad's aesthetic. A wood area rug defines the dining space, which includes a small square table, four chairs and a trendy chandelier. A conversation-starting screen made of little wire people rests against a wall for added visual interest.
The chandelier is easily the star of the space, with a natural texture that feels wonderfully boho-chic. A vintage table and six wicker chairs complement the laid-back look and invite the whole family to gather for breakfast.
Sleek leather dining chairs with white stitching surround this rustic wood table in this eclectic dining room. An abstract black-and-white rug grounds the space, while a contemporary gold chandelier adds metallic glam.
Stylish Home Office With Metallic Desk Lamp and Colorful Modern Painting
This modern home office features a sleek, lacquered white desk with a bold blue chair and metallic table lamp. A white orchid –– along with other decorative items –– sits atop a ghost console table, while a colorful painting hangs above, adding a bold touch.
Blue Contemporary Open-Plan Living and Dining Areas
An open layout connects the sleek dining area to the equally-stylish living room in this contemporary penthouse. Details like a dazzling bubble chandelier, gallery wall and soothing gray color palette make this home a beautiful and relaxing retreat.
The open concept layout of this kitchen, dining and living area makes smart use of space, wrapping around a corner but keeping the different areas connected. The color palette also unifies them with shades of blue-gray and orange.
The sliding doors off the living room in this Big Sky, Mont., create a seamless transition between the indoors and out. The stained concrete floor leads out to a concrete patio, where a comfortable outdoor seating area faces an impressive, two-story fireplace.
Multifunctional Garage Living Space With Movie Screen
To give a converted garage the modern-farmhouse style their clients craved, the team at Spazio LA specified built-in media cabinets with sliding doors and black barn-door hardware. A retractable projection screen and a popcorn maker help create a cozy and welcoming space, perfect for movie nights.
"We sold our big house with a bonus room 15 years ago so that we could afford to start over and do what we love for a living," says designer Christina Britt Lewis of The Redesign Company. "This is a choice we never regret, but we make big boys and they have big friends. When they needed more space, we redesigned our garage. We used what we already had—a ping pong table we bartered for, the twin beds our teenage boys had outgrown for seating—and saved by considering it a three-season space and not installing heat or air conditioning. We hung trail maps of mountains we have conquered and set lists from concerts we loved in cheap frames for 'art' that brings back fun family memories."