To make this oversized space feel comfortable for a large family, the designers combined earthy materials like reclaimed wood and handmade terracotta tiles with more traditional elements like the white painted cabinets. The Silestone counters were selected with durability in mind and the cabinets were customized to the specific needs of the homeowners. Fixtures: Circa Lighting; Prouve dining chairs: DWR
White walls and a graphic black-and-white rug frame in the rest of this renovated attic's contemporary style. For kicking back and watching tv, the big gray sectional is just the thing.
This room formerly housed miscellaneous junk; designers converted into a family study space. Beneath the existing bookcases, a desk was built with room enough for two computers. The bookcases' light color is a crisp contrast with the dark walls and trio of patterns on the window shade, sofa and rug.
Pops of bright color add whimsy to this girl's bathroom and make it feel fresh and young. The designer mixes graphic concrete floor tiles with a budget-friendly white subway tile backsplash. Custom cabinets provide ample storage. Floor tiles: Popham Design
This attic bathroom has all the graphic drama of an M.S. Escher print, thanks to its geometric black-and-white tile floor. To keep the focus on that pattern, the rest of the room is simple: white backsplash, round mirror and a floating wood vanity.
This mudroom sink cleans up in rustic style. An Oriental rug brings warmth, color and a hint of sophistication. Mirror: Restoration Hardware
A hot pink built-in bed makes fun use of an awkward space under the eaves in this girl's bedroom. Basketweave wallpaper adds a bit of sophistication that lets the space mature with its young owner. Wallpaper: Quadrille; Dresser: West Elm; End table: CB2
In the dining room, a light blue wall color with gray accents keeps the space cool and bright, while the dark wood table adds personality and warmth.
In this cheery girl's bedroom, a bed and bookshelf were built in under the eaves to take full advantage of the room's limited space. Patterned wallpaper adds another layer of visual interest and texture to the space.
The wallpaper in this mudroom was custom-designed using quotes the homeowner wanted to share with her kids. Outdoor carpeting on the stairs is a smart choice for the high-traffic area.