A metal urn topped by a colorful potted plant delineates the entryway of this compact family home. The front door opens into the living room of the 600-square-foot house, which serves as the family’s main gathering space.
By pairing crisp white accessories like bed linens, a nightstand and a lamp, this transitional master bedroom is able to remain bright and airy despite olive-colored walls. The custom DIY headboard, pillows and bedspread are neutral, helping to tie the room together.
Designer Gail Fedela created this slim, custom console to fit the entryway of this compact family home. Open shelves hold books, decorative accessories and family photos. A wall-mounted TV frees up additional shelf space and gives the area a streamlined look.
This contemporary kitchen had limited space so the quilted tile backsplash serves as an easy focal point. Drawing the eye to the textured walls helps overlook the occasional countertop clutter that's inevitable in a small kitchen.
Because the front door opens into the main living space of this 600-square-foot home, designer Gail Fedela custom-designed a slim entertainment console that wouldn’t obstruct the entryway. Hardwood flooring and neutral walls unify the compact, family-friendly spaces.
Stainless steel appliances and linear design give this small kitchen a sleek and polished look. To maximize the limited counter space, designer Gail Fedela chose a quilt-like tile backsplash to add visual appeal and allowing for clutter-free countertops.
This quilted tile backsplash is the focus of this small neutral kitchen. The kitchen, which also serves as a dining room, is limited to using one wall of the room, so this metallic backsplash made it easy to add embellishment and distract from the small size of the contemporary space.
This small kitchen gets an updated look with stainless steal appliances, granite countertops and clean, white cabinets. The quilted tile backsplash embellishes the wall, becoming the focal point for the room.
A nook in a small contemporary kitchen serves as a family dog's eating area. A tall shelf provides storage space, with the bright blue feeding stand, crisp white shelf and green artwork adding nice touches of color to the neutral room.
A distressed gray dresser doubles as a changing station in this elegant girl's nursery. Floating white shelves house stuffed animals and children's books. A pretty pink throw pillow adds a touch of color to the striped glider.
In this 600-square-foot home, the living area doubles as an entryway and serves as the family’s main gathering space. A graphic rug anchors the seating area, and a roomy sectional sofa is covered in a durable, neutral fabric. Glass-topped wood cubes are lightweight and versatile as a coffee table.
Dark walls in a small space don't have to be a bad thing if used the right way. Designer Gail Fedela used olive walls to open the space up, but kept it light and airy with lots of white in the window treatments, accessories and bed linens.
A bright white faux deer head and playful yellow pillows counterbalance the deep shade of olive on the walls in this transitional bedroom. The pillows differ in pattern for variety yet match in color for fluidity.
Cube-shaped bunching tables combine to form a coffee table, and a metal urn doubles as a spot to hold a drink in this compact family-friendly living room. In the 600-square-foot home, the living area doubles as an entryway and serves as the family’s main gathering space. Graphic textiles, including a throw pillow and area rug, add visual interest.
Designer Gail Fedela creates a girly nursery for her daughter with a clean white color palette and touches of pink. The classic crib is highlighted by baby animal artwork above and a striped glider next to the window is the perfect spot to rock sweet baby to sleep.