Lori Dennis makes the most of this small space by leaving out a door between the closet and modern master bathroom with a trough sink and hanging pendant lights. A dresser in the bathroom matches the closet, better merging the two spaces.
Easily maintained landscaping and pair of comfy chairs create a relaxing spot on this cement patio. The home's midcentury modern design is evident in its cantilevered roof and walls of glass. Star decor completes the look.
A beach house living room goes contemporary and sophisticated with clean-lined, natural fiber furniture and a soothing gray and orange palette. Large-scale artwork and mixed pattern accent pillows add textured visual interest.
Dark gray tiled walls and light hardwood floors give a posh first impression at the entrance of this modern home. Simple lighting, a streamlined metal front door and the clean lines of the stairwell create a minimalistic design.
Instead of the usual table and chairs, this stylish dining room adds a leather sofa to the mix. It's an imaginative—and comfy—twist on the expected and brings unique personality to the space.
Two sofas face each other, keeping the focus on entertaining and interaction in this contemporary living room. The design blends a variety of styles, mixing neutral colors with bold accents– including an abundance of throw pillows.
This airy, contemporary entrance is lit by several chic wall sconces and features a dark brown wood floor and floating stairs. Psychedelic, multi-colored artwork adds a pop of color to a minimal space.
This room envokes a feeling of being in your own five-star hotel room. The tasteful minimalism includes cinnamon-colored side tables, white leather furniture and oversized lamp shades. The real star of the room is the wood-planked ceiling. This particular home is a weekend getaway in Palm Springs, hence the tall cactus. The carpet and wall covering are made from recycled materials.