The bedroom utilizes the angled roof line to frame the moveable and convertible bed and is accented by bold blues and gray colors. The bed can be place at the headboard/couch or placed in front of the window for a beautiful lake view. After the master suite renovation by licensed contractor Chip Wade, the Van Hattum's now have a beautiful master suite and bathroom which combines their love for the old world style and modern conveniences in Atlanta, Georgia. Before the renovation, the previous homeowners left a half-finished suite, an angled roofline and lots of unused space, as seen on HGTV's Elbow Room. (after)
A long storage table turns this awkward wall into a functional space to store books, wine bottles and tabletop accessories. A bar stool fits under the unit to create a makeshift desk, and colorful art and a wooden sculpture hang above the table to add interest to the mostly neutral space.
As part of the Pearson home transformation in Atlanta, Georgia, licensed contractor Chip Wade designed a custom wood couch on a track that allows for moving the couch from indoor to outdoor. This seating option allows for either space to be a place to relax. The Pearson home renovation also included a fire pit, lounging areas, a grill area and game lawn, as seen on DIY Network's Elbow Room.
This modern white kitchen features dark wood cabinetry and white decor with hints of color. Its large island and dining table offer plenty of room for cooking and entertaining. Modern light fixtures illuminate the space and compliment the overall design. White tile covers the far wall and adds an interesting visual element.
A sleek Parsons console table and a classically-curved lamp keep this entryway, designed by HGTV's Chip Wade, host of Elbow Room, simple yet modern. Family photos add a little personality, while wicker cubes provide clutter-free storage for odds and ends.
The Williams family asked Chip and his design team for a functional, family friendly kitchen. That's exactly what they got. As seen on HGTV's Elbow Room, Chip Wade and his team of skilled designers created a multi-faceted kitchen that would be useful for a family with school aged kids. In a section of the kitchen, he placed the natural wood countertops on hinges and added storage for the Williams' kids to study.
By finishing an incomplete attic space, contractor Chip Wade was able to design a spacious, spa-style retreat for the homeowners to escape to when the house is feeling too crowded. Plus, the homeowners can enjoy his-and-her vanities in the glamorous and open bathroom.
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