Designers wanted to create a space for the homeowners that was simple, luxurious and took advantage of the home's beautiful mountain views, so as a start, designers had windows installed throughout the space to let in plenty of natural light as well as provide access to the beautiful mountain views. Then, they added a comfortable, neutral sofa and chairs and positioned them in the best place to take advantage of the views.
This pink kitchenette makes the most of limited studio apartment space. The main focal point is a reproduction of an antique sink, and a stainless steel shelf and counter houses a small refrigerator, toaster and microwave oven. Lighting is provided by two retro-style pendant lights.
A large pass through allows for easy transport of food between the kitchen and living room. The feature also physically connects the two spaces, giving them an open feel.
This converted 1920s garage doubles as apartment space for visiting guests as well as a workspace for the owner. Much of the space, including door hardware and the concrete flooring, were left as-is, but the termite-damaged door frames had to be replaced.
The addition of the kitchen island helps to create a more functional space by providing counter space as well as a casual seating option for the family. Since the dining room is also connected to the kitchen, the additional seating could also serve as an extension to the existing dining area.
Surrounded by glass walls, the dining area in this home was meant to feel as if it were a part of the outdoors.
This pink bedroom features a hand-made knotty pine ladder leading to a bunk bed with green curtains hiding a desk area. Skylights in the room's high ceiling provide natural light, and a ceiling fan helps cool the sitting area with white sofa and striped chair below.
A folding outdoor wooden table and chair set has been placed outside an old French garage door that leads into a studio apartment.