Unique lighting and a large mirror give this small bathroom a big style footprint. Small mosaic tiles make for a nice layered touch on the floor.
Photo By: Brandi Boblett
A large, globe-shaped pendant makes a warm glow for this cozy sitting area. The potted tree is a rich dose of color in the corner.
In a narrow, long space like this one, subtle boundaries, like the low kitchen peninsula or delicate pendants, help break up the different areas without closing off the room.
Shapes with rounded edges soften the mood in this loft living room while lush textures—a plush rug, a velvet sofa—are luxurious and inviting.
A ridged metal barn door slides back to reveal this apartment's guest bedroom with a space-saving pull-down bed and built-in nightstands.
This lofty living room creates visual interest via shape and texture. Curving furniture softens the room's boxy shape and is echoed by a globe pendant. Wood, leather, glass, even a large tree add life and layers to the style.
Exposed ductwork and wood beams set an urban mood in this master bedroom. A furry stool and plush rug counter the edgy touches.
An unfinished wood beam wraps around this master bedroom and, when paired with the slate gray walls, makes a handsome backdrop for black sconces and textured bedding.
An open concept layout makes this loft kitchen, dining and living room feel extra light and airy. Ghost chairs and glass light fixtures add to the ethereal look.
A sitting room turns into a guest bedroom with a bed that pulls down from the wall.
Rustic wood mixes with light-as-air glass for a bathroom look that's cozy and graceful. The large mirror visually opens up the space.
This lovely master bathroom features walls that don't go all the way up to the ceiling, making the room feel bigger and more open. Lots of glass enhances the look and bounces light around the space.
A slat in the cabinet of this room pulls down to turn into an ingenious desk.
A sectional that gently curves around this living room's coffee table has the bonus of adding movement to the space, instead of breaking it up into too many crisp angles.
For this loft apartment, a bed that pulls down from the wall is a smart use of space, turning a study into an easy guest bedroom.
In this open kitchen, white subway tiles with dark outlines make a dynamic backsplash and draw out the color of the stainless steel appliances.
A sculptural console table pairs with a spiral staircase to create an architecturally dynamic foyer for this loft apartment. Hardwood flooring warms up the look.
A large area rug helps connect the furniture and create a cozy feel in this open concept loft living room. The rectangular dining table makes a loose outer boundary for the kitchen.