Designer Joe Human updated this historic 1800s townhouse in Harlem with a subtle blue and yellow palette, strategically placed light fixtures and unique accents. The result is a stylish space that's apt for modern living.
A neutral color palette mixes with graphic prints, luxurious textures and metallic accessories for a unique gender-neutral nursery. Turnstyle Interior Design included built-in bookcases and lots of floor space for a room that will grow with the child.
Doyle Coffin Architecture redesigned the historic Prospector Theater in Ridgefield, Conn., to house four movie theater screens, a cafe and a street-like marquee area. The eye-catching design boasts skylights, a copper penny ceiling and specialty lighting throughout.
Designer Jenn Feldman worked closely with her client, a professional organizer, to create a larger, more open living space perfect for the everyday needs of a family of five and spacious enough for easy entertaining.
Designer Kendall Simmons transformed a dusty, unused attic into a fun travel-themed playroom. The bright space makes great use of unusual angles and nooks, with a built-in desk, window seat and bunk bed.
Contemporary and rustic combine to create this light-filled home's unique style. A neutral palette, natural materials both inside and out, and an open floor plan contribute to the airy, spacious feel.
Two trailers were connected to create a tiny home that lives larger than its footprint. Color and a mix of styles gives the home a bohemian feel, while a spacious porch is perfect for entertaining under the Texas sky.
A California townhouse was given a contemporary, feminine feel through the use of vibrant blue and gold furnishings and accessories. Irregularly shaped rooms feature workable layouts that live larger than their footprints.
A previously neglected landscape was transformed into a tropical oasis for this beachside resort in Islamorada, Fla. Lush plants surround a swimming pool, oceanfront fire pit, and numerous private seating areas.
Exterior siding on the interior walls connects this modern home's inside to its outside. A neutral palette is highlighted by large, different-sized windows that fill the home with natural light and offer prime views.
A beautiful Victorian kitchen fits perfectly with this home's overall style. Detailed wallpaper, antique-look pendant lights and pale-green cabinets are style-appropriate, while modern appliances add convenience.
A 1972 Avion Le Grande trailer was lovingly restored it to its former glory. The home on wheels has its original appliances, a white and gray palette, and a floral-pattern fabric adding color throughout.
This modern home by STRANG Architecture epitomizes Miami living. The house features a cool, minimalist aesthetic, an interior courtyard, ocean views and is full of natural light thanks to large windows throughout.
This modern house offers prime views of the San Francisco Bay thanks to walls of windows, which also fill the open-concept house with natural light. A neutral palette and subtle textures work with the natural surroundings to create an organic feel to the home.
A low-country-inspired farmhouse cottage lives larger than its small footprint thanks to a crisp white palette, lots of natural light and a smart floor plan.