In our previous article, New Orleans Shotgun Revival, we shared with you the kitchen design details from the collaboration of Sarah Martzolf and our lead Waypoint® designer, Jennifer LeMarr, in the renovation of a shotgun house in New Orleans. This tiny project was the subject of the HGTV/DIY Network pilot, Small House, Big Easy. In this article we're sharing how the small space adjoining the kitchen was repurposed into a super-efficient office/guest space.
Whether it’s pouring or drawing the perfect pilsner of craft beer, sharing a new wine discovery or creating the classic cocktail, for those who love to entertain, nothing beats a home bar. This one features plenty of storage space in the Waypoint® 410 Maple Mocha Glaze three-sided glass cabinets.
At first glance, it feels like a kitchen in a home on the shore, but it’s actually in an Atlanta suburb. This litchen design is from Episode 3 of Home Free second season comes one of our favorite kitchens.
It may be hours away from crashing waves and a sandy beach, but this bedroom would look right at home on the coast. Waypoint 644 Painted Linen cabinets have been used to create unique furniture pieces. Not only are the floor-to-ceiling vertical lockers eye-catching, but they are also highly functional, offering the residents plenty of accessible storage.
Waypoint® custom columns add architectural interest and frame our elegant French Beauty library. Base cabinets support floor-to- ceiling open shelves creating display space that is as eye-catching as it is functional.
It’s white on white, but monochromatic it’s not! Waypoint® 644 Painted Silk cabinets and decorative accents create layered depths, contrasts, and shadows around every corner of the room. These draw the eye, reflect light and make a bright room even more so.
There’s a space for everything, and everything is in its space. This luxurious "his and hers" ensuite master closet features handsome Waypoint® 720 Painted Linen cabinets and shelving units for shoes, boots, purses and folded apparel.
It may be rustic, but it’s far from ordinary. Reclaimed barn wood doors used throughout the house, along with high, open-beamed ceilings and wide hardwood floors, give this ranch an authentic country feel.