The popularity of high dynamic range (HDR) makes the inverse tone mapping become an important technique for HDR display. In this paper, we propose a convolutional neural network (CNN)-based inverse tone mapping method to generate a high-quality HDR image from one single standard dynamic range (SDR) image. First, we present a CNN design with a three- channel input, which considers both luminance and chrominance. Second, we propose to use overlapped inputs to remove the boundary artifacts, caused by zero paddings in CNN. Experimental results demonstrate the high quality of our generated HDR images compared to the ground truth.