Stepping back from the bed reveals a large, royal blue nightstand with room underneath for storage. When paired with the bird statue, area rug and patterned curtain, the nightstand easily accentuates the blue hues around the room.
This outdoor courtyard features stone-lined water fountain with a herron bird statue and lilly pads inside the pond. Green foliage plants cover the space, while red Asian-style roof tiles complement the overall look of the area.
Stack books on their side to create risers for everyday objects like vases, figurines and photos. The simple styling of a few collectibles – here, a bird statue, vase and orchid – can create an artful display on a tabletop or bookshelf.
This pink and white bedroom has plenty of character, making it perfect for any tween girl. The color story is highlighted by the pink and white flowers from the upholstered headboard which is complimented by the vintage throw pillows. The dark brown nightstand provides the perfect contrast to the room with the white lamp featuring pink trim detail and bird statues.
Neutral tones bring cohesion to a mix of styles in this eclectic living room. A wingback chair provides extra seating when entertaining and the root-style side table adds to the earthy color palette of this living room.
This distressed cabinet completes a bedroom space after the remodel, as seen on HGTV's original series Brother Vs. Brother. Jonathan Scott's team replaced the old carpet with hardwood floors and applied a fresh coat of paint to give the room a new look.
A simple white desk and dainty metal chair create a functional desk area in this stunning master bedroom. Large windows allows plenty of natural light to brighten the room while heavy traditional draperies soften the space.
Rich and luxe, this traditional living space uses contemporary elements -- such as the white chairs with hammered upholstery tacks -- to add an updated feel. Together with a vibrant zebra-print ottoman, bird painting and animal statues, the room feels rustic and alive.
“Cake stands are a fun way to add height and layering,” says interior designer Jade Joyner, co-owner of Metal + Petal in Athens, Ga. She then tied the red in the cake stand to the bottom level with Asian foo dog statues. For texture, use plants and glassware, like these vintage hobnob glasses. Don’t forget the greenery, either, with houseplants and low-maintenance plants, like the bird’s nest fern on the bottom level and a glass cloche terrarium with a succulent.