Instead of the time-consuming chore of stringing endless Christmas lights, save yourself some time and just line your porch stairs (or the porch itself) with luminaries (battery-powered candles are safest) and pretty glass or plexi vessels filled with ornaments. When Christmas is over, remove the ornaments but keep the winter-themed deer luminaries.
In the home's office space, natural light is a big part of the design. A pair of double windows keeps the sunlight shining in the space, while bright accents keep it light and bright. David and Kortney were able to add visual interest to the space by mixing textures, adding a touch of personality.
To dress up this powder room, designers went with a blue, gray and cream penny round tile floor. With its proximity to the kitchen, these colors will make the two spaces complementary to each other, keeping them both light and bright.
Designers wanted to make sure the family had plenty of fun spaces to hang out together, so they added this fun, bright bar area. Textured wallpaper and rich wood combine with the natural light of the large windows to bring a funky, outdoor feel right into the interior space. To add even more eclectic color, designers hung bright wall plates and covered the barstools with bold fabrics to ensure that the family could enjoy this colorful space in style and comfort.
Sunny Side Up - If you thrive on sunshine, your bedroom should be bright and airy. Sheer curtains let in lots of natural light, and the addition of a mirror will help make your room even brighter. Stick with a wall color that’s light and refreshing to ensure you’ll always wake up to a welcoming sight.
Shining surfaces contrast with aged furniture for a unique combination of new and old that creates character in this small space. Bright colors and natural light flood the space for an enhanced ambiance.
The homeowners wanted their daughters' room to be bright and funky, just like them, so designers created a space that is youthful and fun, but that still blends with the design of the home as a whole. Though the room is a shared space, designers made certain that each girl has her own place to display her favorite things. Shelving around each of the girls' beds makes that possible, while brightly colored paper lanterns and a flower rug add color to the space.
For this French Country dining room, Designer Nichole Jacobson chose vibrant colors, girlie patterns, bold statements. Metallic wallpaper design adds texture and style, when paired with the turquoise painted ceiling and bright yellow armoire.
Painting out the wood in Cameron and Krystal's bedroom as well as removing the dark wood furniture creates an open and peaceful retreat. The new light furniture pieces brighten the space and additional storage reduces the chaos, as seen on Buying and Selling.