A bright white faux deer head and playful yellow pillows counterbalance the deep shade of olive on the walls in this transitional bedroom. The pillows differ in pattern for variety yet match in color for fluidity.
Glossy black subway tile and a patterned gray tile floor balance out the bold, colorful graffiti design on the breakfast nook dining furniture. In the great room, faux deer heads painted every shade of the rainbow inject a dose of whimsy and surprise.
This bedroom features exposed brick walls, a built-in bookcase, a deer head wall mount, candelabra and an antique sewing machine. A tall window lets in plenty of light and is controlled by a bamboo shade.
A papier-mache deer head hangs above a Venetian-plastered concrete-look fireplace in this open living room. A white Eames chair is paired with an eye-catching accent pillow to fill the room's style quotient.
The owner of this French Country home wanted to redesign her house to better fit her girly style, so she added some bold, stylish pieces to her living room. The milk-white deer head, the pink chair, animal hide rug and clear coffee table make a unique statement in the space, while the traditional fireplace, nude canvas chairs and elegant sconces keep the classy tradition of the French Country style alive in her home.
A chocolate brown wall in this living room ties together an eclectic array of furniture, including two metal upholstered chairs, a low tan sofa, tripod floor lamp, potted trees and a mounted wooden deer head sculpture. Other decor includes a black leather chaise longue with chrome accents and a faux fur throw, as well as a gray tufted reclining chair.
To visually separate the "big girl" side of this shared girls' room from the nursery side, designers added stripes to the walls, brought in a new toddler bed and upcycled mint green dresser and added cool, grown up details like the stylish deer head with pink antlers and the chic prints above the dresser to create a space that is all for this toddler, even though she has to share it with her little sister.
As seen on HGTV's Elbow Room, Chip and his design team continue the rustic feel throughout the sitting room. Incorporating natural elements such as the wood furnishings and the wood above the mantel, as well as the beautiful wood farmhouse door and refinished wood floors help the bring out the look. Details such as a stylish deer head and plush throw pillows pull the space together. The large windows above the couch bring in natural light and make the whole space glow.