Actress Joely Fisher is best known for her roles as Paige Clark on '90s sitcom Ellen, and then later as Joy Stark on 'Til Death. Now she’s opening up her home for HGTV’s Celebrity Holiday Homes. Designer Hillary Thomas combines jewel-toned colors such as teal, amethyst and gold to play off the peacock feathers scattered throughout the holiday decor. Rustic, woodland elements bring the entire look together.
This cottage kitchen from designer Rodney Tassistro makes a big statement with a bright red oven fixed between white cabinetry. Between the oven and black range hood a multicolor fish decorates the white paneled wall. The diagonal ceiling is also designed with white paneling.
Below the door handles to Cevicheria, there are fish stamped into the door, while above the handle, birds are flying. This helps to create the beach ambiance that is carried inside the restaurant. However, the stamps in the metal create intrigue for passersby when they glance in and see an octopus suspended from the ceiling, making the doors more than just a pretty decoration.
Fish wallpaper adds a whimsy and fun touch to this guest suite, which features a twin bed and ocean-blue wooden nightstand. A blue and pink quilt covers the bed, while a neutral cane back headboard is positioned behind the bed. A decorative fish lamp sits bedside.
A large striped rug outlines the perimeters of this spacious transitional living room in Chicago. A stylish gray sectional is decorated with colorful fish print throw pillows adding a touch of color to the calm, neutral palette.
A double vanity lends ample counter and storage space to this bathroom, decorated in a soothing white and cream color scheme. The wallpaper, depicting fish swimming in the sea, adds a subtle coastal feel to the space.
A round fire pit surrounded by large boulders is a cozy place to gather. The giant fish tank is a cool centerpiece to the backyard, which features natural-inspired walkways and stairs leading throughout space.
In the dining room that separates the kitchen and the living room, designers brought in a fun, wood buffet. The design of the wood on the front of the buffet gives a nod to driftwood that could be found on the beach, adding texture to the space's design. To finish off the nautical feel of the room, a centerpiece was crafted out of seashells, coral and fishing net.
Blue and green fish swim around this bathroom on the gray striped wallpaper. Empty gold and silver frames arranged on the wall add some metallic flair and decorate the space without disrupting the wallpaper pattern. A mirror on the wall above the toilet reflects the wall design making the room appear larger.
Actress Joely Fisher with her husband and children are surprised to find that designer Hillary Thomas has even decorated their pool for Christmas! Fun and brightly colored floating ornaments and even a floating Christmas tree invite the family outside after the reveal of their living room holiday makeover, as seen on HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes.
In this living-room makeover featured on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother, fish-scale tiles add texture to the neutral fireplace without overwhelming the transitional living room. A basket, glass vases filled with corks and a large decorative clock accessorize the mantel and hearth.
Trees may not be the first places homeowners think of hanging holiday wreaths, but in this natural setting they can serve triple duty as yard decorations, wind chimes and bird perches. Pick up a twig wreath and crafting bells from the craft store. Attach bells around the perimeter of the wreath with fishing wire or twine, then suspend the wreath from a branch with rope. Sprinkle some bird seed onto the wreath to attract birds throughout the season.