This inviting entrance hall features a large metal wall clock positioned above a plaid loveseat. Neutral floral wallpaper is paired with wainscoting for a traditional look, while framed plant and floral drawings add a finishing touch.
As seen on HGTV and DIY Network's Flipping the Block, Amanda Marks and Curtis Goldin had only $80 left to renovate their living room for the sixth challenge. Their big design decision was to take out the popcorn ceiling and expose the wooden subfloor of the second floor; the rest of the room was designed around that idea, with rustic pieces from Joss & Main, and under-stair storage and shelves made by Curtis.
Starting at the bottom of this brightly-colored staircase, you know it will be a memorable trip. Mixing the large antique wall clock with the more modern chrome and wood staircase creates an eclectic, interesting look against the turquoise walls.
Framed family photos hang behind the couch and leather armchair, creating a gallery wall. A polished nickel floor lamp with a drum shade adds sophistication to the space. The diamond patterned floor pouf serves as a foot rest or stool.
This efficient kitchen space features flat-front dark brown cabinets paired with sleek brushed nickel hardware and glossy black countertops. A large kitchen island allows room for a cooktop on one side and two stools on the other, providing room for casual dining. Neutral floor tiles add a finishing touch.
An ebony sink stands out against the cream counters in this kitchen, which has a peekaboo wall opening that offers a view of a dining room. A large clock with Roman numbers is on the wall above this wall opening.
Wood paneling warms this spacious room, and a large painted clock stands out against the dark wood wall color. Antique armchairs and sofa in muted tones bring a touch of Colonial charm to the rustic wood walls.
The open design features a white coffered ceiling, blue and white area rug and blue accent throw pillows. A long neutral sofa and curved brown velvet tufted chair provide stylish seating around a circular leather coffee table. A large roman numeral clock breaks up the neutral wall space.
This design embraces the size of this kitchen and the asymmetry of the built-in cabinetry by staining some of the cabinets a deep espresso color and leaving the cabinets on the primary wall (with stove and microwave) in a lighter maple. A fun touch visible in this photo is that the end of the peninsula is painted in chalkboard paint. Red accents, including a large clock, add pops of color throughout the space.