The three-story Britt Scripps Inn is one of the finest examples of Victorian architecture in San Diego, California. It has been completely restored to authentically reflect the craftsmanship and rich heritage of the late 1800s.
Intertwine fruits, feathers, pine cones and mini glass ornaments throughout garland for a designer look. For the holidays, Britt Scripps Inn in San Diego, Calif., runs an intricate garland up the grand staircase, which is original to the house, built in 1887. Photo courtesy of Britt Scripps Inn
This run-down bathroom was falling apart. Eric added all-new features, like this bright new double vanity. He also combined a tub and shower and added a linen closet. The $5,659 investment resulted in $10,000 of added value, as seen on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother.
A family space for play and relaxation replaces the disorganized pile of toys in this bonus room. "I’m not a fan of multi-purpose rooms, but this works," says judge and Love It or List It host David Visentin, as seen on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother.
This contemporary living room from Brother Vs. Brother is centered around the modern gray sectional which is given a boost by orange, blue and white throw pillows. A patterned blue rug and metal and glass coffee table completes the look.
Galvanized-style door knobs hint to thoughtful details found throughout the house. "The house is relaxed, and we wanted to do something a little different than traditional knobs," says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
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.
You probably know actor Lorenzo Lamas best from his role in '80s soap opera Falcon Crest or as Hector Ramirez on daytime soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful. See how designer Kelli Ellis uses shades of purple, gold and brown to create edgy holiday decor for actor Lorenzo Lamas and his family.