This space was all about finding storage solutions for a couple moving into a small space. Two sheepskin stools kept beneath the console table provide extra seating for entertaining guests. The Lucite table helps to visually expand without overwhelming the space.
Cousins John Colaneri and Anthony Carrino added a rustic chic breakfast bar behind the new oven in this contemporary kitchen. Soft faux sheepskins cover old wooden stools for a cool and comfortable look, as seen on HGTV's Cousins Undercover.
Textile designer, Khristian A. Howell, says, "Put your feet first. A dramatic and easy way to change things up in a room is by bringing in a great rug. Sheepskin rugs are so wonderful for the winter months. They feel wonderful under foot, and bring lots of warmth into the room, while keeping a light airy feeling."
This gorgeous bathroom layers in many different materials—marble, wood, sheepskin, metals—for a luxurious, refined effect. The large red rug pulls the space together and beautifully complements the wood accents.
The third floor was transformed into this wonderful family room that has something for everyone: a teepee hideout, big sectional in handsome denim blue, a tv and unimposing storage. Skylights flood the space with natural light.
In this refreshingly modern nursery, soft brown is a perfect backdrop for pops of fun colors and bold graphics like the orange name on the wall. Paired with white trim, the palette is soothing yet crisply sophisticated.
Dark, masculine suit-stitch textile wallpaper creates a dashing look in this bedroom. For added luxury, the designers mixed light and dark tones and soft textiles for the bedding. Gold accents finish the space off. Wallpaper: Maya Romanoff wallcovering
The main goal in this family home's redesign? Bring light and life to a previously dark and dingy space. In the joined living and dining room, interesting texture and patterns were layered onto a restrained color palette.
One corner of this home's living room was turned into an attractive dining area with the addition of a white tulip table and chairs in bold black. Using not just one, but two walls to make a gallery of vintage art and photographs helps define and enclose the space.