On HGTV Star Season 8, designers Tiffany Brooks, Boris Eckey, and Jeribai Tascoe transform the home of Giovanna and Eric Lawrence by adding brand-new kitchen cabinets, a new backsplash, and new countertops. For the backsplash, a mix of glass and ceramic tiles were used to add dimension, and a vivid blue bowl from One Kings Lane adds a dash of modern color to the countertops.
A collection of mirrors hung gallery style, above the overstuffed sofa, is the perfect alternative to art. Adding this many mirrors to one wall also amplifies the natural light. Design by HGTV Star winner Tiffany Brooks
Using a collection of found vases, a vintage album cover and antique leather-bound books, this hallway is the perfect transition for this eclectic lakeside vacation home. Design by HGTV Star winner Tiffany Brooks
This eclectic dining room was designed by HGTV Star contestants Brooks Atwood and Tiffany Brooks during HGTV Star season 8. A dining table with chunky columnar legs makes a big impact in the small apartment space.
On HGTV Star episode 804, a fireplace in the home of Giovanna and Eric Lawrence is updated from drab brown by designers Tiffany Brooks, Boris Eckey, and Jeribai Tascoe. The fireplace's new warm gray paint blends with the dining room's gray walls, creating the illusion of a larger room.
Since this space is designed for complete relaxation, Tiffany Brooks tones down the bedroom with soft neutrals and sea-inspired hues for this HGTV Star bedroom makeover. The graphic rug softens the hardwood floors and frames the space for the bed and nightstands.
What interior designer Tiffany Brooks calls the most exciting piece of art in the home, imagery of a vintage oak tree found at the Smithsonian with rings that show the age of the tree were replicated by an artist with the colors inverted, so the artwork almost looks like an x-ray of an oak tree ring.
What interior designer Tiffany Brooks calls one of her favorite pieces in the home, she sourced a local artist to create the large 5’ by 5’ foot custom piece of wall art above the buffet that serves as one of the focal points of the room.
Interior designer Tiffany Brooks used salmon-colored material for the front of the office's elegant wingback desk chair, with a bone white fabric for the back. A nail head trim provides the perfect finishing touch.