Light from the track lighting, pendant lights and clerestory windows bounces off the stainless steel countertops and appliances in this midcentury modern kitchen. Soft, neutral shades of green tile add color to the room without overpowering the design. Frosted glass cabinets top the lower light wood cabinets.
A touch of Hollywood glamour in the home theater at the 2010 HGTV Dream Home transforms a traditional entertainment room into a luxe space for relaxing and movie watching. Frosted glass doors attached to barn door hardware provide privacy during show times. Tripod-mounted steel lamps, outfitted with a milk glass diffuser, can be positioned as needed and provide soft, white illumination.
The fabulous cook’s kitchen is filled with natural light from the large windows and skylights. Double islands provide plenty of prep and work space, as well as a great spot for dining. Custom Italian cabinets allow for much-needed storage while creating a one-of-a-kind look.
Bubblegum pink and baby blue are often associated with juvenile spaces, but if you get the mix of elements right, it can fit almost any age group or style. Here, molded plastic chairs in a muted shade of robin's-egg blue are a bit more grown up than baby blue, and a toned-down shade of bubblegum pink is introduced with grommeted drapery panels.
If you're one half of a couple you know that pulling together a bedroom, whether it's deciding on the wall color, selecting a piece of art or buying your first big-ticket piece of furniture, can quickly go from a fun afternoon outing to a full-on debate. Creating a look that's comfortable and fits both your styles doesn't have to be a struggle. Here are a few design tips to help you create a sanctuary you can both feel great about.
This homeowner opted for a foosball room over a home office. To create a playful space, the designer installed a custom Lucite swing, Alan Campbell Montecito Zig Zag Roman shades, an IKEA sheepskin rug and Currey & Company's Simpatico Orb Chandelier.
As seen on HGTV's Design On a Dime, this small, yet sophisticated eat-in kitchen offers a seamless look thanks to a crisp, clean paint job. Small pops of color, plus decorative bar stools, allow the neutral wood countertop and cabinets to really shine.
Custom furnishings like a mirrored bed frame work together to create a look of Hollywood regency in this grand guest room. Different patterns on the wall and carpet in muted tones complement each other and add texture to the space without being overwhelming.
To add energy and visual interest to its neutral palette, this living room makes compelling use of different shapes. A orb-like chandelier hovers above the blocky coffee table. On the mantel, a collection of vases shows off graceful curves.
This hall features a curved balcony area and iron railing that allow people passing through a glimpse at the rustic great room. A circular red floral area rug adds a pop of color, while the vaulted ceilings and recessed lighting keep the space open.
In the guest bedroom, designers chose to accentuate the room's unique shape by lining furniture up along the length of the space. Then, to make the room feel larger, they brought in simple furniture and decor, keeping with a neutral color palette to accentuate the tall ceilings and take advantage of the natural light let in through the windows.
Children's rooms offer a chance to be playful, more so than in adult spaces such as lounges and living rooms. For a touch of whimsy, a table lamp made of stacked teapots with a woven seagrass shade is at home atop the side table next to Orly's rocker. The playfulness is appropriate for a nursery, and the organic shade fits perfectly with the all-natural aesthetic geared toward adult guests.