Boy's Red and White LEGO-Themed Bedroom With Play Table
This boy's red and white bedroom was designed to match his love of LEGO bricks. It includes a red and white striped area rug with matching cornice, a white window seat with cabinet storage, a clear acrylic play table, a blue and white striped bed with custom pillows, and a creative bundle hanglamp pendant light that looks a group of light bulbs suspended from red strings.
Bold Dining Room Entry With Custom Artwork and Arched Doorway
A local artist was commissioned to create a dramatic floral entry to the dining room. An arched doorway leads the way to the dining room, which shows off the room's floral upholstered chairs, red curtains and neutral tile floors.
Exterior of Gorgeous Red Party Barn With Open Yard
An open yard with small planted trees and shrubs allows this beautiful red party barn to shine in the evening light. Mulched areas create fluid lines from the house perimeter into the yard. Landscape lighting dotted around the property creates a twinkly look.
The playroom for these girls has it all! In one corner, there is a cozy place to read. In the center of the room is floor space for play and a group table for puzzles and games. Finally, there is a space where each girl has her own desk and bulletin board.
Eye-popping vermillion walls and sleek metal supports create a foyer with maximum pizzazz in this contemporary Reno home. An open design is functional for entertaining and allows in plenty of natural light. Large windows connect the house to its seven-acre site, located in a private, gated community.
From: Dickson Realty
Luxury Portfolio International®
As seen on HGTV's Cousins Undercover this stairwell is an attractive and inviting space animated with bold colors.This red paneled stairway wall hung with artwork and photos and black painted staircase brings visual interest to an overlooked space.
Vermilion-colored walls paired with teal bedding add a bright punch in a windowless corner of this bunk room, perfect for sleepovers. Built-in drawers below the lower bunks create spots to tuck away clothes.
This fan, original to the home, stole Jen's heart as her favorite find. Always looking to personalize their new home, Brandon and Jen decided to make this into a one-of-a-kind art piece that would nod to the home's long history. Vintage sconces on both sides of the fan were found in the home.
You're not seeing double. The mirrored ceiling of the Mixologist Quarters at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014 expands the small space. Designed by Reba Jones, the dramatic backlit dispensary is reflected in the ceiling, creating double the impact.