This shared boys’ bedroom may lack in space, but there are no sacrifices in style thanks to smart space planning, careful layering of colors and textures, and lots of whimsical elements. With ageless elements like hanging chairs and resin antlers, this is a room kids can continue to grow into and not out of.
Airy Sunroom With Coffered Ceiling and Wainscoting
Crisp wainscoting and a craftsman, coffered ceiling make this English-inspired sunroom a sought-after spot to eat breakfast each morning. The industrial pendant light and built-in booth add a welcomed, relaxed feeling in this otherwise formal space.
Cozy Green Breakfast Nook From HGTV Dream Home 2009
Just steps from the gourmet kitchen and overlooking the lush courtyard, the breakfast nook in the HGTV Dream Home 2009 creates a cozy, inviting space, making it the perfect spot to gather with family or friends, read the morning paper or fuel up with a cup of coffee before the work day. The bamboo window shades soften the space and add a touch of texture.
This relaxing sitting room features a neutral sofa paired with bold blue accents, including a patterned area rug and leather pouf ottoman. A neutral polka dot ottoman is positioned in front of the sofa, while framed modern artwork hangs above. Colorful throw pillows provide a finishing touch.
Pale Green Transitional Bedroom With Tree-Trunk Prints
In planning the interiors for this home, the designer wanted to give the spaces an organic, nature-inspired feel that would complement the cabin's woodsy setting. Here, pale green accents echo leaves and trees while tree-trunk prints decorate the wall above the bed.
Green Transitional Sitting Room With Eclectic Accents
This soft green sitting room just outside the master bedroom at HGTV Dream Home 2012 features an eclectic mix of contemporary and traditional pieces. A hand-knotted rug anchors the space and pairs well with the room's diverse collection of upholstery fabrics. The abstract oil on canvas ties the room's many elements together.
The nursery doubles as a guest room when family comes to visit. The guest bed uses layered pillows in plaid, stripes and polka dots to complement the bright green and white color theme. This space allows the baby boy to grow into his room as well.
Green Transitional Living Room With Masculine Vibe
A comfortable modern sectional, a solid coffee table and green velvet x-based stools set the mood for this transitional living room. Well-chosen accents and a soothing green wall color fill the space with a masculine sensibility.
"Colorful produce is a fragrant and easy way to add style to the entry," stylist Matthew Mead says. "Inexpensive fruits like green apples, tangelos and lemons" add interest everywhere, from centerpieces to the staircase, and create engaging focal points, he says. "Berries and sprigs of evergreen add a festive touch." Photo courtesy of Matthew Mead
This bedroom design is tasteful and refined enough to grow with the child, yet touches of whimsy ensure the space is appealing to a younger age range, as well. A geometric play structure provides a striking focal point and fun hideout.