“The goal is always to maximize space and get as much storage as possible, so you can get things put away and not have them out,” says designer Linda Woodrum of the HGTV Smart Home 2015 master closet design. “The more places you have to put things, the less clutter you have out, and it just makes everything look better.”
The cozy corner of the laundry room of the HGTV Smart Home 2013, in bright green and white, features three black and white prints next to the interior door, a contemporary window treatment, and green upholstered bench. A touch of blue in the window treatment and the stool complement the color scheme.
Whether you’re hosting a night of super bowl fun or catching up on your favorite shows, this wall-mounted TV is a sight to behold. “We have a really awesome 80” ultra-high definition television up in the loft, and it’s quite spectacular,” says HGTV Smart Home 2015 house planner Jack Thomasson.
HGTV Smart Home 2019 is located in Dallas, Texas: a city bursting with activities for the whole family, like the Dallas Zoo. The Dallas Zoo opened in 1888 with two deer and two mountain lions; now it has 2,000 animals and a million visitors a year. There’s a lot to see and do at this popular Dallas attraction.
HGTV Smart Home 2019 is located in Dallas, Texas, culinary home to both adventurous cuisine and familiar foods done Big-D differently—like Hot Dr Pepper. Dr Pepper—the oldest American soft drink—was invented in 1885 in Chip and Jo’s hometown of Waco by a pharmacist who liked to tinker with the mixtures of the soda drinks. Dr Pepper is now enjoyed throughout the world, but how about this Dallas deviation—Hot Dr Pepper!
Neon house numbers are a fun touch that make a big statement and make sure guests can always find their way. “Our white neon street numbers on the front of the house are very cool,” says HGTV Smart Home 2015 house planner Jack Thomasson. “They were fabricated locally; there’s kind of a neon story here in Austin.”
Daybeds with curtains are great for extra seating as well as slumber parties. We’ve totally encased the beds in curtains,” says HGTV Smart Home 2015 designer Linda Woodrum. “They become private little rooms, but you could also lie there and watch TV. This is like the slumber party mecca or super bowl party room.”
This eclectic teal dining room from the HGTV Smart Home 2013 features an artistic vibe, pairing together a formal dining room table, industrial chandelier and wall-to-wall dark brown china closet with glass front cabinets. Bright blue glass candlesticks are used as a centerpiece, while a sheer curtain is used to divide the dining and living spaces.
A custom window seat doubles as a daybed and provides extra storage with built-in bookshelves in this sophisticated kid's room, found in HGTV Smart Home 2014. A queen-sized bed rests against a striped wall of wood panels painted various colors found throughout the room. The dark wood dresser and TV are nestled in an alcove to provide more space in the room.
Colorful and comfy, these gorgeous blue sectionals are just begging to be enjoyed. According to HGTV Smart Home 2015 designer Linda Woodrum, “We never sit on the furniture, but of all the houses we have ever worked on, this is the hardest place not to sit at the end of those long days, because it’s very cool!”
HGTV Smart Home 2019 is located in Dallas, Texas: a city bursting with activities for the whole family, like the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum: The Samurai Collection. The Samurai Collection features an array of samurai objects—helmets, masks, weapons and full suits of armor—dating as far back as the 7th century and amassed over the last few decades by the Barbier-Mueller family.
An LED TV sits in a rustic niche across from the couch. “We have a lot of fencing outside that is cedar. We brought that inside, so there is a real definite tie in,” says HGTV Smart Home 2015 designer Linda Woodrum. “We took that cedar, put it in the back of the niche where the TV is, and we painted the opposite wall.”
HGTV Smart Home 2019 is located in Dallas, Texas: a city bursting with activities for the whole family, like the Perot Museum of Science and Nature. A top Dallas attraction, the Perot Museum of Science and Nature is a huge space—11 permanent exhibit halls, a traveling exhibit hall and a 3D theater—but it is so well-designed that it’s easy to navigate and never seems that crowded.
HGTV Smart Home 2019 is located in Dallas, Texas: a city bursting with activities for the whole family, like the State Fair of Texas and Fair Park. With its annual attendance exceeding the population of the city, it really seems as though every Dallas resident attends the State Fair. And why wouldn’t they? Indulgent food, fun rides, fantastic shows and crazy exhibits. Did we mention indulgent food?
The subtle gray tones in this wood dining table bring down the intensity of the red and black decor in this dining room that doubles as a work space at the 2014 HGTV Smart Home. Having a dual-purpose room is significant," explains interior designer Linda Woodrum. "Homeowners can easily host casual dinner parties in the evening and set up a hard-working office space during the day."
A mosaic horse statue brings another element of Texas life into the charming living room. According to HGTV Smart Home 2015 designer Linda Woodrum, “There are a lot of fun objects in the room that add to this story and are subtle references to being in Texas with a lot of its wide open countryside – little subtle tweaks that reference where we are without being too in-your-face.”
HGTV Smart Home 2019 is located in Dallas, Texas: a city bursting with activities for the whole family, like River Ranch at Texas Horse Park. It’s in the Texas Rulebook somewhere that if you’re in Texas you’ve gotta get on a horse at some point. River Ranch at Texas Horse Park can help you check that box. With pony and trail rides (age-determined), a petting zoo and more, this place is fun for all ages.
The sparkling, contemporary chandelier is a gorgeous highlight in the HGTV Smart Home 2015 master bedroom. According to the house planner, Jack Thomasson, “There was a very deliberate orientation of that fixture, so that at night time when the light is on and you’re on the street, it’s like this perfect framing of the fixture from the front of the house. We spent a lot of time working on getting it the right distance from the ceiling to see it from the street, and it looks really cool.”