The three-dimensional wall tiles in this dining nook are actually made from a recycled byproduct of sugar cane processing. The individual tiles fit together to form a seamless pattern and are easily installed using construction grade double-stick adhesive tape.
In the foyer, designers wanted to make a bold statement with the space's design, so they brought in crisp, white flowers to contrast with the dark wall tile. The wall tile gives the space a three dimensional effect and relief with lighting. Finally, a custom designed, modern console table was crafted out of dark and white woods to help seamlessly transition the design from white to dark.
For this renovation, featured in HGTV's America's Most Desperate Kitchens, the reconfigured floor plan the dining area has been relocated. Highlights in the new space include a three-dimensional paneled wall treatment, custom banquette with storage drawers and a larger dining table that's expandable with additional leaves.
Small birch trees are growing woven into the design of the protruding wall panels. The copper wall finish looks beautiful against the green of the grass below and creates a bright space reflecting the light from the sun.
As seen on HGTV Design Star, Kevin Grace used butcher paper to create a 3D, textured wall in this dining space. White furniture and a painted green floor add a contrast to the brown paper. Kevin covered his dining table with guest checks from the restaurant warehouse, and fashioned a shag rug out of mops.
Blown glass art hanging from the ceiling immediately draws the eye in this stylish sitting room. Barrel shaped sconces are mounted on wall panels over looking the sitting space. Four matching leather chairs with diamond patten finish look in on this unique and textural coffee table with 3D metal middle.
Overhead, a 3D ceiling treatment brings some texture to the master bedroom. A gallery wall featuring rock & roll artists completes the space, with metallic frames that echo the color of the chandelier.
A feather-like look on the accent wallpaper draws the eye to the back of the room. A brown leather headboard and white bed linens are decorated by a pair of velvet blue throw pillows. A deeper royal blue armchair and 3D geometric mirror continue the accent color. A shag rug brings a soft texture against the hardwood flooring and black dresser.
Maintaining a mantra of "go big or go home," Antonio Ballatore, former HGTV Design Star contestant and host of HGTV's The Antonio Project, takes ordinary rooms and makes them wow-worthy. Case in point: this Japanese-inspired master bedroom that features a 3D painted wall mural and a three-panel Asian screen design. The peaceful blue wall color and grass-cloth wallpaper with Japanese waves bring a beach theme to the space. The bed has drawers underneath for extra storage.
The navy chair brings a bold color statement to the neutral surroundings of this stylish sitting set up. The fabric upholstered on the back of the chair adds light color and pattern complimenting the bright blue and green watercolor wall art. The dresser features a feminine but edgy look with geometric 3D drawers.
A striped floor leads to the highlight of this patio design featuring a 3D designed copper wall. Birch trees weave through the protruding panels of the wall integrating the design with the garden. A row of lush succulents lines the wall with landscape lighting shining up and reflecting off the metal finish.
Walls encase this patio sitting room, but the sunlight streams in from above. Arched panels protruding from the wall give a unique, 3D finish behind a row of small succulents adding natural color to the space. The patio floor is striped powder blue and white under a collection of black patio furniture with white cushions. A single orange throw pillow adds a touch of color and compliments the hue of the retaining walls.
This modern master bathroom features a white double vanity with under mount sinks and an orchid centerpiece, beautifully simple vanity lighting, and powder blue walls with a gray 3D floral print accent wall.