Decked out with colorful wall panels, distressed furniture and layered bed linens, this bedroom has a quaint cottage-style thanks to HGTV Design Star. By placing the bed between two doors, the illusion of headboard was instantly created. The sisal rug and coral sculpture lend a subtle coastal feel to the space.
This connected room blends several styles to create an eclectic combined seating and dining area. Painting the wardrobe doors to match the blue walls gives the illusion of a larger space. The differing chair designs help break up the separate sections of the room. An Asian wall piece adds a break in color on the walls, and the silver table provides shine in the matte room.
Before this master suite's renovation on season six of HGTV Design Star, it had no headboard. Contestant Karl creates this soft, upholstered one to add depth and a focal point to the room. "I love the headboard...it almost looks like subtle waves," says judge Vern Yip.
This living room, which flows freely from an adjacent open concept kitchen, features blueish gray walls and light hardwood floors, giving the space an inviting feel. A colorful patterned rug adds interest to the chic seating area.
A tall gray headboard and floor-to-ceiling drapes emphasize the height of this bedroom featured on HGTV's Design Star. A small bench at the foot of bed offers extra seating, while a sprinkling of metallic fixtures add a hint of luxury to the space. The ice blue bedding tones down the warm neutral walls.
Shifting the bed to the center of the area allows the windows to be its backdrop. Simple, lightweight Roman shades offer guests a glimpse of the outdoors, while Karl's water-inspired painted chair rail flows behind it all.
This dining room's dark wooden dining table is contrasted by four white upholstered chairs with nailhead trim. The color of the hardwood flooring pairs well with the blue walls. A false window with floor-length blue curtains gives the illusion of a larger room. A wooden Asian figurine decorates the space.