This living room coffee table features a natural wood look and varying colors tones for a beautiful finish. A red apple centerpiece display pops in the room full of neutrals. A stone fireplace surround brings a textural accent to the pastel blue walls and creates a light backdrop for the wood tones and brown leather armchair.
A neutral upholstered sofa and yellow patterned chair create a fun sitting area around a sleek transparent coffee table. Colorful patterns in framed art display additional color above the couch, complementing the various colors and patterns in the many accent pillows. Glass lamps with white lampshades sit on slim end tables flanking the sofa, blending into the white wall color.
To separate the home's front entrance from the highway, designers built concrete walls to frame a small courtyard, using polygal and steel panels to create a bit of transparency on the side of the carport and as a small accent on the street side. Now, the entry circulation comes parallel to the driveway on the street side with bright red doors which match the front door and visually call visitors and clarify the entry sequence.
The dining room in this space embraces the cabin's modern roots. With the exposed beams in the ceiling, the natural wood table and the plaid dining chairs, the space is very cabin-esque. However, Trista adds some modern accents, such as the chandelier and the artwork on the walls, to incorporate some of the modern touches that the family like so much.
Kitchen Cousins John Colaneri and Anthony Carrino took a narrow and dated galley kitchen, blew out some walls and created this beautifully open floor plan in a luxe new space that marries kitchen, dining area and living room. The window between the dining area and living room is actually a single, large span of glass. The framing elements -- technically termed mullions -- create the effect of individual panes and are actually a decorative accent added separately.
If you're using your dining space for creative and work purposes, try to keep things as cheerful and bright as possible to make the spot more enticing. While the walls and wainscoting of the space are light and neutral with white and dove-gray finishes, the colorful accent pieces stand out and add personality.
The Durfy kitchen has been updated to include an open concept floor plan and a classy color palette. The all white kitchen contains modern aspects such as the custom glass cabinet doors, the unique pendant lights, the milk glass accents and the pops of color throughout the space. The modern design on the back wall pulls the space together.
The colors used on walls, floors and fabrics along with unique design details are the key to updating the look of a traditional home. The console in this entry is covered with a custom skirt that features grommets that look like nail heads. Nails and tacks are used on wood and metal, but they are an uncommon addition on fabric. Additionally, the band accent incorporates curves in its design detail instead of straight lines. The mirror above the console has beautifully proportioned divisions in a mullion-like configuration around its perimeter. This edging adds both dimension and interest to the mirror, mirror on the wall.
As seen on HGTV's Anthony and John have recreated the once small living room area into a grand yet cozy space. Black leather seats for the modern chic look compliment the high asymmetric cathedral-like ceilings for that grand feel, track lighting for a modern look and red accents defines this room. A fireplace carved into a stone wall and a smart reading area overlooked by a coo coo clock defines this room as seen on HGTV's Renovation Raiders.
Tamara’s bedroom is a far cry from the high-energy of the living area. Away from the bright colors and energetic patterns, this is a space designed for relaxation. The dark gray walls set an intimate mood, overlaid by black and white accents that continue the calm feeling. Warm pops of pink from the bedding provide contrast. The art in this space is simple and focused, a tribute to the designer, her husband, and the home that they share.
The living room epitomizes the style of this home. Strong architectural details are complemented, not covered, by tastefully understated gallery walls. And once again the white walls and wood floors are the perfect backdrop for the home’s boldest color statement—an inviting velvet sofa in a soft, pink blush. Though small accessories, sculptures and pieces of art accent the room throughout, the biggest pattern statement in the room is made by the wood floor, the repeating diamond geometric blends seamlessly into the room while creating visual interest from the floor up.
Chip and his team from HGTV's hit show Elbow Room remodeled the Struves' home office so that it had a separate entrance that keeps guests and clients out of the couple's bedroom. They also added features such as noise canceling walls to keep any distracting noises away from them as they work. There is extra storage in the office now as well as cool modern furniture and accents that appeal to the couple's creative side.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, a beautiful and functional new kitchen island looks out into the living room of this open plan main floor. Taking full advantage of the small space, Sarah packed a large sink, a second stainless steel oven and plenty of extra storage into the island's design. Two support beams, accented by gorgeous antique white corbels, are all that remain of the wall that once separated the kitchen from the living area.
A personalized, intuitive design incorporating the application of timeless, quality materials creates a home perfect for entertaining. The rooms are defined with the use of drop ceiling details and feature design elements. A wood drop ceiling is positioned above the kitchen island low back bar chairs. The low backs are echoed by the dining chairs. The dining area is accented with a cultured stone wall with built-in fireplace. Windows surround the sitting room creating a unique decor for each section.
The dining room was awkward and small, so designers covered the walls with a fun, gold malachite wallpaper and addd a linear chandelier to distract from the odd lines on the space and draw the eye to the center of the space. To bring in a bigger sense of richness, designers brought in bold purples to accent the gold wallpaper. At the entrance to the space, a surfboard and photography add a playful contrast to the formal, elegant dining space.
As seen on HGTV's hit show Love It or List It, Hilary's design for this kitchen opens up the space and makes it feel larger than the original floor plan. She adds storage to this space by using a kitchen island in the middle of the room. The neutral colors on the cabinets and windows are accented by a pop of color on the far wall. That color also helps to separate the eat-in area from the main part of the kitchen.
Warm neutrals with golden accents draw you into this warm, intimate master bedroom. The slight sheen on the drapery panels and bedding add a luminous quality, and the linear details of the fabrics and furniture are caught by the light from the wall mounted arc sconces on either side of the room. A true retreat within the home, this cozy spot will make for a memorable 'staycation.'
This lovely cottage style dining room has a cozy, intimate feel. The dining room table, which seats six, has a warm, dark stain that is accented by the inviting, neutral color of the walls and the fabrics in the space. The sliding doors in the room lead to the back deck, and also let in an abundance of natural light. The chandelier helps to light the space and give it a warm, inviting feel.