This bedroom sitting area features a dark brown wood wall which matches a dark brown sofa and area rug. Other furniture in the room include a white cushioned chair, low round white coffee table and low table with table lamp. A piece of wall art hangs above the sofa, adding a touch of personality to the space.
Lead architect Patrick Ahearn designed the kids’ bathroom across the hallway from the kids’ bedroom for privacy and convenience. Cheerful décor continues throughout the bathroom through duplicated patterns and colors.
A window seat built into a niched wall offers a bright and cozy place to read. The wood detail adds a rustic counterpoint to the bedroom's modern aesthetic. Simple furnishings and minimal decor complete the fresh design.
This eclectic bedroom earns a dose of glamour with gold accents, like this shelf and flower vase. A palm tree table lamp with a black shade adds a fun touch, while a seashell and geode provide natural decor.
This tween girl's bedroom is filled with polka dots and pink decor. The closet features frosted glass doors to enhance the feminine look. Angled shelves hold a variety of shoes, and narrow drawers hold accessories like scarves, belts and hair accessories. Photo courtesy of California Closets.
As seen on Beach Flip, contestants Sarah and Nick renovated the second floor master bedroom with a feature wood wall, a custom built sliding wood barn door, closet organizers and updated decor at the Gulf Dreams condo. See before and after photos, plus our favorite design details.
Amie and Jolie helped Miranda Lambert decorate an Airstream trailer as a surprise gift for her mom, Bev. The three used white paint, decorate pillows and vintage décor to transform the bedroom into a bright and girly space, as seen on Junk Gypsies.
Though a formal dining room, this space is kept unfussy with contemporary decor choices by designer Amy Zolin. An organic wallcovering adds unexpected texture to the space, and the pattern is echoed in the home's master bedroom. A table with clean lines includes exposed butterfly joints for extra visual appeal.
I'm sentimental about family heirlooms and can't bring myself to get rid of long-treasured items, even when they are not exactly my taste. The ornate pink chair and settee in our bedroom were my great grandmother's and while they don't necessarily jibe with my other decor, their vivid color and quirkiness still make them perfect for a little sitting area.
Black carpet with a white logo sets the stage for a stylish black and white bedroom and lounge area. A loft bed sits over a sectional with alternating black and white cushions. Speaker throw pillows and a boom box picture add a music themed decor to the room. A striped ceiling brings a tight pattern to the design.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson borrowed 20 square feet from a neighboring bedroom to allow room for a luxurious free standing soaking tub in this newly renovated master bath. In addition to the industrial fixtures and decor, a glass shower with a rolling door creates a contemporary look in this now bright and spacious room.
The effective layout of this space gives it the full functionality of a non-studio apartment. Offset from the bedroom, the sofa faces the back wall creating an intimate seating area of its own. A cubicle shelf unit serves as a simple room divider between the living room and bedroom. Small, sleek accessories and decor make the space visually appealing while keeping it from appearing cluttered or busy. Tip: Use warm colors, like orange and taupe, to make the room look cozy without feeling dark. Design by HGTV fan bearkelley
This 12-by-17-foot apartment does not leave much space for creating a separate bedroom, kitchen and living room, but the neutral color scheme and warm accessories provide an open feel with the intimacy of a small space. "My biggest challenge was creating a space that did not feel like a bedroom. I placed the bed next to the kitchen to allow maximum light and views out the windows," HGTV fan moderngeek73 says. Tip: Keep furniture and decor to a minimum if your space is extra small. Use small light fixtures and furnishings.
In the hallway leading to the bedroom, even more art awaits. Much like the map of Paris in the kitchen, large metallic lanterns are mementos from the couple’s wedding. Tanika kept the Moroccan pieces for use in the home, pairing them with a 200-year old, hand-painted Chinese chest. The oversized Scrabble pieces set above, also began as part of the wedding decor, spelling out the couple’s initials. The combination of modern metallics with vintage global wares is a hallmark of Tanika’s style and one of the secrets to her beautiful home.