“Two large paintings on either side of the front door were sourced locally — much of the art in the house is local,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum of the striking artwork art found in HGTV Dream Home 2015.
Sleek blue-gray closet doors complement the burnt orange pendant fixtures in this fun, yet neutral Malibu bedroom. A wall of glass provides expansive views of the Pacific Ocean. Modern artwork and a platform bed add character to the streamlined space.
To re-create the look of the costly lithographs for just $50, Designer Sabrina Soto used decoupage medium to attach ribbon to foam boards, then popped her artwork into ready-made frames. A machine-made rug cost only $850 and Design assistant Chris added doors and drawers to an unfinished bookcase to replicate the look of the high-end room's desk for only $300, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project.
Try this coastline blue tone for a fresh take on Caribbean style. Pairing it with salmon and pink bed linens creates a classic color combination. Colorful artwork adds to the overall vibrancy of the room while natural light from the french door keeps the space bright and awake.
Sliding glass doors leading to the patio allow light to fill this serene sitting area. Vibrant blue artwork mimics the ocean view beyond, and upholstered armchairs provide comfortable yet stylish seating.
Tall ceilings, a light color palette and French doors give this girl's room a fresh, spacious look. Light blue trim frames the doors and windows, while a deeper shade of blue pops in the patterned bedding. A red throw pillow complements the red in the artwork mounted above, and fuzzy stools bring a fun texture to the room.
A dining room and living room share space thanks to this open-concept floor plan. The spaces are tied together through a neutral palette with blue fabrics, accessories and artwork. French doors lead to a covered patio just outside.
HGTV's Fixer Upper host Joanna Gaines turned this once bland laundry room into a colorful and inspiring craft room. Two bright yellow light fixtures illuminate a large craft table, made from an old pocket door. New blue-gray cabinets provide plenty of storage for the space, and an attractive sheet metal magnet board is a perfect place to display the kids' artwork.