On HGTV Star Season 8, designers Tiffany Brooks, Boris Eckey, and Jeribai Tascoe transform the home of Giovanna and Eric Lawrence by adding brand-new kitchen cabinets, a new backsplash, and new countertops. For the backsplash, a mix of glass and ceramic tiles were used to add dimension, and a vivid blue bowl from One Kings Lane adds a dash of modern color to the countertops.
Designers Boris Eckey, Tiffany Brooks, and Jeribai Tascoe dress a dining room buffet in the home of Giovanna and Eric Lawrence in Episode 804 of HGTV Star Season 8. Canvas floral artwork hangs above the buffet and is framed by a pair of glass lamps, and contestant Boris Eckey used richly-textured grasscloth to cover up the room's dated paneling behind the artwork. The lamps, clock, and peacock are from One Kings Lane.
Within the garage-turned-media-room, "HGTV Star" contestant Boris Eckey added a horseshoe bar with Silestone countertops, a wine wall and dual refrigerators to create the ultimate indoor/outdoor party space.
HGTV Star contestant Boris Eckey and his team gave the new dining room a brand-new roof, matching floors and beams, an eight-foot sliding-glass door and archways to create the look of an Italian oasis.
In this living area, HGTV Star contestant Boris Eckey added custom draperies that combine sheer and embroidered silk. All the other details, such as the wood paneling and potted houseplants, highlight the towering architectural features of the space.
From floor to ceiling, HGTV Star contestant Boris Eckey designed all the details in his Los Angeles loft. His spacious living room features a neutral color palette ranging from beiges to camel and browns with green and gold accents.
HGTV Star contestant Boris Eckey's master bedroom features that same neutral color palette pulled in from the living room. To hone in on his design aesthetic, comfortable luxury, he combines eclectic pieces that he's collected during his world travels.
To create this simple and colorful living space, "HGTV Star" Boris Eckey found inspiration in the printed fabric of the chairs and pillows. The pattern represents a contemporary interpretation of a kimono fabric, inspiring all the color selections of the room.
On HGTV Star episode 804, a fireplace in the home of Giovanna and Eric Lawrence is updated from drab brown by designers Tiffany Brooks, Boris Eckey, and Jeribai Tascoe. The fireplace's new warm gray paint blends with the dining room's gray walls, creating the illusion of a larger room.
Colorful candle holders and old books top a distressed credenza from One Kings Lane in the transformed apartment designed by HGTV Star contestants Boris Eckey and Abby Vasek. "There's definitely a global feel coming from the accessorizing, but the room as a whole feels overly traditional," Genevieve said.
To spice up the decor, HGTV Star contestant Boris Eckey used a faux trellis paint pattern on one wall, hung custom artwork and added a classic extension dining table and unconventional seating, like bright yellow director's chairs. Now this Tuscan-style dining room feels like it's been part of the house forever.
This transitional kitchen remodel for homeowners Giovanna and Eric Lawrence on HGTV Star Season 8 shines with bright countertops, all-new wood cabinetry and a sparkling tile backsplash. Among the traditional cabinetry, designers Tiffany Brooks, Boris Eckey and Jeribai Tascoe use geometric-patterned curtains and stacks of color in the kitchen's backsplash to enliven and transform the space.
A glass table takes up less visual space than a wooden one while still providing ample room for cereal and homework. A vase of pink tulips provides a lively and welcoming contrast to the neutral decor chosen for the breakfast nook by Tiffany Brooks, Boris Eckey and Jeribai Tascoe for HGTV Star Season 8. Rustic wooden shelves make use of an empty corner and provide much-needed storage space.
"HGTV Star" contestant Boris Eckey expanded a small, cramped dining room by merging it with a run-down addition on the back of the house. A major overhaul on HGTV's "Room Crashers" joined the two spaces together to create one large dining space that can be used for entertaining up to 10 people. A diamond-patterned focal wall behind the dining area adds visual interest to the space.