A framed print of ocean coral adds a subtle pop of color, which is echoed by the decorative coral on the nautical white dresser, in this neutral bedroom. The weathered wood bed frame and bench also nod to the room's coastal theme.
HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother's Joe turned the entire wall into a built-in entertainment unit with open shelving and TV storage. The judges, however, felt the work looked unfinished. "There's so many things in this house where they didn't do that last five percent of the work, and it makes it feel shoddy," says Drew. The renovated living room also features a green tufted ottoman, coastal inspired decorative coral, and a blue and brown area rug.
Mint green walls give a soft base to this living room and provides a beautiful complimentary color to the coral details. A coral chandelier with natural stick texture hangs between ceiling beams over the large tufted coffee table. A pair of armchairs echo the coral shade in their wavy striped pattern. A simple white sofa is brought to life with decorative throw pillows, and a large textured area rug covers the floor.
A turquoise bed frame with strong blue notes is a fun and bold compliment to the green shade of the decorative armoire. A multicolor bed comforter and multicolor rug add an array of vivid color to further brighten the room. Sheer white curtains are finished with coral tassels matching the coral throw pillows topping the bed.
Mint green, coral and soft blue create a pleasing pastel color palette. A large tufted coffee table with green stripes compliments the wall coloring. Coral striped chairs, green plaid chairs and a white sofa face into the centered coffee table. Decorative throw pillows and table lamps spread the pink hue from the chairs to the opposite side of the room for a finished design.
Soft teal walls create a great contrast against the curtains made from bright coral fabric for a color palette that's not typical for a little girl's room. Decorative plates match the mirror's cutout above the bookshelf. A white armchair and white wicker ottoman provide a comfortable place to read.
This Miami garden is also an outdoor gallery for art and other decorative objects sourced from around the world. Florida oolite, Caribbean coral, Indonesian limestone, Tibetan granite, Indian teak and Turkish travertine are some of the exotic materials and textures found in this small but beautiful yard.