A designer's home is a showroom, a laboratory and idea generator when it comes to finishes, trim, fixtures and ideas. Designer Michel Boyd calls his style "curated luxe living," and puts his focus on making sure each object in his home is both useful and beautiful. Keeping glasses, plates and other everyday items in the same style and color family is just one way to bring a designer vision to your home design scheme.
HGTV host and designer Genevieve Gorder takes on the challenge of converting her New York apartment and a recently purchased adjacent apartment into one beautiful home. Gorder takes on the floor demolition and other projects during the transformation on HGTV's "Genevieve's Renovation."
Gospel and R&B singer BeBe Winans has filled his home with charming relics that instantly create an at-home feel. Designer Danielle Colding wanted to keep that warmth and charm in BeBe's holiday design. As seen on HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes.
A collection of custom-made and designer-chic pillows tops the queen-sized bed, dressed in layers of cozy, breathable linen and cotton in the HGTV Smart Home 2013 guest room. A handcrafted starburst-style mirror provides a focal point above the upholstered headboard.
The author of Styled: Secrets for Arranging Rooms, From Tabletops to Bookshelves, designer Emily Henderson worked with single-family home rental company Invitation Homes, to share some practical advice for making a rental home into a cozy, on-trend and functional space. Better still, you can take these tips with you each time you move to make every space beautifully suited to your unique style.