This crisp white cottage kitchen is both beautiful and functional. Open shelves display all-white dishes and vintage pieces. The bead board wall combined with the ceramic backsplash gives the space texture, form and function . The farmhouse sink is a standout feature against the neutral colored limestone countertops.
This soft but colorful bulletin board is sure to delight any teenage girl who wishes to preserve treasured memories. And mom will be delighted for her to display her mementos in such an organized fashion. We love the striped fabric and ruffled edge.
Wood boards, behind a wall of floating shelves, is painted in a Union flag design displays the Union Jack design. The bold pattern adds visual interest to the kitchen sink area and serves as a large statement piece in the space. Floating shelves provide storage for dishes and pitchers.
This kitchen's predominantly white and cream color palette allows for fun color play in the accents and accessories. A bright green cutting board draws from the hue of the beautiful glass tile backsplash.
Polished yet fun, the guest bedroom displays a classic nautical theme with a modern twist. Blue and orange hues, as well as geometric shapes, are repeated in the wool rug and bedding, while vaulted bead board ceilings and floor-to-ceiling drapery expand the space for an open and airy feel.
A screened-in porch was enclosed to create this wonderfully cozy reading nook and play room. To keep the project budget friendly, designers used board and batten walls, rough-sawn faux beams and simple, built-in shelving.
A rustic nightstand serves as a display surface for a vintage industrial lamp and reading materials in the guest bedroom of HGTV Smart Home 2014. Behind the bed, a striped accent wall was created by painting boards with various complementary hues.
In this redesigned walk-through by designer Anna Willliams, the white built-in bookcase and cabinetry consolidate storage for the entire family. The floor-to ceiling custom unit displays books, decorative touches and photographs on its open shelves, and the closed storage underneath houses board games, toys and other paraphernalia.
This kid's space is a work room, craft room, play room...wherever the imagination can go! Bulletin boards provide space for inspiration and favorite creations. Tons of drawers stash knick knacks, art supplies and anything else that's otherwise hard to corral.
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.
A memo board wrapped in fabric that complements the colors and pattern of the St. Frank's Indigo Dots wallpaper offers a perfect spot for displaying mementos, postcards and favorite snapshots in the woman's home office at the 2017 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. Designer Kari McIntosh selected St. Frank's Indigo Dots wallpaper and a sunburst mirror to create a rich design setting symbolizing the relationship between the heavens and Earth.
Borrow a couple of quick and easy ways to infuse style from this high-end designer kitchen in Florida’s Alys Beach community. Create your own cruet set with oils, salt and pepper and other often-used ingredients using pretty bottles and jars, and display them within arm’s reach on a beautiful cutting board. Then, fill an otherwise unused corner with a favorite painting or small photograph.
The playroom for these girls has it all! In one corner, there is a cozy place to read. In the center of the room is floor space for play and a group table for puzzles and games. Finally, there is a space where each girl has her own desk and bulletin board.
With just a small wooden table and two studded chairs, the designers transformed this nook between the family room and conservatory into a spot for playing backgammon. Thanks to its prime position by the window, this corner gets plenty of sun and ensures that both players can see their side of the board.
As seen on HGTV and DIY Network's Elbow Room, Chip Wade and his team designed a space where the Zappas could gather and entertain as a family. The space is complete with a dining area and multiple relaxation areas, as well as space for playing with the life-size chess board.
Desktop accessories can be both pretty and functional. A magnetic bulletin board creates a spot to display favorite photos, but the slats between the graphic design accommodate push pins for corralling important papers. A small tray, like this blush-colored one, can corral loose accessories, and a slim bamboo tray has slots that hold cell phones, tablets, envelopes, stamps and other slim items. A table lamp gives the look a more relaxed look than a traditional desk lamp.
This upstairs entertainment room is perfect for the whole family to for movies or game play. A row a built-in shelves cuts down on clutter with easy storage and organization for board game, books and toys while also providing an out-of-the-way space for a television. There's also plenty of seating from the plush sectional to cozy red armchair.
As seen on Cousins on Call, this corner use to be a dark crowded space with exposed pipes and a furnace. It is now a new Lego play area for the Tarabokia boys. John and Anthony designed the walls and ceiling to be lined with Lego boards for the boys to make anything imaginable and be able to stick them to the walls and ceiling.