A classic cottage-style pine dresser serves as the resting place for playful dog bookends and stuffed toys in this transitional boy's bedroom. A colorful and whimsical painting featuring forest critters takes center stage above.
The reclaimed lumber used for the beams and wainscoting adds rustic details to this living space. The custom painting of the dogs adds a pop of color the mostly neutral color scheme of the living room.
Could this den be any cozier? We think not! Custom built-ins flank the fireplace, giving the owners space for firewood on one side and a TV on the other. An oil painting of the family dog feels right at home above the mantel.
A mix of materials, from metallic wallpaper to painted white brick to reclaimed barnwood, creates visual interest and a welcoming environment to Barking Hound Village dog boarding and daycare facility.
As the heart of the home, this transitional living room needed plenty of seats for friends and family. The designers responded with two neutral sofas, a cushioned armchair and a plush recliner positioned around a large wooden coffee table. They then pulled in an oil painting of two dogs to complement the owners' hunting trophies displayed on the opposite wall.
Two kids are smiling and selling lemonade from a DIY lemonade stand comprised of stacked wooden crates painted yellow and white and dowels holding a banner in the air. A dog rests in the grass next to the stand.
After the backyard transformation by licensed contractor Chip Wade, the Schroeder residence in Atlanta, GA now has a lot of function. An old playground is replaced with an art studio complete with a Dutch door, dog bed, sitting area and painting desk, as seen on HGTV and DIY Network's Elbow Room. Before the renovation, the Schroeder family lacked a place to play and make art.
Though her clients downsized to a smaller home near their children's school, designer Robin LaMonte managed to give the family a formal entry using a beautiful wood sideboard and a chic chandelier. Two watercolor paintings add subtle color to the walls, while Daisy the dog waits to greet visitors.
A gray and white breakfast nook gets a punch of color and charm from a custom painting of the homeowners and their sweet dog. The built-in bench is a homey touch; the marble table, hardwood floors and symmetrical arrangement keep the space feeling streamlined and elegant. The space also takes over some of the functions of the counterpart kitchen, featuring an espresso maker, a bar area and a wine refrigerator.
In the master bedroom at the 2011 edition of the HGTV Dream Home, black furnishings and menswear fabrics pop against walls painted in a vibrant cranberry shade. The "Doggie Dream Home," a miniature replica of the actual HGTV Dream Home constructed by carpenter David Brown, features space for two small dogs.