The white walls and bed linens brighten up the dark hardwood flooring of this contemporary bedroom. Two matching red chairs, along with a red wood dresser, provide a bright color contrast.The rug and fur throw pillows add texture to the room, and the horizontal stripes of the wall-mounted fabric headboard extend the length of the wall.
This white-walled girl's room is loaded with architectural interest. A sunny niche creates a cozy spot for the bed, which is dressed in crisp, clean bedding punched up by bright pink accents. The room, which belongs to Cooking Channel star Tiffani Thiessen's young daughter, is filled with clever storage ideas and fun, kid-friendly spaces.
Contractor Chip Wade of Elbow Room turns an attic into a breathtaking master suite with a sleek bathroom that opens up to the bedroom. The centerpiece of the room is a freestanding tub, which is flanked by matching his-and-her vanities. Behind the curtains is a large walk-in shower and extra dressing area, as seen on HGTV.com.
Let your buffet serve double duty as an outdoor focal point by dressing it with fun and festive colors. To lure guests out of the house and onto the patio, set up a no-fuss food and drink station that will spur conversation and unify different party zones with a cohesive color scheme.
You may have seen whisper gray pop up in your favorite home design stores as a new neutral that's fun, elegant and lighthearted. This color works well with most color combinations, but thrives with saturated colors like fuchsia, coral and indigo. Te patterned pillows on the gray couch work well with the framed pieces of patterned wallpaper and the metallic dresser.
Steps come up from the lap pool to this lovely pergola. The gorgeous wood structure shades an inviting seating area featuring two lounge chairs topped with thick off-white cushions and layered with throw pillows. Elephant statues, a golden gong and a vibrant dresser add an Asian influence to the design.
The top floor of a Brooklyn townhouse was opened up so all the rooms flowed into one another and created a huge floor for the kids. This ultra chic nursery features a graphic accent wall in neutral tones, a deep purple rocking chair with fringe and a white, modern dresser. The unique, floral light fixture adds a perfect touch of whimsy to the space.
A dresser tucked neatly into a niche in the wall frees up floor space in this dining room. On the right, a sliding door with vibrant orange shelves hides an unsightly water heater while adding extra storage space. A large custom dining table and chairs with nailhead trim lend a glamorous look to the room.
Inspired by Lake Tahoe's brilliant fall colors, the eclectic guest bedroom at the HGTV 2014 Dream Home has everything visitors might need to feel pampered and special. Stems of reddish-pink vanda orchids pick up on the bed's bright hue and make this white dresser stand out.
The key to a well-dressed mantle is layering, and you can use items you already own for a completely free update. Gabriela Eisenhart and Holly Conlan with WAKE + LOOM Design suggest centering wall art above the fireplace, and using favorite photos and accessories on the mantel to create dimension. Feel free to steal items from other rooms for this fireplace focal point, which you can freshen up throughout the year.
Since spring is associated with light, airy colors and being outside, it’s best to serve light fare at a springtime soiree. Serve up a spring-inspired salad made with greens and topped with slices of grapefruit, honeydew or cantaloupe. It’s best to always keep the salad dressing separate since guests may be particular about dietary restrictions.
A powder room at the top of a set of stairs features an elegant chandelier and beautiful printed wallpaper. The designer made the most of a small space by using a small, low-impact glass vanity top for the round stainless sink. In the hallway leading into the bathroom sits an antique dress form, dolled up with scarves and a handbag for a feminine touch.
Dress cold, bare dorm room floors with indoor-outdoor rugs that are inexpensive and hold up to a lot of traffic and spills. Here, we layered a black polypropylene rug on top of a larger sisal rug to add style and texture to the space. The black rug allows the white table top to pop, while the additional rugs compliment the light gold and turquoise tones of the breakfast tray.
A dark wood finish and industrial framework makes up this contemporary shelf unit. The sturdy piece is a beautiful balance to the light color scheme and floral wallpaper. The shelves are dressed with a marble table lamp, complimenting the white walls, wicker baskets for texture and sizable coffee table books creating slight height variations in the display.
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.
For a meal that already requires days of prep, serving food buffet-style is a surefire way to lighten the load on the hostess. And on a holiday that's as food-centric as Thanksgiving, there's no better way to give guests the freedom to come back for a second (and third!) helping of their favorite dishes. I set up my buffet on a vintage wood sideboard. This is a great time to get creative and think about repurposing furniture from other parts of the house — an old dresser, desk or even a wood door propped up on sawhorses would make a perfect buffet.
The vanity in the HGTV Urban Oasis 2012 master bathroom from is illuminated by a huge frame of light. A walk-in closet off the bathroom comes in handy when one half of a couple wants to dress before the other one gets up. Glass subway tile used as accent in the shower surround forms the floor-to-ceiling backsplash above the furniture-style vanity.
This midcentury-modern gentleman’s case (fancy designer speak for dresser) is striking with its raised geometric design and would look amazing in ANY room. That’s the beauty of MCM case goods (aka storage pieces): The dressers aren’t always a “drawers only” affair. Many pieces were topped off with interesting-looking cabinet doors that concealed useful shelves or cubbies. These particular drawers are home to spare table linens and seasonal decor while the upper cabinet opens up to reveal a fully stocked bar.