An antique tapestry and funky chandelier set the tone for the home's third floor, creating an easy-going and eclectic atmosphere. As they head down the hall, guests will find a cozy reading corner and two bedrooms.
“Two large paintings on either side of the front door were sourced locally — much of the art in the house is local,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum of the striking artwork art found in HGTV Dream Home 2015.
A black modern chandelier, glass table and eclectic collection of artwork create a distinctive look in this sophisticated, gray dining room. Here, the dining table acts as both a place for meals and a place for game nights.
Although she could not find enough wallpaper for the entire bathroom, Marcella was determined to use the jungle-inspired print in part of the room. With wallpaper covering one wall, Marcella painted the other walls yellow and continued the jungle theme with the artwork she chose.
Visual interest abounds in this eclectic dining room thanks to six Lucite seats, two chunky velvet armchairs and a tree trunk-inspired table. By keeping each piece within a black-and-white color palette, designer Courtney Blaymore could draw even more attention to the modern art on the wall, which makes for great conversation at dinner.
Designer Jonathan Rachman took a single piece of slivered art and interspersed each element with champagne smoke mirrors for a bold design element leading up the main stairwell at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014.
Much like the Museum of Modern Art, this New York living room feels effortlessly curated, with a Greco-Roman bust and pop art-inspired wallpaper driving the design. A midcentury modern armchair invites the homeowner to sit and reflect in his private gallery.
Bold blue-and-white artwork is the star of this minimal living space. A lush gray area rug grounds the space, while contemporary gray and wood chairs are paired with a sleek coffee table and brown sofa for intimate conversations. Bright white walls keep the space light and airy.
A library by Dutch-born designer Martin Kobus was inspired by the use of an original Rembrandt. His firm installed crisp white plaster work on the ceilings in between the beams and on the upper walls, then stained the wood paneling a rich dark espresso.
This exotic yellow dining room combines elements of modern design and Asian influence. The brown and blue striped zebra rug adds unexpected interest to this living space. A turquoise, gold and red color scheme creates an exciting place to host guests.
This open sitting room makes maximum use of a loft-like landing, with a cozy conversation area nestled up next to a bar. Eclectic artwork is a conversation piece, and a diminutive Chesterfield sofa is a traditional, homey touch.