Though the open, two-story dining room in HGTV Dream Home 2015 is breathtaking, that openness can sometimes negatively affect the room’s acoustics. Luckily, interior designer Linda Woodrum knew just how to alleviate that issue. “When you have a tremendous amount of volume, you’re looking for ways to help with acoustics,” explains Linda. “So the more fabric you get in the room, the more you help with acoustics.”
The ornate wooden frame is a real show-stopper in this crisp room with white walls. The frame surrounds a mirror that reflects the sitting area and art in the living room. A low, fabric-covered bench provides extra seating room in the clean space.
This exquisite bedroom is sure to make its inhabitants feel like royalty. A padded headboard, footboard and bench exude luxury, while the chandelier and framed mirror dazzle. A fabric-covered wall adds even more texture to this rich red room.