This Colorado bedroom features interesting angles and a ladder that leads to a loft. Comfortable traditional furnishings, faux-finished walls and a cozy fireplace bring a warm and homey ambiance to the space.
Dark, rich woods and stone surfaces combine to create a castle-like kitchen with rustic warmth and traditional styling. Weathered beams create a coffered effect on the ceiling, and faux finished walls throughout add to the home's castle-inspired ambiance. A stone accent wall surrounds the cooking area.
Large wood coffee table lettering spells out "LIVE" as the focal point of this room design. Faux shutters frame the windows, adding a creative look to the large wall. A cozy sofa is finished with a blue striped fabric and ruffled skirt. Orange throw pillows pop against the pale coloring of the sofa and pull out the rich tones in the patterned rug. Word wall art keeps with the motivational theme of the coffee table.
Make It: Use a drill and a 1/4-inch drill bit to add holes directly through the center of each apple. Next add electric tape to the edge of a spool of twine to prevent it from fraying, then guide the twine through the center of each apple, placing each snugly against one another. Knot the twine several times around the outside edge of the first and the last apple to finish.
This corner sitting area features an ivory wingback armchair with faux brown cowhide accents and a fun zebra print throw pillow. A round metal drum table with a woven design sits next to the chair, while a neutral faux hide rug finishes off the look of the space.
This custom kitchen features a blend of design styles, from its clean-lined and contemporary cabinetry and lighting to its rustic arched stone entryway. Throughout the house, faux finishes and stone accents give a nod to Tuscan design.
The bed folds up and is concealed by faux cabinet doors, in natural finish, when the bed is not in use. The large coffee table, which can double as a game table, was custom made by woodcraftsman Clint Harp and features herringbone inlays.
This decorative dining room features strong patterns, a metallic silver chandelier and a round glass table. Bold, white columns and beams anchor the elegant space, and a faux-finish paint on the ceiling creates a feeling of Old World charm.
Tylor's camera challenge tip? Create a faux chair rail with painter's tape. The HGTV Star judges weren't wowed by this lackluster addition in the transitional living room design. Cris took a stab at creating the trio of painted canvases above the sectional.
Contemporary amenities and French country style mix to create a cozy kitchen fit for an avid cook. Gorgeous Carrera marble countertops are complemented by walls have been faux finished to reflect set limestone. Glass-front cabinets bring an especially homey feel.
In the extensive remodel of this kitchen, the door to the dining room was relocated allowing enough wall space to fit a 48-inch Wolf range, faux-finished hood and an L-shaped island with lots of countertop space and seating for three.
This warm, luxurious kitchen features dark wood finishes, exposed beams and arched openings throughout. A peninsula offers extra seating, while a breakfast room opens to the space. Faux finished walls continue into the living areas. Integrated wood-paneled appliances add to the room's warmth.
This luxuriously appointed master bedroom features an elaborate faux-finished ceiling with a recessed center medallion and ornate crown moldings. Traditional furniture blends with a hanging tapestry and intricate light fixtures. The interior design corresponds with the home's Gothic-inspired architecture and castle-like detailing.
A full bar and traditional billiards table give this Austin home a party-ready vibe. Warm woods and faux finishes in an earthy color palette are inspired by Tuscan design. Large windows bring in loads of light and offer views of the surrounding countryside.
Arched openings, faux finished walls and weather wood ceiling beams bring this home's castle-like architectural detail into the expansive chef's kitchen. Dark wood cabinets complement the wood floors, while a stone surround adds drama to the cooking station. A peninsula offers extra seating.