This small transitional guest room features a floral-patterned wood-slat wall that complements the room's neutral palette. A red-framed faux mounted bull head makes for a dynamic focal point while adding color and texture to the space.
Black fur trimmed with green and a nail-head finish back these stylish dining chairs. The green shade makes a larger statement from the seat cushion, also finished with nail-head trim. These textures come together in a black wood frame.
Salvaged wood that was cut and sealed creates a focal point in this transitional, white bedroom. The addition of built-in lighting maximizes space, while the vintage side table is made new with black spray paint to create contrast.
Sometimes a sense of humor in an otherwise tailored space can create a not-so-serious feeling. While Chris' bedroom walls are covered in a pinstripe wool menswear suit fabric, the juxtaposition of a white resin moose head against the tailored walls creates a light-hearted element of surprise. Since the wall application set Chris back approximately $1300, he saved on furniture by choosing a vintage wood dresser he scored for $125 at a flea market. Since dark-colored accessories could easily get lost in the navy blue tone of the pinstriped wall covering, bulky ultra-white vases were grouped together to create a strong contrast.
This dining room's dark wooden dining table is contrasted by four white upholstered chairs with nailhead trim. The color of the hardwood flooring pairs well with the blue walls. A false window with floor-length blue curtains gives the illusion of a larger room. A wooden Asian figurine decorates the space.
A tray ceiling painted with light and dark shades of gray and trimmed in white creates dimension over this stylish bedroom design. A wooden bed frame features tall pyramid posts, and the bed linens combine a traditional white cover with a faux fur accent throw and decorative pillows. A metallic sunburst draws light to the wall to finish the look.
The eclectic dining room features a neutral faux snakeskin table runner with gold vases arranged on a rectangular wood dining table. Red and white flowers complete the look of the neutral dining space.
Fixer Upper Hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines installed faux support beams to make the ceiling feel lower and the room feel cozier. Wood trim on top of the windows ties in with the wood beams above, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
If you’re looking to transform the ceiling of your own living room without major renovation costs, faux bois wallpaper is a great option. It looks and feels like real wood thanks to its textured surface and forgoes the messy installation or pricey labor costs.
Faux bookshelf wallpaper makes this media room feel like a library while vintage chairs add a masculine touch to the contemporary space. A custom media cabinet for the television allows for storage and keeps the space clean and organized. A black pinstriped sofa, a reclaimed wood coffee table with oversized chrome feet, and a silver multi-arm chandelier are a few design elements that complete this room.