Vintage film posters define Steve Stanley's wood-paneled home office.
Our son's "playroom" has transformed as he's grown up into a celebration of his love of books and film, as seen in the vintage film posters that now adorn the room right off of his bedroom.
The exterior of host Jennie Garth's Beverly Hills home after renovations, as seen on The Jennie Garth Project.
A Southwestern-style rug hung on the wall makes a handsome headboard. Layers of patterned pillows and rugs all around cozy up the space with an eclectic feel.
Photo gallery on one wall, a desk, lots of open space...this studio is a space to live and work in.
Wood, metal, marble fill this studio space with rich texture and patterns. The set up is big and open with a vanity in one corner, bedroom in another as well as a dining area.
A rich red rug on top of a larger black one sets a dramatic stage for this dining room. Marble for the table, chairs with fur seats continue the sumptuous atmosphere.
All the needs are tied into one chic studio space: a bedroom, dining room, living area. The decor is unafraid of mixing and matching patterns and materials.
Metallic accents bring a just-right touch of glitter to this vignette: a sculpture, graphic gold-and-white vase, even the center of the orchids.
Studio living is boho chic in this space that includes a bed and, in the corner, a petite vanity and mirror.
This bedroom features a bohemian artistic vibe with area rugs layered on top of one another and a stacked cube bookshelf to create a visual border.
Patterns galore and tons of texture boho up this bedroom. Every detail is thought out, down to the star on the nightstand.
This bohemian space was designed as a studio where one can live and work. It includes a photo gallery, living area, bedroom and dining area.
Tiny polka dot wallpaper brings another cool layer to the mixed media look of of this studio's gallery wall.
Golden pendants frame an eclectic gallery whose dynamic look is made with art in different shapes and sizes, as well as tongue-in-cheek deer heads.
From top to bottom, this hall vignette is an impressive visual display with the lines of the table legs playing off the artwork.
Wooden blinds flood this contemporary living room with a film noir look.
Vanilla Ice cuts up with his friend while filming his show.