Actress Garcelle Beauvais is ecstatic to be a part of HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes. The holiday makeover is a kid-friendly delight, which features six-foot-tall toy soldiers, a faux red brick fireplace, oversized ornaments, and a candy cane theme tree.
This transitional living room is the perfect blend of colors. The gray and white compliment one another and the purple adds a pop of color to the space. The decor makes this living room feel cozy and inviting.
A dark wood accent panel surrounding the mounted TV catches the eye in this contemporary living room. A marble tile fireplace surround and beige walls create a neutral backdrop for the inviting space. Blue patterned chairs and chartreuse and blue hues from the accent pillows add vibrant color to the room.
Thanks to a versatile fireplace surround and a color scheme of neutral grays and silver tones, the mantel of the 2014 HGTV.com Holiday House can easily shift from masculine to kid-friendly to feminine with a simple re-styling of objects.
Actress Garcelle Beauvais is thrilled to be a part of HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes. The holiday makeover is a kid-friendly delight, which features six-foot-tall toy soldiers, a faux red brick fireplace, oversized ornaments and a candy cane theme tree.
Plaid stockings hung on the mantel mimic the classic plaid throw pillows on the sofa in this traditional living room decorated for Christmas. Lush greenery and amaryllis finish the fireplace with a natural, seasonal touch.
A white coffered ceiling looks down over this bright living room. The TV is mounted above a simple yet beautiful mantel and fireplace surround. Built-in shelving displays a mix of coastal decorations that — paired with the sea foam green backing — adds soft color to the room.
If you have a fireplace in your kitchen, add quirky and collected elements for instant farmhouse style. This mantel, featured in Susan Sully’s book, “Past Present: Living with Heirlooms and Antiques,” mixes inexpensive brass candlesticks, baskets and classic blue-and-white platters along with affordable resin bear statues and a deer bust for a rustic farmhouse feel. “When you group it in an interesting way, they work together,” Sully says.
This living room relies on a neutral color palette paired with rich decor, like the chocolate brown velour sofas and blue floral armchair. A carved limestone fireplace with an arched bookshelf on either side is the focal point of the room.
Actress Joely Fisher is best known for her roles as Paige Clark on '90s sitcom Ellen, and then later as Joy Stark on 'Til Death. Now she’s opening up her home for HGTV’s Celebrity Holiday Homes. Designer Hillary Thomas combines jewel-toned colors such as teal, amethyst and gold to play off the peacock feathers scattered throughout the holiday decor. Rustic, woodland elements bring the entire look together.
A mantel can be a revolving spot for you to display photos, books and accessories that you own and have scattered in other rooms. Dena Stormer stacked up photos and accessories on books for her latest vintage mantel decor, and don't forget about the space underneath the mantel. You can take an existing wreath that you used during the holidays, remove any seasonal elements and weave in leaves or fake flowers.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, a dark and cramped basement is transformed into a bright recreation room full of amenities for a growing family of four. Sarah used cool blues, grays and whites throughout the space for a rustic, refined style that's functional for all. Durable wood panels and Brazilian slate floors were added to complement the home's original stone fireplace.