The stylish entry creates the perfect first impression for HGTV Smart Home 2019 in Dallas, Texas. A geometric porcelain tile design inset within the white oak hardwood floor packs a visual punch, Old World-style chandeliers illuminate the space from above, and custom framed black and white photography captures images of the local area.
The architecture of this home built into a woodland retreat and the beauty of the new landscaping create a lasting first impression. “I always like the yard to blend into the surrounding environment,” says project manager Scott Branscom. “We tend to use local plants and flowers that fit the area, and here we also used pine straw for the ground cover.”
The Blount's new living room is serene with a light gray-green paint, a new built-in, and distressed wood floors, as seen on Fixer Upper. A wall once prevented guests from entering directly from the front door and another separated the living room from the dining room.
Bold, colorful artwork makes a dramatic statement at the base of the floating stairs in this contemporary interior design office. Light tiles and pale woods are used for the flooring throughout the space to keep it airy and bright.
You know what they say-first impressions are the most important, and this elegant, traditional bathroom makes a great first impression. The pocket doors are made of beautiful glass and rich wood, and since they are built into the door frame, they do not take any room from the space. Upon entering the bathroom, you can see that the rich wood of the doors is continued in the space with the cabinets and vanity which are made out of the same material. The space's patterned tile on the floor and the backsplash continue this elegant vibe throughout.