Designer Sarah Richardson arranged the seating around the perimeter of the room so each seat has the perfect view of the water. The shades of blue in the upholstery represent the water, and layering the different patterns, like ikat, floral and striped, gives the room a lighthearted look.
This wood and metal shelving unit contrasts with the traditional furniture pieces in the living room. The bright floral artwork, created for the homeowners, adds a punch of color to the space designed by HGTV's Property Brothers.
This modern open plan kitchen features plenty of room for a small dining area with a wooden table and white pendant light, as well as a kitchen island with orange floral upholstered stools. Color accents, like the green patterned wallpaper and teal tile backsplash, add lively finishing touches.
The room seems as if it's perched over the water with its wraparound windows. Designer Sarah Richardson arranged the seating around the perimeter of the room so each seat has the perfect view of the water. The shades of blue in the upholstery represent the water, and layering the different patterns, like ikat, floral and striped, gives the room a lighthearted look.
Ivory wall paint brings a youthful hue to this sitting room in Arizona. Patterned wall panels are subtle but add life to the space and play with a charcoal gray contemporary daybed and transitional leather chair. Throw pillows, a floral citron rug and Helser drapery hardware pull the room together through pattern and color.
This open concept kitchen and sitting area have a classic yet fresh vibe that makes the combined space perfect for entertaining. The kitchen features stainless steel appliances, white cabinetry and a breakfast bar with wood countertops. The green color on the ceiling and walls is picked up in the sitting area with its patterned rug and matching floral armchairs.
A neutral headboard with clean lines and neutral bedding act as a base for the vivid colors in this room. Scrolling, yellow wallpaper brings cheerful color to this bedroom. The pink-and-blue, tweed pillows echo the pink in the striped nightstand and plays well with the soft, mint lamp. A simple floral arrangement brings a touch of femininity to the room's overall decor.
As seen on HGTV’s Property Brothers, the focal point of this bright yet cozy living room is a brick fireplace with a white faux finish. The wood-and-metal coffee table and acacia wood flooring balance the more feminine, floral window treatments. Jonathan and Drew had the rose-colored mirror (a family heirloom of the homeowners) custom framed for the mantel.
A marble deck and built-in wood base with decorative molding turn this whirlpool tub into a focal point in this tranquil blue bathroom. White pull-down shades offer privacy, while Roman shades in a traditional floral fabric soften the space and bring the outdoors in.
Bring a touch of elegance to your autumnal spread with colorful floral, touches of fruit and warm wooden texture. This arrangement was made by placing ranunculus into glass votives set inside a reclaimed plank of oak, then filling the votives with pomegranate seeds for a rich fragrant effect.
Decorative neutral walls and a feminine, floral area rug set a calm and sophisticated stage allowing wood and red velvet furniture to pop as accents in the room. The large space provides room for ample seating and splitting the space into two seating areas. Huge windows bring in beautiful sunlight to brighten the room.
The bold mix of color and wallpaper patterns gives this hallway a cozy country feel. Blue floral wallpaper lines the hall, while a lighter shade of wallpaper is featured the kitchen. The small accent table and wall art helps to break up the pattern and provides extra charm.
Hang this vertical planter on a wall, dress up a bookshelf or add life to your mantle decor. This wine crate will hold nine 4” plants, but floral designer Angela Darrah chose to only use five. She filled the remaining four cubes with mosses, kiwi vine and white mini pumpkins.
An unexpected but brilliant alternative to flowers, these embroidery hoop centerpieces are colorful, artistic and impactful. Gather your bridesmaids for a night of crafting, and knock out a chunk of your wedding worries. You’ll just need embroidery hoops, embroidery floss, floral wire and yarn in your wedding colors.
A metal trough-style planter compliments the gray tones in the begonia and reindeer moss. If you aren’t sure your container is waterproof, line it with a heavy piece of plastic and add a base layer of rocks to help with drainage, advises floral designer Angela Darrah.
This soft hued living room features a neutral sofa, ivory armchairs and a brown leather tufted ottoman that also serves as a coffee table. The fireplace mantel is decorated with cream candles in glass vases and vintage figurines, while a neutral area rug with a blue floral diamond shape pattern covers the dark hardwood floors.
Buck the trend of fresh cut floral this spring and instead set a center piece that can be used long after the party ends. Here, a trio of potted lavender adds a springtime scent to the table, and with the right amount of water it can last through spring and into summer.
Put a modern spin on traditional holiday door decor with cardboard letter forms and tree cuttings. Wrap each branch around the letter form, securing the two together with floral wire or hot glue. Once the entire surface of the form is covered, add ribbon along the top and hang.