The most impactful design elements in this tween bedroom are the graphic, modern bull's-eyes painted on the focal wall. Hand-painted by family friend and painter Lou Kregel, each bull's-eye has five accent colors. From the outside in, the C2 Paints are: "Chamomile" C2-153, "Larkspur" C2-313, "Solo" C2-128, "Calypso" C2-089 and "Hydrangea" C2-315.
Clean modern forms are the defining element in this room, with a sleek sectional and Milo Baughman-inspired chairs combined with minimalist white cabinetry. The brightly colored Ikat-patterned rug was the inspiration for the palette which includes pink, yellow and blue. The focal fireplace wall has a gray-and-white faux finish and a large round nickel-framed mirror over the mantel.
The rich hardwood floors, baseboards and window trim of this home lend warmth to the bedroom's bright transitional design. Playful pops of plum play perfectly off the bright green wall and accessories. The upholstered headboard bridges the gap between the contemporary- and Craftsman-style touches throughout the room by being both cozy and sophisticated.
A trio of rectangular mirrors hang behind the dining table, reflecting back the room and visually expanding the space in this traditional dining room. Decorative moss balls and oversized candle votives complete the tablescape.
The green-striped accent wall in this kid-friendly transitional living room becomes the focal point of the small space. A panoramic sunset photograph from a trip to Cape Cod split across four frames on the wall ties in with the salmon-colored accents found in the pillows and throw.
The wall that separates the living room and dining room is the focal point in the space. Containing a fireplace, a shelf for displaying colorful vases and a flat space for showcasing the homeowners' art, the feature wall adds a ton of personality to the neutral space.
A classic framed sport jersey is paired with refined design pieces, creating a focal wall in this midcentury-modern man-cave living room. A metal cabinet offers display and discreet storage space, while two industrial-style light-bulb sconces hang on either side of the jersey.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It, the Jowett family's multi purpose, open concept dining room/kitchen combo lacked a focal point. By moving the stairs to the basement, designer Hilary Farr was able to redefine the dining area and create a focal wall with built in shelving.
The master suite in this fun, whimsical and eclectic family home features a black and white, polka-dotted accent wall that turns the bed into a focal point. All other walls are white, allowing the wallpaper and the bright mix of fabrics and accessories to pop. A clawfoot tub in the adjoining bath gives a nod to the period of the house.
By taking down the wall that separated the Pasquellas' kitchen from the rest of the house, John and Anthony have been able to give the family the illusion of more space. Then, the Kitchen Cousins added an accent wall directly opposite the kitchen to add some dimension to the space. The abundance of windows helps to let light into the space and contributes to the open feel of the kitchen and dining room.
The homeowners wanted to preserve the warm wood trim throughout this home while creating a more eclectic, funky, family-friendly space for their young family. In this living room, a wood feature wall and stone fireplace create an eye-catching backdrop for the mix of chic, yet comfortable furnishings. A woven rug, leather chairs and a comfy upholstered sofa bring a harmonizing mix of textures that add interest to the space.
Three long, wooden floating shelves line the kitchen area of the game room and are gorgeously curated with contemporary design pieces that are illuminated with under-shelf lighting. Below, walnut cabinetry provides plenty of storage space for snacks and board games.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It, the Jowett family's multi-purpose, open concept dining room/kitchen combo lacked a focal point. By moving the stairs to the basement, designer Hilary Farr was able to redefine the dining area and create a focal wall with built in shelving.
Bold black and white wallpaper creates a dynamic focal point in this light-filled bedroom. Hung on just one wall, the wallpaper draws attention to the bed without overpowering the otherwise white-walled space. A vivid yellow headboard holds its own against the paper's strong pattern.
Designers used fieldstone to create a focal point and accent wall in the living area. By bringing this aspect of the outdoors in, the design blends the lines between the indoor and outdoor spaces, helping to cement the home's place in its Boston Harbor surroundings.
On the far side of the room, a custom wall unit works overtime by storing the TV and displaying the couple's prized possessions. A sleek light fixture with exposed bulbs illuminates the space, while a faux-fur rug keeps the hardwood floors soft for the couple's new baby.
A small patch of grass and select ornamentals line the walkway of this modern California home, providing welcome splashes of green in the desert. Gray stone surrounds the dark wood door, creating a focal point at the end of the stone walkway.