Adding a few playful stripes into the mix is as easy as peeling off some painter’s tape. Whether it’s a lamp, desk organizer or corkboard, stripes instantly punch up any décor. Tape off the stripes making sure to keep the exposed areas evenly spaced (or not, it’s up to you!), then paint away. Remove the painter’s tape while the spray paint is still a bit tacky to get a crisp, clean line.
The master bedroom has a refined style. "This is much more formal than any other room in the house, but the bold color makes it a little more fun and not really stuffy," says interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
This kitchen trends toward a warm and inviting aesthetic, cabinets and islands take a unique, trendy look. This custom island was designed to have an architectural appearance to serve as a focal point rather than a utilitarian surface.
Whether reading a book in the corner of this space alone at the end of the day or gathering with family and friends for an epic game of Scrabble, this playroom provides ample space to relax and unwind for everyone.
Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines created a new laundry and mudroom for the homeowners, complete with plenty of storage cabinets and shelving as well as a desk that double as a folding surface. A chalkboard backsplash will come in handy for taking notes and brick floors were installed for a durable yet attractive look.
Whether you want to relax and watch a movie or synchronize the smart lighting system to games to enhance the gaming experience, the media room provides an amazing way to enjoy the latest entertainment at home.
Unexpected colors and patterns mix to create a personalized style in any space. Here a mix of stripes and solids in the bedding pop against a purple and white geometric headboard with gray, barn wood framing for a fun and funky feel.
“The overall design approach for the master suite was to double the way it could be used,” explains interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn. “It opens onto the back deck, making the size of the room double by carrying the same color scheme from inside to the adjacent outdoor space.”