This living room designed by HGTV Star contestants Tiffany Brooks and Brooks Atwood incorporates rustic and vintage pieces to create a neutral, eclectic space.
HGTV Star contestant Karl Sponholtz designed this clever built-in breakfast bar, which makes use of the dead space behind the kitchen door.
Midcentury-inspired black and white wallpaper makes for a trippy focal point behind a minimal bed frame. Design by HGTV Star contestant Jessie Miller
Minimal and functional accessories add a whimsical start to the day when placed on a bedside table. Design by HGTV Star contestant Jessie Miller
On season four of HGTV Design Star, contestant Antonio creates custom-sized desks complete with their own storage and message boards for this narrow room.
This whimsical kids room, designed by HGTV Design Star contest J Allen, is outfitted with playful accessories and a hand-painted mural to give the space a storybook ending.
A funky lamp, retro artwork and a burnt-orange leather chair give this living room a '60s vibe. Design by HGTV Star contestant Tylor Devereaux
Midcentury elements combined with a modern twist and fresh colors make this entertainment room cozy, comfortable and classic. Design by HGTV Star contestant Tylor Devereaux
A vintage W.C. Fields black and white poster overlooks a bar setup with items found in local thrift stores. Design by HGTV Star contestant Jessie Miller
Joanna Gaines, co-founder and lead designer of Magnolia Homes, co-stars in HGTV's Fixer Upper with her husband Chip.
A custom-designed, life size Scrabble board is the star of this playroom. The room is fun, functional and never grows old (even for kids of all ages).
Black-lacquered mannequin parts, layered art and a vintage ashtray set the tone for this mini library. Design by HGTV Star winner Tiffany Brooks
While Abby and Boris added the drapes to "create a sense of grandeur," the HGTV Star judges weren't impressed. Another design flop: Boris' faux crown molding.
Striped duvet covers in citron and white contrast beautifully against the blue walls in the guest bedroom of the HGTV Design Star season seven cast house.
As seen on HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes, designer Robin Baron reveals the holiday foyer design to former NFL star Tiki Barber and his wife Traci Lynn Johnson.
Designed by "HGTV Star" contestant Anne Rue, this rustic Mediterranean kitchen features a grand flagstone hood surround, a custom-designed, reclaimed wood pot rack, and contrasting inset cabinets with exposed hardware.
A modern chandelier provides chic lighting in this dining room designed by HGTV Design Star contestant Michael Moeller, while a wine rack mounted on the wall is both functional and stylish.
On season four of HGTV Design Star, contestant Nathan designs an entertainment center, which takes up most of his time, and ends up not fitting the family's need for storage.