On season four of HGTV Design Star, contestant Antonio designs a bedroom for five-year-old Connor, who loves dinosaurs and art. The headboard and footboard are designed to look like stones, and fun dinosaur cutouts are added to the walls.
The most striking new feature in this master bedroom designed on HGTV Design Star season four is the bright apple-green walls. In addition, contestant Antonio makes the space more functional for the whole family with a seating area and workspace.
Season 4 HGTV Design Star contestants Nathan, Lonni and Jason design a functional, contemporary room for the Maldonado family. Lonni uses a chevron pattern on the far wall to reflect a military symbol that is important to the family.
A light palette of blues and sands creates a calm, relaxing atmosphere in this nursery designed on season four of HGTV Design Star. Contestant Dan also adds elements like a daybed and entertainment area so the room can grow with the baby.
On season four of HGTV Design Star, contestant Torie designs an artist loft for 8-year-old Carina, whose favorite colors are green, red and blue. Her big wow factor is a focal wall with her name illuminated over an assortment of fabrics.
This light blue living area was designed for the Olson family by contestants on HGTV Design Star season four. Two children in the Olson family have special needs, so the designers built a desk area where the kids can work with their therapists.
Fabric trim is a quick and easy way to add a custom touch to stockings. HGTV Design Star season 7 contestant Britany Simon created this feminine stocking for a young girl by dressing it up with tassel trim.
To make the space more functional, designers from HGTV Design Star Season 6 created an island with barstools between the two pillars in the basement. Judge Vern Yip was impressed with how they smartly integrated elements that are complete eyesores, but structurally necessary to the space.
Seen on HGTV's Design Star season 7, Kris Swift and Bex Hale create a bold bedroom with multiple seating areas—but perhaps it's too bold? "I'm trying to make sense of it with my eyeballs," judge Genevieve Gorder quips as she enters the room. "They chose a really tough color."
This sleek and simple contemporary dining room with blonde wood floors was designed by Stacey Cohen, a contestant on HGTV Design Star season 5. Stacey specializes in green residential and commercial design and describes her design style as "clean lines and modern principles."