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.
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 house feels like it belongs here. It’s really part of the vernacular of Martha’s Vineyard, and you’re not able to discern whether it was built a hundred years ago or today,” says HGTV Dream Home 2015 designer Linda Woodrum. “It just feels right for the area.”
Seating for six with plenty of room for more, this dazzling deck is sure to be a hit year round. “I think it’s a bonus spot that will be very popular and a fabulous entertaining space,” says HGTV Smart Home 2015 designer Linda Woodrum.
Actress Tiffani Thiessen's home has a rustic, open charm that designer Bobby Berk wanted to accentuate for HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes with lots of greenery, colorful wooden animals and bulbs. He also wanted to ensure it was kid-friendly and fun for Tiffani's three-year-old daughter.
The 14,000-square-foot home of designer Steve Hermann, set in a secluded oak grove near Santa Barbara, Calif., is almost entirely transparent. The house, which took more than six years to build, has five bedrooms and six baths, as seen on HGTV's Million Dollar Rooms.
Located in Martha’s Vineyard, HGTV Dream Home 2015 is bound to be an attraction for guests all year round. Interior designer Linda Woodrum kept that in mind when outfitting the great room with furniture. Extra chairs by each door can be brought into the center for guest and look great on their own.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It Too, Jillian's design for this space includes a fresh, paisley print wallpaper, fresh flowers and vintage accessories to give the space a vintage feel to match this fifty year old home.
More than 100 years ago, this space was a large furniture factory in Grand Rapids. Today the classic furniture pieces dressed in soft tones and classic black and white blend to make this living room feel warm and inviting. Design by HGTV Star contestant Tylor Devereaux
As seen on HGTV's Love It Or List It Too, Designer Jillian Harris completely transformed what was a dark kitchen into an open concept kitchen and dining room. Jillian removed the entire wall between the old kitchen and dining room, creating space for an island with a live edge 100 year old fir countertop. Jillian painted the dining room Siberian Snowflake and installed American Walnut Authentic engineered wood flooring.
Joanna and Chip Gaines, hosts of HGTV’s Fixer Upper, have been flipping, remodeling and fixing up homes together for the past 12 years as owners of Magnolia Homes in Waco, Texas. They have worked on more than 100 homes together, combining Chip's great instinct on real estate and Joanna's unique eye for design.
Mikel Welch is a bonafide design celebrity. A Season 7 contestant on HGTV’s Design Star, Mikel went on to share his gift for transforming spaces on The Steve Harvey Show and The Real Housewives of Atlanta before joining the cast of Trading Spaces earlier this year. Mikel has used all of that talent and experience to turn a 650-square-foot apartment in New York City into his own Hamptons-inspired getaway.
You know Tiffani Thiessen best for her roles as Kelly Kapowski in the '90s sitcom Saved by the Bell and as Valerie Malone in the drama series Beverly Hills, 90210. Now, step inside her home for its festive holiday makeover featured on HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes. Since Tiffani's home has a rustic, open charm, designer Bobby Berk wanted to accentuate it with lots of greenery, colorful wooden animals and bulbs. He also wanted to ensure it was kid-friendly and fun for Tiffani's three-year-old daughter, Harper.
White is a classic tone often used in shabby chic designs. HGTV fan rnhey wanted to create a light, airy dining room ideal for casual year-round entertaining, so she used this fresh hue as the base for her entire design. The upholstered cane-backed chairs, freshly painted table and vintage marine life prints are reminiscent of relaxed summers and shabby seaside homes. White beadboard walls allow the sand-colored curtains and accessories to act as complementary accents rather than simply appearing in the background. For an elegantly shabby look, combine your rustic pieces with more contemporary counterparts. The white table and rattan chairs feel ultra casual, while the symmetrical prints, pleated draperies and dark wood serving tray deliver a perfect hint of refinement.