Just off the master bedroom in the 2014 HGTV Dream Home is this artfully decorated sitting room. Red velvet armchairs with graceful lines cozy up to a sleek modern fireplace, while a neutral rug helps to lighten the dark trim and hardwood floor. Coordinating throw pillows and drapes keep the look unified yet relaxed.
A white hutch is a catchall for toys and craft supplies in the country-inspired hallway of HGTV Dream Home 2014. Located just around the corner from the kids' bedroom, the storage space is always within reach but conveniently out of the way. Lined with red wallpaper, the hutch fits in perfectly with the red and white color palette.
The 2014 HGTV Dream Home guest bathroom mixes natural and a bit of glamour. A granite vanity top with an inset bowl sink and espresso, Shaker-style cabinets combine with a tile floor and walk-in shower, two beautiful pendants, an oversize mirror, and just the right accessories to create an inviting, spa-like space for guests.
The play between wood and steel is a design motif repeated throughout the interior of HGTV Dream Home 2014, as seen in the living room. A soft, shaggy wool rug with a subtle Moroccan-style pattern anchors the space, defined by a collection of furnishings — both traditional and contemporary in silhouette — that partner to create an eclectic look.
A color palette of muted gray, cream, black and vibrant yellow tells a modern mountain design story in the living room from the HGTV Dream Home 2014. A leather ottoman serves as a coffee table in the space, but can be cleared and double as seating when entertaining guests. Raised wooden trays offer a flat spot for electronics, food or drinks.
With soaring ceilings and soft, cozy textures, the living room of HGTV Dream Home 2014 offers everything there is to love about modern mountain living. Two walls of windows offer magnificent views of the wooded lot, golf course and mountain range beyond. Wrapping the entire living wing in glass, says architect David Bourke, creates the illusion of a floating ceiling.
In the master bathroom of HGTV Dream Home 2014, a white acrylic tub overlooks the pine forest just outside, while a separate shower is lined in porcelain tile designed to look like weathered barn wood. A Roman shade, constructed of the same fabric used for pillows and window treatments in the master bedroom, can be drawn should privacy be required.
This spectacular rustic-modern living room, from the HGTV Dream Home 2014, features a soaring A-frame ceiling and a striking wall of windows that showcases a wide grove of pine trees. Along with a modern gray-and-yellow palette, the space riffs on traditional cabin touches like exposed wood beams, plaid upholstery, and a classic rocking chair in high-gloss lemon.
With soaring ceilings, unexpected bursts of bright colors and soft, cozy textures, the living room from the HGTV Dream Home 2014 blends everything there is to love about modern mountain living. A soft, shaggy wool rug with a subtle Moroccan-style pattern anchors the living space, defined by a collection of furnishings — both traditional and contemporary in silhouette — that partner to create an eclectic look.
This eclectic guest room in the HGTV Dream Home 2014 has anything visitors might need to feel pampered and special. Exposed beams and a high ceiling allow for the use of a dramatic four-poster bed. A wall-mounted television offers guests their own private spot to enjoy a favorite show. In order to connect the two spaces, interior designer Linda Woodrum positioned the vibrant abstract art in the adjacent bathroom so it could be enjoyed from both rooms.
The 16-foot-wide dining space in HGTV's Dream Home 2014 feels voluminous thanks to 10-foot-high walls and a steeply-pitched ceiling featuring exposed structural beams. A wall of windows overlooks the front yard and floods the room with natural light. As interior designer Linda Woodrum chose fabrics for this room with a view, she was careful to stick with subtle patterns and solids that didn't compete with the outdoors. The flowy white draperies are mounted at the top of the wall in order to draw the eye up. A traverse rod operates on a pulley system to allow for easy adjustment.