“Two large paintings on either side of the front door were sourced locally — much of the art in the house is local,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum of the striking artwork art found in HGTV Dream Home 2015.
Spacious and luxurious, the gorgeous bathroom from HGTV Dream Home 2015 is a peaceful escape reserved for the masters of the house. Stunning tile work, luxurious fabrics and a calming color palette blend to form a decadent space designed for relaxation.
Painted in Pure White by Sherwin Williams, HGTV Dream Home 2015 plays with light and looks even more spacious from within. “I think the whole house was painted with a brush, nothing sprayed – it’s an immaculate paint job,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
As a clever nod to their treehouse style, each one of the three Snow Bear Chalets is named after an indigenous species of tree. The Tamarack boasts two bedrooms and was constructed by the same company that built the HGTV Dream Home 2019. FUN FACT: The tamarack tree looks a lot like a Christmas tree, but it’s 40-feet tall, sheds its needles and thrives on steep slopes!
“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.”
Whatever the season, this amazing back patio on the HGTV Dream Home 2015 is sure to get a lot of use. From entertaining guests, to providing the perfect spot to relax, the stone patio offers comfortable outdoor seating and an exquisite view of the house.
From the floor-to-ceiling windows to the patio and fire pit areas, the backyard of HGTV Dream Home 2018 keeps the focus on the waterfront views. Using gray decking and gray stone pavers connects the outdoor living areas and complements the charcoal and black exterior color palette of the house.
The master bedroom suite in HGTV Dream Home 2015 takes up the entire right wing of the house and includes the master bedroom, master bathroom and a spacious master closet. Each area is painted in a gorgeous blue that separates the suite from the rest of the home, making it a beautiful, calming escape.
The HGTV Dream Home 2012 neutral mudroom is accentuated by colorful jackets and snow gear. Industrial pendant lights can be seen in the mudroom and the nearby laundry room. By placing the mudroom and laundry room so close together, no one has a chance to dirty up the rest of the house with mud-covered belongings.
A clerestory window above the fireplace and shelves is an interesting focal point that adds brightness to the HGTV Dream Home 2015 great room. "The light in this house is phenomenal, and I think everyone that comes in comments on how bright and airy it is,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
An over-scaled sofa and cozy club chairs are combined with two sandblasted pine coffee tables in the HGTV Dream Home 2013 great room. The space provides a front-row seat to South Carolina's Kiawah Island through glass doors that offer a seamless transition from indoors to outdoors. In keeping with beach house interiors, the furnishings were chosen for both beauty and durability.
This organized home office is conveniently located in a kitchen nook, which gives the adults of the house a central place to pay bills and take care of business, as seen on HGTV's Design Star. "Nobody's dream is to have their kids' stuff strewn all over the kitchen," judge Vern Yip says. "Just because it's supposed to look lived-in doesn't mean it has to look messy."
A coffered ceiling with beadboard adds character and texture to the homey cookery in HGTV Dream Home 2015. Recessed lighting and a perfectly-proportioned skylight create the ideal lighting combination in this bright, beautiful space. “I think everyone who comes in is astounded by the quality of the craftsmanship,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum. “The people who worked on this house are really proud of what they do, and it’s pretty exhilarating.”
To visually connect the HGTV Dream Home 2015 master suite, each room plays off of the colors and fabrics of the last space. “The bathroom ceiling and the hall and the master bathroom are the same color, and we used the same sisal in the bathroom as the rug in the hallway,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum. “There’s really a connection of feel and color palette. It’s very serene and peaceful, so you have the same experience in all rooms in this part of the house.”