The "treehouse feel" of the HGTV Dream Home 2011 is especially evident in this room with its abundance of wood and autumn-inspired colors. Floor-to-ceiling windows and maple flooring lend an air of the outdoors, while modern furniture and a steel wall sculpture make it a comfortable and lively space for entertaining.
The cozy and conversational living room from HGTV Dream Home 2011 features a green sectional sofa, shaggy rug and kitchenette for quick access to snacks and drinks. A vintage barn door serves as both a conversation and an art piece.
A warm, fall-inspired color palette of red, orange, chocolate and golden yellow brighten the living room of HGTV Dream Home 2011 during bleak winter months. Birch panels adorn the glass fireplace and complement the maple flooring.
The 2011 HGTV Dream Home has room for plenty of visiting skiers, even boasting a beautiful dorm-style bathroom with three spacious showers. These showers boast beautiful frosted glass and white tile, not to mention the rainfall shower heads.
Designed to accommodate a large crowd of kids, the dorm bathroom pops with a bright tomato-red countertop and ski-inspired accessories. Three ceramic vessel sinks lit by industrial-inspired light fixtures provide plenty of space for washing up.
To promote a feeling of unity between the indoor and outdoor spaces, interior designer Linda Woodrum chose a neutral, controlled palette for the HGTV Green Home 2012 living room. Furnishings, though captivating, do not distract from the view. A mix of styles and textures like the rustic wood coffee table, shag rug and contemporary wingback armchairs keeps the space feeling cozy and fresh.
A decorative arbor, constructed of cedar beams and galvanized metal pipes, filters sunlight and creates interesting shadow details. The architectural element echoes the design of railing details in the front yard.
A 59-inch flat-screen TV, mounted above the fireplace, provides entertainment throughout the year in this four-season room. Black wicker chairs provide a place to get warm by the fire. Semi-sheer grommet drapes may be drawn for privacy.