Artful details abound in Holley Jaakkola's historic Savannah home including a concrete squirrel that most would place in the garden but Jaakkola perches on her marble kitchen sink. Inspired, unexpected details like this give the home its strong sense of style and personality.
Designer Tiffany Brooks was inspired by the Gothic architecture of churches found in Texas for HGTV Smart Home 2019. This inspiration permeates the home down to details like the traditional metal pulls on this floating wood vanity that bring to mind church doors.
Taking a cue from spruce cuttings, the homeowner painted the cozy bathroom in a deep, rich green that creates a comforting cocoon – the perfect spot for sinking into a steaming hot bath after exploring the tundra.
Upstairs in the bedroom, the color palette softens to reflect the colors of a tropical sunset. A soft lilac shade defines the bedroom which is designed around the beautiful pattern of the bedding which is also one of the pieces that Malene offers in her product line. By the bed, the credenza warms the cool space with wood tones while over the bed a bright, colorful artwork adds energy and life.
As seen on Love It or List It, Too, designer Jillian Harris was inspired by Scandinavian design for Kelly and Steve's kitchen remodel. She used clean lines, ample amounts of white, and small pops of subdued color throughout the space.
Mixed colors, materials and shapes provide the unique flavor of this Mediterranean-inspired powder bathroom. Carved out of a niche under the staircase in a 1920's Dallas home, the art deco mirror gives tribute to the home's heritage, while fresh surfaces modernize the space.
The entryway to this home creates the perfect, Moroccan inspired ambiance for the house. Bold colors welcome guests into the warm interior spaces, while the rich wood accents bring life and warmth to this area's design.
Meticulously designed with special attention placed in the tiniest of details, every surface was considered. Traditional accessories and furnishings inspired by the Orient were combined with modern installations.
A 19th-century Japanese Mizuya is wall mounted and split into two sections to act as upper and lower cabinets in this Asian-inspired kitchen. Custom cabinetry mimics the style of the client's prized tansu chest in the adjacent dining room.