The console behind the couch "was one piece that's funky and rustic, and was used to mix it up," explains interior designer Linda Woodrum.
Help people settle in for long, leisurely meals with colorful cushions in gorgeous patterns, such as these selected by Chicago interior designer Tom Stringer.
Curated Nest Interiors designed this inviting neutral bedroom with a king-sized bed with tufted headboard, white bed linens and a dramatic light fixture.
Enjoy a selection of spirits and upscale pub food at Macallans Public House. The interior design features elegant accents paired with some steampunk influences.
To give a serene mood to the villa's interior, designers kept the palette simple and neutral: white, dove gray and beige with blue accents.
Interior designer Linda Woodrum wanted to avoid the use of botanical prints in the bathroom, so she took a contemporary route when selecting art.
Plaster chinoiserie designs by M.J. Atelier adorn the walls of SAVAGE Interior Design's grand staircase and landing at the 2017 Kips Bay Decorator Show House.
No animals were harmed making the acrylic antlers. Interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn chose antlers for an organic farmhouse vibe that’s echoed throughout the house.
Savannah interior designer Robyn Roberts helped Eicholz bring color into her Savannah home. "She's really good at doing traditional with a funky mix," says Eicholz.
The window treatments are light and luxurious, made from inexpensive fabric. "We didn't want a tremendous amount of heavy drapery," explains interior designer Linda Woodrum.
The stunning handmade fire screen by furniture and interior designer John Lyle includes over three hundred hand-forged white bronze nails, polished to a high sheen.
Bria Hammel Interiors designed this bookcase and reading nook under the stairs, featuring a green cushioned seat and built-in shelving for displaying books and trinkets.
Sherrod sourced her interior design with indoor/outdoor flexibility in mind. The ceramics are courtesy of her personal collection sourced at estate sales and on her travels.
Staging is different from interior design. The idea is to create a showpiece that appeals to many rather than a living space that appeals to one.
"We used oversized lamps on the blue chest, and tried to hold back on the accessories to keep the space clean," explains interior designer Linda Woodrum.
An artful backsplash includes hand-painted blue, green and white tiles. "It gives somewhat of an updated Spanish feel to the kitchen," says interior designer Tiffany Brooks.
In order to balance out the HGTV Dream Home 2015 dining room’s high ceilings, interior designer Linda Woodrum chose a centerpiece with plenty of interest and volume.
Pink geraniums are paired with a Georgia front door painted Behr's Mermaid Net. It's a southern take on a Carribean color palette by interior designer Melanie Robinson.