As seen on HGTV's Love It Or List It, Too, designer Jillian Harris gave the homeowners a modern dining space. With a table that seats up to six, there is plenty of space for the family to enjoy or to entertain their friends. She then added a modern chandelier to help bring light to the room. The walls are painted a neutral color and are accented by the dark picture frames and the metal of the chandelier.
The sunken living room off the dining room is a perfect space for lounging or entertaining. Neutral wood tones in the floor, shelves and support beams play off the brightly colored furnishings, while modern art and knickknacks add interest.
Designer Kerrie Kelly updated this living space with a club-like look using color, texture and modern furnishings. The sitting area, created with four matching accent chairs in yellow and a center coffee table in wood, invites family and guests to gather for good conversation or perhaps a night of games. The cool gray tones of the tray ceiling, industrial light fixtures and whitewashed brick add dimension and contrast against the sleek furnishings.
Green marble finishes and seaglass-hued light fixtures and woodwork bring a relaxed, casual charm to this modern farmhouse kitchen. Mid-Century-inspired barstools pull up to the island breakfast bar. Open shelving and butcher block fit with the character of the historic house, balancing the modern elements.
Ensconced in Carrera marble, this luxurious bathroom shower area feels fit for the finest spa. An elegant, modern chandelier makes this feel less like a bathroom and more like a living room, as does the old Hollywood-style chair bench. White cabinets and ceilings add to the expansive look of the space.
Fun black and white floor tiles and modern art add spunk to this functional mudroom. The space was added as a spot for the family to store its coats, shoes and backpacks. Pops of bright yellow in the art and lighting stand out against the white walls, trim and ceiling. The window is a reproduction based on an original window design seen elsewhere in the Victorian home.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson transformed this once dark and dated dining room into a chic, updated space perfect for entertaining. A new chair rail was added for visual interest and to allow Sarah to install two types of chic beige wallpaper. Dark wood accents in the table, floor and mirror balance the room's primary light, airy color and lend a "steakhouse" feel. Sarah finished the space by closing in an awkward half-wall with antique leaded glass windows repurposed from an old library cabinet.
Interlacing wood planks create an entrancing, modern accent wall in this rustic industrial restaurant. Coal mining-inspired decor, like the wall-mounted bulb lighting and hurricane lanterns, honor the town's mining history. Red Tolix chairs add a stylish, colorful element.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, the entrance of this newly remodeled home has been given an elegant, modern makeover with rustic accents. The wall that used to enclose the stairs has been knocked out, transforming the feeling of the space from claustrophobic and closed-in to open and inviting. The modern stair rail gives a bit of flair to the space, while the series of black and white photos throughout the stairway and entryway make the space elegant. Rustic accents, such as the bench in the front hallway make the space warm and inviting.
This modern master bedroom is crisp with its engineered stripes on the ceiling and wall. The square headboard and glass table keep the look sharp and clean, and a mirrored wall makes the room appear larger.