A large stone fireplace anchors this outdoor sitting area that's complete with iron chairs and comfy red cushions. In the corner, a light fixture and mounted speaker help set the mood for outdoor entertaining.
Colorful contemporary vases adorn this traditional cream media console, adding pizzazz to the classic piece. Sleek speakers and a flat-screen TV are mounted above the console, completing the functional space.
This neutral media room features a wide rustic wooden barn door, a gray sectional sofa, a thick area rug, a "floating" wooden coffee table plus a projector and surround sound speakers mounted on the wall and ceiling.
This master bathroom really has it all, including ceiling speakers and a wall-mounted television that can be easily seen from the tub and the shower. Sit back, relax and catch up on your favorite shows, all while enjoying a relaxing soak in the contemporary bathtub.
This luxurious walk-in shower can fit two at a time—with a center bench in between—both sides with ceiling mount rain heads and waterfall massages from Aquabrass. Rounding out the spa experience is the shower’s Aqua Music shower system with built-in shower speakers.
In HGTV Design Star season 4, Dan and Nathan painted an unexpected and bold graphical design across the walls and floor of this dining room. “I don't know if it's a pixelated map of the islands, stylized crime-scene outlines or a macro image of popcorn but I loveeeeeet!” says designer Candice Olson. “This room is a testament to the power of paint and how it can easily and inexpensively transform a space. We’re not talking simply color on the walls here but rather a big, bold powerful image (of something) that engulfs this space; walls, floor and all – wow! The lumber on the far wall is a brilliant design stroke adding warmth to the cool grays. The uniform, vertical application brings visual order, contrasting the great graphic chaos happening around the table. A Parsons-style table like this looks great but really doesn’t function well for seating lots of people. I would have liked to see a hollow pedestal table with the hole in the center used for low greens/grasses, or as a built-in ice bucket for wine and cold drinks. Right now the tall leaves in the center mean fighting your way through the jungle to see who you’re dining with. A round paper-lantern pendant or two over the table would provide beautiful light for dining and speak to the shapes of the ingenious wall-mounted light fixtures beyond. Small criticism for a room that is truly inspiring.”