A dramatic way to bring attention to a mantel is painting the wall a deep, rich hue. Then you can leave much of the mantel blank by balancing out the ends with white sculptural accessories or candleholders, which are used in this metro Atlanta model home.
A formal living room connects to the dining room and features chic, navy accents, including the tufted leather sofa, upholstered piano stool and vintage dining chairs. Roman shades allow for privacy, and subtle western decor adds a fun twist to the space. Designed by Emily Mackie of Inspired Interiors.
On episode seven of HGTV Design Star season six, contestant Kellie was asked to transform this boy's bedroom with a locker room theme in mind. Though she didn't do the locker room theme, Kellie tucks bits of soccer-themed pieces throughout the room. Still, judge John Gidding isn't impressed: "There's nothing locker room in this whole space," he says.
Horizontal lines and a restful palette of grays and blues make for a peaceful urban retreat. In this modern master bedroom, a two-tone, custom floating shelf with drawers balances the mounted flat-screen television, perfect for viewing in bed. A wall of windows frames the sweeping city view.
The light in this master bedroom makes the space cozy and inviting. The large windows allow in plenty of light, while the white walls and furniture reflect the light. The navy accents complement the nautical atmosphere of the beach and make the space warm and inviting-the perfect place to relax after a long day at the beach.
HGTV Design Star contestant Kellie designed this kid's bedroom on episode seven of season six. Though Mason asked for bunk beds, Kellie chose a loft bed with a hideout underneath. But Mason was noticeably disappointed at the reveal: "Poor kid. He was just looking for his bunk beds," says judge David Bromstad.
The rectangular reclaimed wood table in this dining room provides a division between the living and dining areas. A distressed green bench lines one side of the table and white chairs are positioned along the other. Two globe pendant lights hang above, while bookshelves and a navy blue storage cabinet span the entire wall.
Inside the arches is painted navy to create a stylish accent wall breaking up the bright white of the room. Blue details like the area rug, cabinets and throw pillows continue the accent color throughout the room. Simple, sleek contemporary pieces such as the light fixture and the brass end table catch the eye as you explore around the brown leather sofa.
Painting the interior wall of the archways navy brings an eye-catching depth to this set up against the bright, white walls. Taller cabinets and mounted shelves frame the larger arch housing the television. Below the TV, beautiful textured cabinets feature a diamond cut out pattern adding extra texture and detail to the design.
White subway tile coats the shower interior finished with a ruffled white shower curtain. Outside the shower, white shiplap is topped with deep navy blue wall paint for a sharp split wall look. Stacked floating shelves hold towels and a decorative display to bring a personal touch to the design.
Navy walls give a touch of color to the timeless style of this contemporary bathroom. The white vanity is topped with white marble countertop and a pair of white vessel sinks. Stainless steel faucets mounted in the wall are complimented by the circular stainless steel framed mirrors.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, this master bathrrom is completely transformed with white tile, shiplap walls and navy paint. A ruffled shower curtain and decorative floating shelves add a lovely feminine touch to the room. Bright tulips pop against the navy wall paint.
Navy blue wall paint is a gorgeous, deep contrast to the bright, white vanity in this bathroom. A mounted stainless steel faucet is fixed over a contemporary white vessel sink. Gray marble countertop creates a sleek vanity surface.