As seen on Beach Flip, Contestants Martha and Alex installed new wood beams in the ceiling to separate the living room from the dining area and added all new furniture, curtains and decor at the renovated Comfort Breeze condo.
This 1920s farmhouse kitchen keeps lighting simple and minimal, as reminiscent of its history. Made-over with all new furniture and appliances, it's able to keep its historic feel with simple decoration, a small storage table and original floors.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, the living room on the second story of the barn home features large wall decor, new furniture, and shiplap walls. The space also features rustic elements that complement the contemporary style of the interior decor.
What was once an unused spot behind the garage is now a perfect place to have a bite to eat. New furniture allows this space to be utilized white a fresh coat of pant and new plants bring the red pots back to life.
Don't rush out to buy new furniture if your guest bedroom is missing a few pieces — just improvise. Designer Erinn Valencich brought in a weathered garden step to serve as a bedside table. Its rustic patina adds charm while the steps create display space.
When it comes to decorating her home, Cindy loves mixing old and new pieces. Throughout the home, she pairs contemporary furniture with Moroccan throw rugs, glitzy antiques and, of course, plenty of toys for her twins, Zoe and Jesse.
With its own fireplace, a flat-screen TV and plenty of space, the home's master bedroom feels grand and luxurious. Light walls and beige carpet pair with dark furniture, creating contrast and interest within the space.
This nursery on New York’s Upper East side features neutral walls, furnishings and flooring that gain interest from layers of texture. Built-in cabinetry is customized with furniture-style feet, perforated doors and glass pulls. Cubbies provide ample storage for toys and books.
Intricate millwork and original hardwood floors in this early-1900s home mix with modern furniture and accessories for a pleasing contrast. The palette of soft gray and white is punctuated by a graphic woven rug. A fiddle leaf fig tree placed in the corner adds a lively presence to the historic home.
In this writing room, designers blended vintage items, such as the bookcase and end tables, with newer, more modern furniture to give the space a comfortable, inviting feeling perfect for letting inspiration flow. On the wall, several concert posters and an autographed guitar hang prominently-a nod to the homeowner's part in a country music duo.
As seen on Home Town, the Trest residence has been fully renovated by hosts Ben and Erin Napier. After renovations, the kitchen and dining area features new furniture, cabinetry, and window treatments. A large decorative range hood was added as a featured element in the kitchen as well.
Natural light floods this spacious living room highlighting the bright yellow walls and mix of furniture providing ample seating to enjoy this welcoming space. Plush white sofas work perfectly with the white fireplace surround and column.
Comfort and practicality are important elements in Cindy's home. "I'm not worried about things in my home like people are when they get older — like with the furniture you can't touch. You just can't do that when [the kids] are this age."