A black-and-white chevron rug grounds the living room seating area, which includes two comfy armchairs and a cream-colored, tufted sofa. Orange draperies create privacy and add color without blocking sunlight in this living room on HGTV's "Flipping the Block."
Adding a wood and wrought iron railing allows the condo's buyer to adapt the decor to both traditional or modern tastes, as seen on HGTV's "Flipping the Block." Sisters Anicka Marshall and Shauna Williams kept the original, pebble-tile stair risers for added character but used bold color to bring the space to life.
The design vision for this kid's bathroom was to create a bright, fun space that would withstand the passing of time as the children in the family grew older. Punches of color helped bring this room to life.
Before the remodel, TV trays acted as makeshift computer desks in the living room. Chip Wade, host of HGTV's Elbow Room and Curb Appeal, upgraded the family’s office space with this custom, swivel-arm desk for two. The desktops swing out, allowing Mom and Dad to face the family while they work. The desks tuck back into the wall when computer work (or play) is done.
A sleek stone fireplace beneath a wall-mounted flat screen TV serves as the focal point of the room. Rattan bucket chairs complement the bright orange area rug while an angular white coffee table provides contrast to the vibrant rug color.
Combining a neutral sofa with a contemporary chair and traditional armchairs creates an eclectic and inviting living room. A black and white chevron rug anchors the space, while the modern art piece ties the room together.
This contemporary dining room was painted a happy celadon green and grounded with a black and white chevron-print rug. A glass table keeps the space from feeling cramped while mounted planters with colorful flowers add a playful touch.
No need to use a fabric rug in this outdoor space, given the orange and white-bordered rug painted on the wood deck. The cheery bright color scheme continues with the outdoor dining table and orange and white stools.
This contemporary office combines style, comfort and function. A chrome and glass desk takes center stage, while a flokati rug adds softness to the space. The closet is transformed into a reading nook with a tufted leather loveseat and stunning metallic wallpaper, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project.
Using an earth-tone orange with pumpkin tones that has enough brown in it, keeps it from becoming overwhelming. Cream cushions tie to the seats of dark bamboo chairs for a soft finish to compliment the white contemporary table. A standing plant creates a pleasing green and orange color combo.