HGTV Star contestant Abby Vasek designed this bedroom for an artist who loves to be surrounded by color. She painted the furniture and walls, then brought in contrasting green silk draperies and colorful patchwork bedding.
Sleek, straight lines set the tone in this ultra-modern living and dining room. A white lacquer dining table for eight balances the all-white walls, which provide a gallery-like backdrop for an eye-catching abstract painting. The furniture's blue hue pulls straight from the art.
If you don’t have a large budget, you want to make sure your purchases are noticed. To do so, Atlanta interior designer Michael C. Morris suggests contrasting your floors and furniture. In a model home in the Avalon community, he uses light paint and furniture to stand out against medium brown red oak floors.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah completely transformed this once dark and dated living room with neutral paint and furniture and bright pops of blue decorative accents. The brown window frame was painted white and flanked by cheery white and turquoise drapes that match the chic fabric coffee table. A nautical-themed striped blue rug ties in the room's blue decor and adds warmth to the eucalyptus flooring.
Sam Ushiro and Kyle Larsen sneak color into their apartment in any way possible. Painted plumbing pipes brightened the ceiling, while colorful furniture and creative paint jobs bring the quirky space together.