A paisley print quilt in teal and white plays off the dark teal walls while keeping the space from feeling too heavy. Mixing the printed quilt with the blue and yellow striped Roman shades keeps the eye moving and punctuates the room with interesting patterns and textures.
The entry's custom white built-in bench includes gray velvet pillows and custom pillows in a paisley print. An open storage area below has space for storing boots and shoes, with green baskets for grab-and-go items to pick up before heading out the door.
This transitional guest room features a gray wall color, striped and paisley bed pillows and dark brown wood nightstands. A pair of table lamps with granite-like bases sits on each of the tables along with beautiful white flower arrangements.
Large scale sliding doors open up to create the ultimate indoor/outdoor dining experience. Neutral stone seamlessly goes from one space to the other, while a sophisticated Moroccan chandelier adds a touch of glamour. Paisley-printed chairs combine with leather chairs to surround a polished stone table.
Layers of blush and white give this bedroom a feminine look. White and green floral arrangements decorate the bedside table, while a velvet pink bolster pillow and paisley pillow add a pop of color to the white bed linens. A black wooden bed frame lends a traditional touch.
The magic in this nursery comes from the whimsical accents and rich textures. A unique mirror mimics the curves of the paisley wall treatment, while the fabric chosen for the pillows and window seat dares you to sit a spell. A ceramic rose blooming on the lamp is a feminine touch.
On HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother Stayce spent $12,200 of the budget on brand-new flooring throughout this living room and adjacent dining room. The newly made-over living room features a cream sofa, brown leather arm chair, and a light green accent wall behind the tile-framed fireplace. Red and orange paisley throw pillows add warm color.
Not only do the mirrors in this cozy nursery make it feel much more expansive, but they also throw back an image of the opposing wall's treatment. They reflect the paisley image without overwhelming the room with too much wallpaper. Small details like the lavender lampshade have a big impact in the small space.
This sweet dining area that lies adjacent to the family room is a exploration in color and pattern. The pink striped chairs, paisley bench and Lucite chairs all work together for a contemporary look and, surprisingly, complement the more traditional dining table they surround. The room offers lots of light with transom windows spanning the entire space.
An exposed brick fireplace fills one wall in this traditional living room that features two cream chairs, a matching ottoman and two paisley stools. Two framed paintings of autumnal outdoor scenes on the wall pick up on the color of the brick to further warm up the space.
Susan Brunstrum designed this bedroom in shades of cream and blue to coordinate with the color palette she used in the rest of this Park City, Utah vacation home. Along with a pair of beds, this room features a comfortable daybed in cream with navy and cream accents. Blue paisley curtains complete the look.
Lands of contrast, flickering lights, paisleys and palm trees along the Nile are just a few of the motifs that inspired Charlotte’s design. Straying away from the traditional blue and white color palette, she instead draped the bedroom in shades of periwinkle and cream. Tropical and worldly touches placed throughout create this beautiful “bedroom of visual memories (a place to dream).”
In the formal dining room, bold, charcoal walls are lightened up and are made more lively with the addition of gray, yellow and white paisley dining chairs. These chairs add an element of fun to the space, while brightening the room. To create visual interest, a series of vintage silver platters hang on the wall, creating a focal point.
Accessories are an easy way to boost style and add personality to any space – whether its with metallic table lamps, a gold starburst mirror or a rustic bench covered in paisley upholstery. Contestants in season 8 of HGTV Star chose from these accessories to energize their designs.
Blue and white check carpet, paisley bedding and a red, white and blue color palette showcase an Americana theme. This bedroom from the HGTV Dream Home 2012 features a dark wood four-poster bed and a vintage-style American flag art piece above the bed. Chrome chandeliers add a touch of glamor to the room and highlight the vaulted ceiling.
When interior designer Linda Woodrum set about designing this guest bedroom for HGTV Dream Home 2009, she envisioned a cozy, lived-in space with walls painted a peaceful shade of buttercream and a bed blanketed in heirloom-style fabrics. To balance the old-fashioned feel, jolts of color, interesting texture combinations and bold patterns, including paisley and check, were used to ramp up the room's energy.
In Chris' bedroom, a mix of high and low created his designer bed ensemble. A custom bed upholstered in automotive vinyl was the area's biggest purchase; however, deceptively budget-friendly purchases were made for the remainder of the space. The demilune-shaped chests came from ZGallerie for $600 each, and not only do they add an elegant touch, they offer concealed storage. Table lamps atop the chests were found at a flea market and updated with red paint and new metallic drum shades. While Ralph Lauren bedding in a classic paisley print was a splurge, custom pillows made from $6.99 per yard IKEA tartan fabric kept the budget in check. To allow Chris to easily change up the looks of his bedding, the backs of each pillow were covered in a nautical print from Duralee.