"HGTV Star" contestant Boris Eckey expanded a small, cramped dining room by merging it with a run-down addition on the back of the house. A major overhaul on HGTV's "Room Crashers" joined the two spaces together to create one large dining space that can be used for entertaining up to 10 people. A diamond-patterned focal wall behind the dining area adds visual interest to the space.
New meets old in this transitional kitchen design, beginning with the beautiful green patterned wallpaper offering a burst of color on a focal wall. The center island paired with the farmhouse table and leaded-glass window creates a sophisticated look.
A beige headboard with gold and gray bedding sits against a soft purple focal wall giving the room a subtle dose of color. A patterned screen mimics the soft metallic pattern in the draperies, which still allow a beautiful view of the city skyline.
Clean modern forms are the defining element in this room, with a sleek sectional and Milo Baughman-inspired chairs combined with minimalist white cabinetry. The brightly colored Ikat-patterned rug was the inspiration for the palette which includes pink, yellow and blue. The focal fireplace wall has a gray-and-white faux finish and a large round nickel-framed mirror over the mantel.
A striking accent wall is the focal point of this stylish transitional living room. Niches with a stone and glass mosaic tile back wall add depth to the Moroccan-patterned accent wall, which pops against the living room's soft gray walls.
The patterned tile wall in this powder room is a bit different, and the homeowners wanted a unique focal wall to give the space more drama. In this small space, tile goes a long way. If you have perfectly intact flooring, consider adding a tiled element to the walls.
Bold black and white wallpaper creates a dynamic focal point in this light-filled bedroom. Hung on just one wall, the wallpaper draws attention to the bed without overpowering the otherwise white-walled space. A vivid yellow headboard holds its own against the paper's strong pattern.
Stunning and attractive teal and gold patterned wallpaper acts as the focal point for this creative, comfy bedroom. Drawing on midcentury modern influences, a bold headboard with simmering, peacock-like upholstery works in tandem with the long shades and retro shapes of glass lamps and nightstands. The teal motif is carried throughout the room in plush pillows, a cozy throw and vintage accents.
A winding staircase leads down to this spacious living room. High ceilings and rich textures define the living room's majestic appearance. The furniture is situated around a soaring gray tile focal wall and fireplace. Bold patterns blend with muted colors to create a harmonious design.
Patterned yellow wallpaper and an eye-catching blue bench with a high back grab your attention as soon as you step into this transitional living room. Large potted plants bring an organic element into the space.
A wood wall with a floral pattern and faux mounted animal head serves as a dynamic focal wall in this neutral guest bedroom. Red accents and floral-patterned pillows add color to the transitional space.
An ornate four-poster bed serves as the focal point to this master bedroom suite. The subtle mix of patterns in the headboard, throw pillows and bedding add a soft, textural interest without overwhelming the space. The tree house ceiling creates contrast against the simple white walls and floor.
Designer Genevieve Gorder created a playful, colorful room for her daughter with an indoor rope swing, gold geometric pendant light and loft area. A neutral, patterned focal wall draws the eye toward a bold black bed with vibrant, patterned throw pillows that complement the wall.
As seen on Love It or List It Too, Jillian designed this bedroom with a light and airy feel. The focal wall in this space is done with wallpaper, while the neutral palette of the rest of the space compliments the colorful floral pattern.
Taupe walls, a bright blue glider and lime green accents balance the black in this dark nursery. Bold black-and-white whale-patterned wallpaper creates a bold focal wall, which is broken up by a solid black dresser.
Designed in a classic San Francisco Victorian, this living room features contrasting paint colors from the white trim to the gray wall color that defines and accentuates architectural details of the space. A black and white patterned sofa serves as the focal point of the room, while orange and white flowers bring a touch of color to the living area.