Inspired by Lake Tahoe's brilliant fall colors, the eclectic guest bedroom at the HGTV 2014 Dream Home has everything visitors might need to feel pampered and special. Stems of reddish-pink vanda orchids pick up on the bed's bright hue and make this white dresser stand out.
A trio of windows showcases the sunset behind a gorgeous city view, which is perfectly visible from a seat at this stylish dining setup. Stainless steel-backed chairs match the stainless steel legs of the square-shaped dining table. Pink napkins and a matching orchid add a bold pop of color to the table setting.
The open space surrounding this glass dining table brings a spacious feel to the small set up. An animal hide rug adds personality and texture to the smooth, stylish look of the table setting. Hot pink napkins and a centerpiece of orchids add a lovely pop of color. A wet bar with stainless steel seating is just within reach.
Many clematis breeders call ‘Kilian Donahue’ one of the best bicolor types. Flowers unfurl to reveal ruby red centers that fade to fuchsia at each petal tip. Petal edges are a pretty orchid. As flowers age, they shift to lavender with a pink stripe. Because blossoms change as they fade, when you grow ‘Kilian Donahue,’ it’s like having two different clematis vines growing together. Vines flower strongly all summer long. For best flowering, remove top growth by one-third in early spring. Vines grow 9 to 10 feet tall by 4 feet wide. Hardy in Zones 4 to 10.