Using fun and unexpected elements in the grown-up design of this space, from guitars to eclectic artwork, add a playful spirit to the room that will keep it feeling fresh and inviting for years to come.
Classic, timeless materials such as polished Diana Royale marble were specified for the floors and wall pattern. A modern basket weave stone border was used to add interest and topped off with a beveled marble pencil liner.
A botanical-print outdoor rug in shades of blue adds texture and style to the back porch seating area. Using upholstered chairs creates the polished style of an indoor living room on the porch and transforms the space into the perfect place to catch up with a neighbor or enjoy a cup of coffee.
Having tile professionally painted can make a bathroom look brand new. And accessorizing can make buyers feel like they're in a spa. Put out items like rolled-up towels, decorative baskets and candles. It's a great way to create a polished look, and it doesn't cost much to do.
This breathtaking oven hood was designed by Ami Austin to extend all the way to the ceiling, creating the feel of a much larger space and more well-appointed appearance. Maintaining the same color and finish throughout the kitchen establishes a very sleek and graceful kitchen design.
Everything about this dining room says elegance, from the round table and matching chairs to the tray ceiling to the ornate chandelier. Rich paint colors and detailed wall frame molding provide the finishing touches.
Designer Debbie Perez whipped the master bedroom into shape with beautiful bedding and handpicked artwork for above the headboard. Punchy throw pillows coordinate with the new drapes for a polished look.
A tiered concrete wall works overtime in this backyard, accentuating the home's sleek lines and showcasing a modern fountain. As guests eat dinner or exchange stories by the fire, they'll enjoy the soothing sounds of water.
When guests need to freshen up, they can head into this pretty powder room. Here, an edgy vanity and mirror give the space Art Deco style, while a penny tile backsplash and wood vessel sink add some natural texture.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It Too, designer Jillian Harris created a more open space by ripping out the wall that divided the kitchen and living space and putting in a large island with white quartz countertops and lots of new storage. The previous countertops were so outdated, their width did not accommodate a dishwasher. The hardware and lighting was replaced, Edison lights hang above the island, hardwood floors were put down.