Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines created a new laundry room and mudroom for homeowners, complete with plenty of storage cabinets, shelving and coat hooks. Brick floors were installed for a durable yet attractive look.
As seen on HGTV's Renovation Raiders, this new basement living area features a flagstone fireplace with gas logs and flat-screen TV mounted and framed above the mantel. An exposed-wood archway, comfortable seating and casual but sturdy furnishings all help give the space a welcoming and informal feel designed to suggest the atmosphere of an English pub.
Tiffany employs a playful color palette with a mix of sleek, midcentury pieces and more contemporary ones for this HGTV Star makeover. She pairs the slab-style dining table with bright, mismatched chairs. The coordinated gallery wall features pop art prints designed by Palm Springs artists.
In this design featured on HGTV's Color Splash, a classic Victorian dining room gets a novel makeover that combines modern and antique pieces. This eclectic dining room boasts orange walls and a bright blue sideboard that tie in with the colors in the art work selected. A fireplace with adjacent firewood and wine storage sits to one side of the room. Playful decorative items grace the rustic wood dining table, which is also accompanied by plexiglass chairs.
Look for hidden surprises under book jackets. Designer Heather Hogan Roberts found a mutual pink palette by pairing up a book with a dust cover and a bare book, then topped it with a piece of cheap coral.
Atlanta designer Heather Hogan Roberts purchased discount remnant fabric and trim to spend $120 on the pillows she made for the living room makeover. The white faux fur throw cost $24.99. Working with a $500 budget, she decided to keep the circular mirror in the same spot because it fills out the wall.
A new rug took up $110 of the $500 budget. Designer Heather Hogan Roberts found this fleece rug with a geometric pattern on sale and saved more with a 10 percent off coupon. She bought two ikat window panels and got one for 40 percent off. Those savings allowed her to buy discounted fabric for custom pillows and the elephant end table, which cost $40 at a thrift shop. The fiddle-leaf fig adds natural beauty to a corner with no need for wall art.
The living room makeover includes a more modern slate tile for the fireplace and a cedar-beam mantle with TV mounted above. A comfy overstuffed sectional in pale blue and woven jute rug help bring beachy accents to the casually modern space.
This powder room makeover features soft green textured walls paired with classic white trim and natural hardwood floors. Neutral floral Roman shades decorate the windows, while a rectangular vanity sink adds a modern touch.
This living room makeover features comfortable furniture in a contemporary design. The gray walls, light wood flooring and neutral window treatments create the perfect backdrop for the bursts of colors in the room's accessories.
The upgraded fireplace is the star of this living room makeover. Cle tiles in a chic graphic pattern are the new surround; in gray and white, it's a handsome complement to the rest of the room's earth tones.
For this living room makeover, the former dining room was transformed! The space was given hardwood floors, new French doors out to the pool and new windows (let there be light!). For more sparkle, the "fun" sign on the back wall lights up.
Pretty blue-and-white wallpaper with birds and flowers was the design jumping off point for the powder room makeover. The dark-stained vanity is a handsome contrast; its dentil molding repeats a detail used in the kitchen. Above the vanity, a scalloped mirror in an antique gold finish is an elegant companion.
In this living-room makeover featured on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother, fish-scale tiles add texture to the neutral fireplace without overwhelming the transitional living room. A basket, glass vases filled with corks and a large decorative clock accessorize the mantel and hearth.
A bedroom makeover solved the design problem that was created by the room’s unusual one-window layout. To create symmetry, the designer sourced a mirror and hung window treatments on either side, says Kirsten Yonson, co-owner of SwatchPop. She brightened up the lamps and added art above the bed for a fresh update.