This simple dining area designed by Emily Henderson for Secrets From a Stylist features a drop-leaf table and black Windsor chairs. Black-and-white toile wallpaper sets a traditional backdrop to the space.
Gray-and-white floral curtains are hung high in this bedroom to create height. A round silver nightstand and wicker rocker bring curvy, feminine touches to the eclectic bedroom, seen on Secrets From a Stylist.
A contemporary canopy bed is dressed with simple gray bedding and pillows on Secrets From a Stylist. Light lavender walls create a serene environment, while a few pops of orange in a pillow and chandelier bring energy to the room.
HGTV Design Star winner Emily Henderson redesigns Glee creator Ian Brennan's home, as seen on HGTV's Secrets From A Stylist. White and gray walls, a cheery yellow duvet and a bright chandelier keep the new guest bedroom nook from feeling cramped.
HGTV Design Star winner Emily Henderson used an antique spool cabinet as a mini bar in the redesign of Glee creator Ian Brennan's living room and dining room. The antique piece adds bygone character to the design featured on HGTV's Secrets From A Stylist.
As seen on HGTV's Secrets From a Stylist, host Emily Henderson decides to make this under-utilized room a guest bedroom and starts the makeover by removing the built-ins. The leftover space is perfect for the new bed, which features a soft white upholstered wall behind it.
One of the best investments you can make in life is a sofa with good bones like this teal blue tufted beauty. As seen on HGTV's Secrets of a Stylist, this living room also features an eclectic mix of accessories, including a horse figurine and a white vase full of roses, atop a glass coffee table.
As seen on HGTV's Secrets From a Stylist, a more refined wood table and blue upholstered captain's chair tone down the '50s vibe from host Emily Henderson's first makeover of this space. The room still features plenty of kitsch with DIY chandeliers made out of socket splitters and a fun centerpiece of salvaged architectural and design elements. Instead of buying one huge, expensive area rug, Emily saved money by buying three smaller area rugs and laying them next to each other.