This French country foyer features an antique dresser with a pair of ornate lamps and matching upholstered side chairs. The neutral walls and travertine tile floor point the eye to the exquisite craftsmanship of the dresser.
“Two large paintings on either side of the front door were sourced locally — much of the art in the house is local,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum of the striking artwork art found in HGTV Dream Home 2015.
Located in Martha’s Vineyard, HGTV Dream Home 2015 is bound to be an attraction for guests all year round. Interior designer Linda Woodrum kept that in mind when outfitting the great room with furniture. Extra chairs by each door can be brought into the center for guest and look great on their own.
“When we were furnishing the home, we jazzed it up a little bit,” explains HGTV Dream Home 2015 interior designer Linda Woodrum. “We have a traditional living room with an edge, and we kept it very monochromatic with grays, blacks and whites. We pulled in some of that blue because we know we are in a resort area, and we wanted to celebrate that kind of sense.”
For a smaller space, like this Austin apartment, vintage suitcases do double duty as interesting visual touches and handy hidden storage. A pretty blue wall hanging introduces color and a sense of movement.
This neutral living room feels open and airy painted white with grey accents found in the curtains and side chairs. Pops of pink add a feminine touch while a bright painting over the fireplace brings focus and life to the space.
HGTV Star contestant Tiffany Brooks selected these orange side chairs from One Kings Lane to give the mostly-neutral room a bright focal point. The sleek, transitional lines of the chair play against the more frilly pattern of the damask pillow.