It’s the small details that really pull this HGTV Smart Home 2015 master bathroom together. According to the home’s interior designer, Linda Woodrum, “It’s very fun and very glamorous in here with a big fluffy shag rug and a lot of silver.”
Spanish style front doors with wrought iron detail make for an impressive, dramatic entry to this home. The foyer staircase mimics the iron-and-wood pairing on the doors. A chrome chandelier with silver, draping metal chains adds a contemporary touch to this transitional foyer.
Every occasion calls for a proper invitation that not only informs guests of the details but also gets them in the holiday spirit. These sophisticated tartan invites in French green and silver allude to the party's menswear theme.
A spiral staircase makes a grand addition to the home, as well as takes visitors passed a wall of windows. With its weathered wood sides and steps, the feature complements the home's more rustic details.
Let color set the stage for your living room or entertaining area. Blues, silvers, whites and grays give this space a calm and relaxing vibe that's perfect for alone time or group entertainment. The pocket door helps to open the space, while modern details make it more trendy.
Small details, like the silver-leaf designs that make different areas of house glimmer as the sun crosses the sky, added up to return the run-down Victorian to its former glory. To help the crumbling foundation, pressure-treated wood and concrete were used to reinforce the weak areas on Curb Appeal.
This warm yellow living room is decorated with a light blue loveseat, white chairs with blue and white floral pillows and silver patterned drapery. A tan rug sits atop medium grain hardwood flooring, while large windows illuminate the finishing touches of the room, like the white chandelier and detailed table lamps.
The light wood of the circular dining table shines beautifully against the darker hardwood floor and distressed finish on the buffet. The coffered ceiling and open doorways keep the room feeling spacious. Silver chairs are a modern contrast to the traditional details, and the blue cushions add a touch of color to the neutral palette.
Vintage accents are an excellent way to add one-of-a-kind detail to any space. To use vintage in a winter-inspired manner, consider mirrored table lamps from the 1970s. While the metallic silver surface offers a wintry touch, it also adds a fun, disco-era vibe.
This chest of drawers in a little boys' bedroom by Mallory Mathison hosts a tableaux incorporating thoughtful details like a silver cup ornamented with a preserved boxwood orb, family photos, a vintage child's toy and the lovely, unexpected detail of fresh flowers. People don't often think of putting fresh flowers in a child's room, but designer Mathison says giving even small children access to nature—as well as to art early on—creates moments of beauty in their lives.
Silver, gold and black triangles cover the back wall like confetti for a fun, whimsical detail that makes a major statement. The bohemian textile skirt packs a seriously stylish punch on the simple white crib. A brass floor lamp with an attached glass table picks up metallic tones from the triangle accent wall to amp up the glam factor.
Traditional built-ins are countered with contemporary touches in this eclectic living room. Blue pillows add color against the cream couch. A contemporary wooden coffee table with extending sides sits on the shag rug and matches the brown leather armchairs and dark wood floor. Silver statues add modern detail and decor.
For a simple and affordable gallery wall, a series of photos from the homeowner's travels were cropped to show just the graphic details. When the black-and-white photos are paired with affordable white frames, the result is striking. The turquoise chair was a splurge, but it is paired with an antique silver plant stand for a budget-friendly side table.
To get this look, look for mirrors with scrollwork or intricate details at yard sales, estate sales or antique stores, and hang it flush with the mantel. If the mirror is gold, silver, black or another color, you can paint the mirror and the mantel white, like this elegant fireplace by Atlanta-based Pop Custom Homes.
This elegant black and white bathroom satisfies the design wishes of kids and adults alike. The modern design of the space is sleek and elegant, while the details in the space, such as the silver fixtures and exposed piping, add a little edge to the room. The vintage features in the space soften the edges and make a cool addition to this kids' bathroom.
This kitchen and breakfast room from Meredith McBrearty Interiors illustrates a simple lesson of holiday decor: you don't have to privilege the usual red and green or even silver and gold decor. A fresh clean palette of white and the unexpected detail of single flower stems tucked into bud vases is just the kind of festive touch that makes every surface and nook of your home holiday-ready.
The color pink extends to the drapery in the bedroom. The curtains were discovered at IKEA. The floor-to-ceiling drapes complete the bedroom’s restful palette. A gray chair and silver, mirrored dresser adds to the room’s mix of soft neutrals. A light detail was added to the bedroom to complete the space. Joe installed a milk glass pendant above the bed. The milk glass feels like it’s original to this historic home.
The carved wood table is hand-crafted by an artist of the trade. It is a custom Habachy Designs collection piece and tapers upwards to an inset Silver Portoro marble top and kerfed edge detail. The custom chaise lounge designed by Habachy Designs is inspired by oriental architecture, and the custom designed dining table, also by Habachy Designs, is a light gray oak wash that centers the great room with an understated presence.