In this boy's room, designers anchored the space in white walls and a marble floor to make the space feel larger, while an accent wall with geometric wallpaper brings a bit of fun to the space. To add a bit of personality in the space, designers brought in a green rug to give the feel of a soccer field, while a custom painting of a soccer player hangs on the wall.
Designate some bins to store all those soccer balls, basketballs and baseball bats. These durable mesh storage bins from The Container Store are designed to keep sporting goods contained and organized.
With a formal entrance, outdoor kitchen and bar, fire pit, swimming pool, soccer field and more, this elegant estate can readily accommodate small gatherings and large tented parties. A circular driveway out front ensures that there's plenty of parking for visitors.
On episode seven of HGTV Design Star season six, contestant Kellie redesigned kid Mason's bedroom. Mason can use this private under-bed area to kick around the soccer ball or relax with a book. "It's the only space in the room I kind of like," says judge Vern Yip.
Canvas prints of sports equipment, including footballs, baseballs, a soccer ball and a trophy, are displayed on the walls above a twin bed that is made with classic red, white and blue linens. A nearby white mantel complements the bright white in the bed linens.
Designer Lisa Bakamis created the dream retreat of every teenage girl in the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014 soaking lounge. A clawfoot tub is the perfect spot for a post-soccer practice bubble bath. The fun, feminine setting is her own boutique salon, where she can experiment with makeup, hairstyles and fashion.
On episode seven of HGTV Design Star season six, contestant Kellie was asked to transform this boy's bedroom with a locker room theme in mind. Though she didn't do the locker room theme, Kellie tucks bits of soccer-themed pieces throughout the room. Still, judge John Gidding isn't impressed: "There's nothing locker room in this whole space," he says.
Becky Shea of Becky Shea Design believes that because mudrooms are utility spaces, the elements used to design them should be durable and able to withstand wet boots, soccer cleats, paw prints and other day-to-day occurrences. For mudrooms in particular Becky loves using porcelain floors that mimic slate, as well as hidden storage. “That way, [clutter] remains out of sight and your mudroom can still sustain a little bit of glamour while serving a necessary purpose,” she tells HGTV.com. “
The Estates at Acqualina, a Mediterranean-style luxury residential development, is an extension of the renowned Acqualina brand. It features 5.6 acres of grounds and gardens will boast lush landscaped gardens, multiple infinity pools, a FlowRider® for surfers, a basketball court, a bocce court, a dog park, soccer field, a romantic beachfront restaurant and 502 feet of Atlantic oceanfront with Five Star beach and pool services.
This library space was once a sea of wall-to-wall green with gold accents and cluttered bookshelves. Now, the space is elegant and calming. The home's original molding and wainscoting has been restored and highlighted in this sleek, new design, and the bookcases have been cleaned up and stocked with myriad books. The luscious, overstuffed furniture gives the family a great place to relax and read, but this space has also been equipped with some tech savvy gadgets, such as a projector with a retractable screen, so that the family can watch their favorite soccer matches in style.