]This room started as a dark room with heavy furniture that failed to accentuate the rooms greatest features, like the vaulted T&G ceiling. The room was brightened up with a light blue paint, added hardwood floors and a chandelier that would draw one’s eye to the beautiful, original ceiling.
This dreamy bedroom design makes you feel right at ease. A white shag rug grounds the floor space, and a slanted ceiling helps reflect the light to make the space even brighter. Black and white framed art pairs with the throw pillows to add subtle, yet beautiful contrast.
This room started as a dark room with heavy furniture that failed to accentuate the rooms greatest features, like the vaulted T&G ceiling. The room was brightened up with a light blue paint, added hardwood floors and a chandelier that would draw one’s eye to the beautiful, original ceiling.
This living room needed a whole lot of style and a better use of space from its original 1950's look. The walls were opened up to give it a more social and inviting feel while connecting it to the kitchen. By raising the ceiling and getting rid of funky, low archways, adding new floors and brightening up the space with white paint this living room was transformed into a stylish, serene and mid-century modern pad.
Stars and stripes forever make a bold splash in this boy's nursery where ample floor space and clever storage solutions make it a room that will grow right along with its owner. The built-in bench is a fun, convenient way to bring in extra seating.
"HGTV Star" contestant Anne Rue designed a feminine and sophisticated bathroom with custom, handmade glass tile, a herringbone-patterned floor, a marble countertop with glass vessel sink and whimsical, ruffled draperies.
Relax on the double chaise longue while taking in the surrounding city view. The concrete floor's reflective epoxy finish gives you a feeling of floating on air. Design by HGTV Star contestant Tylor Devereaux
Unquestionably, the star of this contemporary kitchen is the breathtaking view of New York City, as seen from its floor-to-ceiling windows. The dark hardwood floor is a stunning contrast to the all-white kitchen that allows the urban landscape to take center stage.
The giant soaking tub and glass-enclosed walk-in shower are the star attractions of this simple, clean-lined bathroom. The wood vanity and textured floor bring visual interest to the room's cool palette.
HGTV Design Star contestant Stacey Cohen pulled together three different living areas: kitchen, dining room and living room. While somewhat of a design challenge, the open floor plan allows homeowners to entertain while preparing meals or cleaning up.