Adding a wood and wrought iron railing allows the condo's buyer to adapt the decor to both traditional or modern tastes, as seen on HGTV's "Flipping the Block." Sisters Anicka Marshall and Shauna Williams kept the original, pebble-tile stair risers for added character but used bold color to bring the space to life.
Neutrals and muted grays call attention to the furniture's shape and form in this dining room. Elegant dining chairs with nailhead trim surround a dining table with tabletop topiaries. Framed photography and taupe drapes adorn the wall behind.
As soon as you enter the living area, a comfortable Eames lounge chair invites you in. Behind the chair, a solid brick wall is adorned with an art piece by Francis Augustine. Flowing linen taupe window drapes and a shiny cowhide rug complete the look.
Beautiful large windows provide a view that is pleasing inside and out. Decorated with floor-to-ceiling neutral drapes, the wood windows provide plenty of natural light. Beige armchairs and a glass-top coffee table allow the oriental rug to stand out in the space.
The monochromatic color scheme in this modern living room complements the open, relaxing feel of the design. Full drapes allow control over the amount of natural light let in from the glass walls. The beige sectionals are accented with turquoise and patterned throw pillows for a pop of color and life.
The color of royalty flies in the face of the all-too-typical white-wall approach in a bedroom. Instead of patterned drapes and beige carpeting or an area rug, turn to the walls and bed to highlight your love of color. Combining dark and light purples keeps this space fresh and fun.
Opulence and finery is on display in this cream and blue bedroom, which features a teardrop crystal chandelier, heavy drapes and a velvet chaise. The ceiling's pale blue hue and white molding top off the elegant design. A wall of windows and a claw-foot antique bed with heavy blue and beige bed linens adds to the luxurious feel.