Opposite the shower in the master bathroom, a tub is tucked neatly in the private corner of the space. To highlight this fixture in the space, designers included teal Spanish tile around the top of the tub and around the base to create separation between the tub and the floor while adding a decorative flair.
With a transitional white sofa, two Art Deco-style coffee tables and a cowhide and boho rug layered on top of each other, this living room is just as comfortable as it is eclectic. A teal throw pillow brings in some of the color that the owners love as well.
The vaulted ceiling in this space provides a dramatic touch to the already chic teen's lounge and bedroom. Designers incorporated what would have been space wasted in a vaulted ceiling by painting the lower half a bold, teal color, while the upper part of the ceiling was given matching wallpaper, creating a deeper space.
There's an air of elegance in this gorgeous contemporary dining room. The pleasing look and texture of the frosted glass allows the room to be private or open. Teal and white patterned chairs are seated around the dark wood dining table lit by natural light from the windows and a drum chandelier hanging above.
A rustic wall-to-wall entertainment center is the focal point in this family room. With a combination of glass-front and open shelving, the built-in unit anchors the room. A teal accent wall faces off against a hand-painted family tree with framed photos.
In this home's fourth bedroom, designers blended an elegant, neutral color palette with bold, teal accents for a pop of color. These two design elements combine with contrasting black details to create a space that is warm, bright and inviting for the homeowners and their guests.
The Crafty Lumberjacks teach you how to make a funky, macrame beaded curtain with a plant holder in the middle. To start, you will need navy rope cording, wooden ball spacer beads, orange and teal acrylic paint, a tension rod, scissors, painter's tape, tape measure and a piece of sandpaper.
A mix of blues and crisp white creates a beachy feel in the kitchen of HGTV Smart Home 2013. The cottage-style cabinets and quartz countertops are bright white, while the island, walls and kitchenware are varying shades of teal. The clear glass subway tile backsplash picks up on the blue tones of the room.
Inspired by the vernacular Florida vacation home, a porch wraps the length of the backyard, providing shade from the intense midday sun. A flat porch roof, clad in 24-gauge metal, replaces the classic sloped roof clad in cedar or cypress shingles. A pine trestle style teal table with vintage steel chairs complete the beach house look.
This richly decorated dining room features detailed ceiling moldings paired with gold wallpaper and teal accents, as seen in the upholstered dining chairs. Blue velvet drapes and striped valances frame each of the sets of French doors, while a crystal chandelier over the dining table provides a glamorous finishing touch.
Tri-level decks make the most of this California home's outdoor space while adding living area for a modern family. Sliding glass doors on the top floor, pocket doors in the center and a roll-up garage door at ground level are flexible and fit with the home's unique, modern architecture. The bold pink, yellow and teal color palette reflects the fun personality of the owners.
This funky kitchen and dining space features a rustic wood cabinet framed by a white built-in sideboard and vibrant red tile accent wall. A dining area with a glass table and teal clover back chairs provides a space for casual entertaining, while a fuchsia built-in hutch adds an additional pop of color.
Saturated teal, cotton candy pink and a subdued sideboard create the ideal color balance in this cool, but still colorful hallway. White walls for art aren't your only option: coordinating wall color to an important piece of artwork is a great option shown here in this Color Form space.
A hallway and adjacent powder room have a personality all their own in the HGTV Smart Home 2013. Used on the wall of the bathroom, gray mosaic tile creates a soothing effect in the small space. Meanwhile, teal stripes create a dizzying backdrop for a hall table and lamp.
This master bedroom was designed to be a relaxing retreat by using a monochromatic gray color scheme with small accents of teal and green. The crisp white bedding against the charcoal tufted velvet headboard creates contrast in the space, and the bed becomes the natural focal point. Above the bed a damask stencil was used in the accent colors to continue the pattern of the rug throughout the room.
Subtle and feminine was the design goal for this elegant little girl's room. The muted pink walls anchor the space, while the gray patterned bedspread adds warmth and texture to the space. For color and personality, designers brought in a teal and pink rug with antiqued furniture to create a fun, yet sophisticated room for this little girl to enjoy now as well as grow into.
“I used to close the door to this room before people came over — that’s how not cute I thought it was,” says Cristina. Designers Lathem and Cate channeled the couple’s eclectic style with a caned headboard from CB2, buffalo check bedding from Ballard Designs and teal lamps by Circa Lighting plus a matching bench from HomeGoods.
This section of Jackson Paige Interiors' contemporary master bedroom suggests an updated coastal approach to its overall design. The upholstered headboard in teal, the birdcage-style lantern and woven front drawer nightstand give a nod to the nautical, yet with an upscale, sophisticated aesthetic. The graphic wallpaper in gray and white adds texture and interest to the room.