Interior designer Tiffany Brooks covered the backing of the built-in bookcase with green grass cloth wallpaper that highlights the white books and accessories on the open shelves, including a pair of fun white ear-shaped bookends.
Designer Tiffany Brooks turned a space originally planned as the breakfast area off the kitchen into this handsome library with gray walls that offers a break from the hustle and bustle of the main living spaces in the home.
Designer Tiffany Brooks found a very old cathedral light fixture that she had replicated locally in Dallas. The show-stopping fixture now hangs over the great room seating area to offer stylish illumination and serve as a conversation starter.
Designer Tiffany Brooks used a color scheme composed of neutrals, grays and touches of red to give the guest bedroom a lovely sense of style. A playful mix of patterns and plaids brings the space to the next level.
HGTV Star contestant Tiffany Brooks selected these orange side chairs from One Kings Lane to give the mostly-neutral room a bright focal point. The sleek, transitional lines of the chair play against the more frilly pattern of the damask pillow.
Since this space is designed for complete relaxation, Tiffany Brooks tones down the bedroom with soft neutrals and sea-inspired hues for this HGTV Star bedroom makeover. The graphic rug softens the hardwood floors and frames the space for the bed and nightstands.
Designer Tiffany Brooks was inspired by the Gothic architecture of churches found in Texas for HGTV Smart Home 2019. This inspiration permeates the home down to details like the traditional metal pulls on this floating wood vanity that bring to mind church doors.
This image shows the view looking from the top of the stairs towards the flex space made for numerous home activities. Designer Tiffany Brooks used a color palette that combines moss green, black, white, brown and dashes of blue to give the space life.
What interior designer Tiffany Brooks calls one of her favorite pieces in the home, she sourced a local artist to create the large 5’ by 5’ foot custom piece of wall art above the buffet that serves as one of the focal points of the room.
On HGTV Star episode 804, a fireplace in the home of Giovanna and Eric Lawrence is updated from drab brown by designers Tiffany Brooks, Boris Eckey, and Jeribai Tascoe. The fireplace's new warm gray paint blends with the dining room's gray walls, creating the illusion of a larger room.
Designer Tiffany Brooks created a focal point wall behind the bed by using charcoal-colored peel and stick reclaimed American Red Oak wood panels with a charred feel and matte look. The surrounding three walls and the ceiling of the bedroom were painted a very light blue-gray color for contrast.
This look from the butler’s pantry shows the kitchen with breakfast area located just steps away. “A coffee bar in any home is a dream for me,” says designer Tiffany Brooks. “Even though it is a butler’s pantry, I made it into an example to encourage homeowners to use spaces as they live.”
Large custom wall art with local flavor by artist Celery Jones sits over a leather bench that provides an easy way to change shoes or casually store a handbag or hat. “I love the look of those older homes on the flat lands of Texas,” says designer Tiffany Brooks. “Celery captures that moment perfectly.”
This transitional kitchen remodel for homeowners Giovanna and Eric Lawrence on HGTV Star Season 8 shines with bright countertops, all-new wood cabinetry and a sparkling tile backsplash. Among the traditional cabinetry, designers Tiffany Brooks, Boris Eckey and Jeribai Tascoe use geometric-patterned curtains and stacks of color in the kitchen's backsplash to enliven and transform the space.
What interior designer Tiffany Brooks calls the most exciting piece of art in the home, imagery of a vintage oak tree found at the Smithsonian with rings that show the age of the tree were replicated by an artist with the colors inverted, so the artwork almost looks like an x-ray of an oak tree ring.
Whitewashed bricks contrast the custom metal-studded sculpture to create a unique finish on the fireplace. “It’s almost reminiscent of old ironwork,” said designer Tiffany Brooks, whose inspiration for the finish was a pair of fishnet stockings. A flat-screen television displays a rotating loop of artwork to accent the space until it’s time to tune in to your favorite show.
A custom pipe and wooden shelf system sits in front of the left and right window that flank the sink, perfect for storing glasses and plates. Designer Tiffany Brooks says this storage system allowed the huge window area to remain open. “You have a direct view to your driveway, your garage area and all your neighbors on the street in front of the house.”
The kitchen’s focal point backsplash includes deep emerald hexagon-shaped ceramic tiles with lots of movement. “They add texture and they’re very, very three-dimensional,” says designer Tiffany Brooks. Thanks to a hub device in HGTV Smart Home 2019, your smartphone or tablet on the kitchen counter turns into a universal remote that gives you control over your home entertainment and smart home devices.