The large artwork in this sitting area breaks the plane created by the blocky paneling and reaches up the wall's white upper half. Blue accents are in keeping with the room's serene feel, but bring in sumptuous color.
Put a modern spin on traditional holiday door decor with cardboard letter forms and tree cuttings. Wrap each branch around the letter form, securing the two together with floral wire or hot glue. Once the entire surface of the form is covered, add ribbon along the top and hang.
For the homeowners of this residence, the designers strived to meld the husband's love of the outdoors with the wife's glam tendencies. The result: cool nature-inspired murals, metallic accents and luxurious textures.
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.
This pretty metal artwork featuring an espalier fruit tree on the loggia abutting the main house echoes the real-life espalier beyond. Ceramic plates provide visual balance, fill out the wall and reiterate the edible theme on this patio where meals are often enjoyed.
A cedar tree is the focal point of this kitchen, with lighting fixtures hanging between the upper branches near the ceiling. But even more impressive are the things you don't see. Electrical outlets and an exhaust panel are hidden within the granite and pop up at the push of a button. A built-in cutting board, wine storage area, Wolf double-stacked convection ovens and an incredible lake view add to the state-of-the-art kitchen.
Just as the Mediterranean-style arches frame the al fresco living spaces within, the palm trees frame the exterior architecture. The terrace was left clean to balance out the architecture's rich classical lines and ornate pool detailing.
As seen on HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes, designer Laurie March transformed TV personality Kendra Wilkinson and husband Hank Basketts' living room into a glittering, disco-inspired Holiday wonderland featuring a twelve-foot tall, white Christmas tree with deep blue and chartreuse ornaments, a custom mantle art piece, disco balls and copper-colored balloons on the ceiling. The tall, dramatic tree helps fill the large, empty space in Kendra's high ceiling living room.