This windowed dining alcove brings a lot of visual interest to a small space. The reclaimed wood table is surrounded by rattan chairs in neutral tones on the sides. At the head and foot of the table are slipper chairs with green and white patterned backs and white leather seats, with wooden legs and nailhead trim. The most eye-catching element is a pair of artistic metal chandeliers on chains.
Inspired by Marsala, Pantone’s color of the year, designer Jeff Schlarb chose a rich wine color as a theme for the Pent Room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 and worked it in to every detail of the space, from the walls, to the nailhead trim on the tailored sofa. This sitting area allows for private conversation removed from the activity of the pool table and bar.
The homeowners wanted to preserve the warm wood trim throughout this home while creating a more eclectic, funky, family-friendly space for their young family. In this living room, a wood feature wall and stone fireplace create an eye-catching backdrop for the mix of chic, yet comfortable furnishings. A woven rug, leather chairs and a comfy upholstered sofa bring a harmonizing mix of textures that add interest to the space.
The nursery for this couple is a beautiful, modern space. The crib and changing table, both white with wood trim, are elegant, simple and practical. These simple pieces help make the space look clean and uncluttered. The unique modern light fixture adds character to the space, while the floor-to-ceiling gray curtains add texture and help to block out light during nap time.
This crisp and contemporary master bath features fun details that tie its design to its farmhouse architecture and rural setting. Cornflower blue trim pops against the all-white palette, while a freestanding soaker tub is a modern take on the traditional farmhouse bathtub. A walk-in shower features a frameless glass door and subway tile, and a floating vanity helps keep the space open and uncluttered.
Painting the walls high-gloss white is a great way to give a room a high-end finish and to increase the amount of light in the room, says Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson, designer and architect with Terracotta Design Build in Atlanta. Adding trim is an inexpensive way to give order and a high-end look to a wall with a flat screen TV, she says.
Colorful, patterned wallpaper covers the walls in this Art Deco-inspired living space. A saffron orange sofa with custom pink silk ribbon trim grounds the room with playful throw pillows and sits atop a grass green wool and silk blend area rug. Two windows let in lots of natural light and feature embroidered linen curtains with watermelon pink roman shades giving this space a vibrant jewel box vibe.
This creative storage space was designed by TriplePoint Design Build to accommodate books and living room knickknacks in the entryway of this remodeled home. The bookcases and columns, which were painted white to match to ceiling and trim of the home, divide the foyer from the living room. The size of the cubby space mirrors the sidelight cutouts above the front door for an interesting effect.
Trim the floral foam with a knife to fit snugly inside the planter. If necessary, to keep it from floating up, wedge a few smaller pieces of foam into the sides or use some floral tape. Next add some water.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, Chip and Joanna removed the brick from the home's original fireplace and replaced it with Texas limestone and installed a simple, wood beam mantel to create a focal point in this elegant space. To create a cleaner look, the trim around each of the doors was removed and the walls were painted a modern beige to warm the space.
Where twine needs to loop, allow it to overlap and stitch both sections of twine together to mitten. At the end of letter, trim excess twine and secure the end with several stitches to prevent fraying. Repeat process with second mitten. Tip: This technique would work great on hats and scarves as well.
A pair of traditional armchairs anchors this sitting room with graceful lines. The velvety upholstery is luxurious without being drab, while the dark navy hue picks up the navy accent color in the traditional rug. The chairs are full of character thanks to the nail head trim and button detail.
The bedside cabinets and master bed are custom pieces designed by Habachy Designs. The bed has a sophisticated, channeled headboard with wood trim. Even in a neutral and white space, warmth was created through the mixture of old and new. There is a big mix of vintage pieces with new designs. The vintage desk chair is brass and zebra hide and phenomenally crafted with its skinny, curved and tapered legs.
In spite of its extremely tall trey ceiling, this family room feels warm and intimate, thanks to the warmth of the reclaimed barnwood used in the ceiling, beams, and moldings throughout. A massive stone-veneer fireplace with barnwood trim dominates one end of the room, and a wall of French doors provides not only light but also a splendid view of the surrounding landscape.
A jungle theme appears throughout this eclectic boy's room. The space features a contemporary white nightstand with intricate carving detail and a trio of squared mirrors on each door. A white table lamp and white animal figures on the wall and nightstand tie in the overall theme while the roman shade with black trim complements the neutral decor and allows for adjustable natural lighting.
This once-drag bungalow is enlivened with a new gable dormer and petite front porch, turning it into a charming summer cottage with a storybook appeal. The design team added a small master suite to the original structure that provides privacy for a lush garden at the back of the house. A sage green picket fence ties in with the exterior trim and adds to the charm.
Deep blue trim frames this bright and stylish girl's bedroom as well as matches the built in shelf unit covering one wall. A raspberry pink stripe on the ceiling, upholstered desk bench, throw pillow and small decorative details create a beautiful pop of accent color throughout the room. The gray carpet and chair keeps the room looking light without using a monochromatic white palette.
Neutral tones create a sophisticated and calm atmosphere in this dining room. The rectangle dining table is surrounded with light wood chairs featuring cream cushion upholstery and a nailhead trim finish. A white area rug and white molding brighten the room and provide a break in the beige and wood finishes. Antique style garden tools mounted as wall art and a heavy neutral meal chandelier highlight the farmhouse influence in the design.