Designer Laurie March has transformed TV personality Kendra Wilkinson and husband Hank Baskett's foyer into a glittering, disco-inspired holiday wonderland, featuring a festive and mouth-watering display of Christmas cake pops and tiered cakes on the party table, as seen on HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes.
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.
The bathtub is the focal point of the master bathroom. A marble backdrop and walls featuring cutout shelving create a nook that feels like a sanctuary. “For me, self-care means getting small moments of time back,” Breegan says. For an interior designer, TV personality and mom, getting those moments back is not only vital, it requires planning. This bathroom is definitely designed with that in mind. The massive soaking tub is ideal for reclaiming moments as the day slips away.
The funky textures and patterns in this space help to add depth and personality to a large room. Modern furniture keeps the design continuous, while teal fabric and leopard print can be found throughout the space. To add texture to some of the darker colored furniture, designers added fuzzy pillows. To complete the space, designers added unique accent pieces and statues, showing off even more of the homeowner's personality, making the space feel intimate despite its largeness.
Beautiful wood pieces as well as pillows and rugs with unusual patterns give this living room unique personality and a warm, welcoming feel. The mirrored coffee table makes the space look bigger than it is.
The jewel box of a living room is wonderfully full of personality with a vibrant rug, playful animal pillows and a collection of houseplants. The rug's rich colors are a perfect foil to the room's rustic wood paneled walls and exposed beams.
The play of lots of color in the living room is part of a design strategy that has color gradually grow as visitors enter the home, then move to the great room and eventually upstairs to the bold bedrooms with lots of personality.
Designers wanted this spacious, Midcentury Modern living room to fell intimate despite its large floor plan, so they carefully chose textures and fabrics that would add personality, but wouldn't overwhelm the beautiful exterior views showcased by the expansive windows. Walls are painted white to reflect the views of the outdoors, while the color is added through a few pieces of modern art and colorful, patterned throw pillows on the modern sofas.