The colors in this library are subdued, but the sophisticated mixing of patterns makes the overall look so stylish. Instead of filling the bookshelves full, they're used as a mix of storage and display space, a smart choice for a not-too-big room.
Guests will be delighted to stay in this chic bedroom. Pale blue walls make an attractive counterpoint to the denim blue headboards and playful polka dot duvet covers. Dark orange accent pillows add a note of richness and warmth.
Designers brought in a modern dresser with plenty of drawers that would give the couple space to store their girls' things. Though it currently serves as a changing table, the piece can simply be a dresser as they grow.
For tailored panache, the doors of the closets in this bedroom were finished with a brown tweed pattern. A dresser and mirror tucked between them lets occupants do a quick once over before heading out for the day.
In this dining room, the light from a pair of chandeliers is captured in a huge eighteenth-century Italian mirror. The black Chinese cabinets tie into the black chairs and are in stark contrast to the light gray walls. A collection of antique candlesticks sit in the center of the table.
A large framed photograph is just as much the focal point as the Chicago skyline in the HGTV Urban Oasis 2011. The sitting room features a boxy sleeper sofa with sweeping city views thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows.
This bedroom blends rustic wood pieces with romantic florals and a tailored headboard for a look that's both comfortable and sophisticated. Tall, narrow mirrors propped on the nightstands visually add height to the space.