As seen on HGTV's Elbow Room, a side table stacked with blue and white accent pieces, a low vase of white chrysanthemums and a vintage globe create a subtle nautical look. Wainscoting painted crisp white is the backdrop for this great room vignette.
Chris mixed modern with traditional to create a transitional design style. He paired a tailored, button-tufted, 1960s-style sofa with an ovular, bronze and glass coffee table that has more traditional lines. For rustic, masculine texture, Chris opted for end tables made of driftwood with glass tops. A pair of mid-century modern table lamps added a touch of the unexpected to the space. Altogether the furniture arrangement came to slightly over $2000. After searching for art, Chris couldn't find anything he connected with and instead had a professional photographer shoot his collectible Cutlass convertible, and then had it framed as fine art.
After giving the original materials a good cleaning, Nicole painted the walls a dark violet shade to match the masculine elements in the rest of the house. Light accessories contrast against the walls.
Classy Gray Guest Bedroom With Turquoise Accessories
The Nonn's second bedroom after the transformation, as seen on HGTV's original series Brother Vs. Brother. Jonathan's team replaced the old carpet with hardwood floors, applied a fresh coat of paint and created an intimate reading nook.
When you’re trying to create a restful bedroom space, go with a neutral base. Atlanta designer Ann Wisniewski of AJW Designs suggests using accessories to add color. The blues and greens in this room’s bedding, lamps and houseplants give the Dwell with Dignity makeover a zen vibe. The bedside tables were originally in the room, but DIY blogger Dena Stormer painted them and replaced the hardware to create an all-new look.
Converting a home office into a bedroom meant designer Jennifer Foster to had to furnish the room again. Her designer tip in these situations is to purchase big-ticket items from decor collections for teens, which are typically cheaper. To save money on this renovation, Foster turned to home decor retailers and online outlets. The canopy bed cost less than $1,000, and the white bedding is just the right base to switch out the raspberry accessories when it’s no longer a favorite hue.
Now, the kitchen flows seamlessly into the dining room. The updated flooring, gray color scheme and neutral accessories create an inviting space perfect for entertaining, as seen on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother.