Basement Rec Room With Orange and White Stripe Wall
This simple basement design is perfect for a home gym. The concrete walls are softened by an accent wall of orange and white painted diagonal stripes. Rubber floor matts soften the floor for working out, and letters painted on the wall allow for an easy way to keep track of workout sessions.
Orange and White Bathroom With Music-Inspired Artwork
Cool and contemporary is most effectively expressed in the basement bathroom at HGTV Smart Home 2014, where white quartz countertops are paired with vibrant orange accents. Wild guitar art echos the fun-filled vibe found in the adjacent basement rec room.
This living room is alive with color and energy. Blue and white stripe walls, blue floral curtains, brown and blue diamond fabric on the chairs and a blue and white graphic rug contrast with a pink sideboard and warm wood chairs. The orange canvas adds a warm pop to the room.
Colorful Basement Playroom With Sectional and Game Table
Time for fun! This basement playroom is chock-full of color, texture and pattern. A long blue stripe on the side wall elongates the room even further and creates a simple counterpart to the busy gallery wall opposite it. Large white tables can be cleared of accessories and provide plenty of surface space for games, puzzles, drawing and more.
There will not be a shortage of conversation around this fabulous dining table. From fun colors to exquisite details this room carries a theme all it's own and does it amazingly. This eclectic dining room features blue walls, traditional white arm chairs upholstered in turquoise blue and white stripes, and a round glass top dining table with orange legs. An upholstered bench with orange pillows and a large multi-sided mirror add to the room.
When Erin first moved in, the accent wall behind the bed was painted a loud orange tone, the previous tenant's homage to the San Francisco Giants that play just across the street at AT&T Park. To keep the space open and airy, she and Chris painted the walls a classic white (Benjamin Moore 01), then selected a palette of light grays, muted blues and creams. To add a personal touch in keeping with the airy aesthetic of the room, Erin added photographs with special meaning for her and her husband, Chris. "I don't like having photos of people everywhere. I like photos that are more landscape or locale-based, but hold personal meaning," Erin explains. "The photograph print of Outer Banks, North Carolina means a lot to Chris and me because that's where we first met, at a friend's wedding. I gave it to him for our first anniversary. I think it's the perfect inspiration piece for creating a bedroom that's calm, serene and all about Chris and me."