This contemporary dining room uses abstract wall art as its main visual focus. The low-key gray walls and black dining table and chairs ensure that focus remains on the art, while a square-patterned area rug ties the room together.
This sunken living room offers a low-slung sectional and leather ottoman. The ottoman can be used as a coffee table or for extra seating. The textured wall art -- reflected in the art in the hallway -- adds to the space's soothing texture.
A minimalistic bathroom is the sanctuary of this particular client. HGTV Star contestant Crisermy Mercado used the white elements of this master bathroom to make the one-of-a-kind wall art pop as one of the main features of the space.
Coastal style in this dining room is captured by wall art and table decorations. Using natural elements like seashells and potted plants translate the decorating style with ease. The teak dining room table and painted wall paneling set the perfect stage for coastal decor.
Update bland bathroom walls with a vibrant message. Just one piece of colorful artwork with a message does the trick for an instant bathroom update in this metro Atlanta home. Robin LaMonte, owner of Rooms Revamped Interior Design matched an eye-catching piece of children’s wall art, found at a home decor discount store, with brightly colored hand towels in her clients’ bathroom.
In the foyer, an old hardwood floor was re-planed and repurposed to create an accent wall. A unique metal art wall hanging was custom created by Jimmy Don Holmes of JDH Iron Designs in Crawford, Texas. The piece was given to homeowner Bill Graham by Chip and Joanna as a tribute to his service to the country.
Kellie Clements used her repurposing skills and personal style to create a space that's full of life on a bite-sized budget on HGTV's Design Star. She created a custom art piece using circles of wood and blue painted wooden spoons to fill the blank wall.
A wall-size floor mirror defines the small dining area in this open living space. Designer Andreas Charalambous of FORMA Design angles the large mirror against the wall to reflect natural light and views of the adjacent garden.
This contemporary dining room features an all-over white wall color coupled with a gray grasscloth wallpaper that acts as an accent wall. Gray velvet chairs line a rectangular glass dining table, allowing plenty of room for entertaining guests.
The lime green wall along with the stainless steel Wovin Wall gives this home office a wow factor. The wall sconces incorporated all the colors in the space enough to be noticed but not intrusive. The blue suede seating completed this look.
Globes, uniquely displayed on the wall, are a funky touch in this eclectic game room. A traditional floor lamp combined with more modern patterns create an individual style characteristic of eclectic design.
Because it’s often an entertaining focal point, the style of the wet bar is particularly important. Says designer Robin Baron of this glamorous example: "Even a wet bar needs accessorizing. Textured walls along a sculptural and lit art installation create a great backdrop. Throw in a few key accessories that feel like they organically belong there, like decorative glasses and decanters, and you set the stage for fabulous entertaining."