A modern console table forms the base of a lovely, symmetrical vignette in this eclectic dining room. The white and blue printed curtain ties in with the modern lamps, while an ornate mirror draws the eye to create a focal point for the space.
High ceilings do wonders for a living room. The room's height allows ample wall space for lots of fun artwork. While the room is anchored by white sofas and an area rug, the space is brought to life by the wall art, accent pillows, lampshades and a blue chair.
Though understated, white linens are a smart choice for the master bedroom, allowing the owners to easily switch out their accessories with new seasons. Right now, blue and indigo pillows are oh-so-in and keep the space cool for the summer.
"Just because it's a masculine room doesn't mean the bed has to be boring," says Genevieve Gorder, judge for HGTV Design Star commenting on the Girls' team bedroom design. "Add some dimension with a headboard so we don't feel like we're in college."
This traditional white tile shower features a blue patterned accent trim near the large mounted shower head. The white tile extends from the ceiling to the white bathtub. A small indented cubby provides built-in storage for soap and other bath accessories.
Designers wanted to create a space that could grow with its eight year old owner, so they chose to create a focal point with blue and white watercolor flower wallpaper. This choice is whimsical enough for a child, but is sophisticated enough to appeal to a young lady.
A white sleigh crib, comfy rug and overstuffed armchair are the main attractions in this white nursery. Hints of blue and olive break up the neutral color palette and create a fresh, inviting space for either a baby girl or boy.
The original kitchen of this home was dark, with next to no natural light, and closed off from the living room. During the renovation, the location of the kitchen was moved to be in the center of the house and walls taken down to create an open plan layout.
The white walls and ceiling keep this kitchen bright and open, while exposed beams add texture and provide a break in the stark coloring. Blue barstools pop against the white island countertop and cabinets. Black perimeter countertops provide natural separation in the room.