This custom banquette seating provides a wonderful place to enjoy breakfast or sit with the family. Natural light illuminates the worn wood of the table and chairs, while a vintage floral shade hangs overhead when privacy is preferred.
Since this guest bedroom is so spacious, the designers were able to include a window seat and a built-in bookshelf in the far corner. At night, visitors can pull down the roman shade to enjoy the boho pattern and some privacy.
A tall gray headboard and floor-to-ceiling drapes emphasize the height of this bedroom featured on HGTV's Design Star. A small bench at the foot of bed offers extra seating, while a sprinkling of metallic fixtures add a hint of luxury to the space. The ice blue bedding tones down the warm neutral walls.
Soft bedding, cool hues and welcoming yellows create a wonderland perfect for a little girl. Though this fairytale bedroom suits a young girl, it's also one that's simple and classic enough to grow with for years to come.
A built-in daybed is perfect for cozying up with a good book. Roman window shades match the graphic, diamond-patterned seat cushion. Orange, red and gray pillows bring color to the neutral area. A basket of tennis balls, a basket golf balls and painting of a fox add a touch of whimsy to the space.
Blue cabinetry frames this inviting window seat and creates a monochromatic look over the space. A white roman shade compliments the bright, natural light of the window as it streams over the striped seat cushion and plush patterned pillows. A contemporary art fixture and bright floor rug add a peak of intrigue to the otherwise sweetly simple design.
The sink was left in its picturesque spot, centered in front of the windows. But a cheery graphic shade was added, as well as new window glazing and hardware that would complement the room's Tudor character.
This dressing table gets a picturesque position in front of the window. Sassy patterns energize the scene, from the striped shade to the hot pink chair seat. Even the blue waste bin gets in on the action.
“The living room can be a guest room, because we have an accessible bathroom and power blinds on all of the windows,” says HGTV Smart Home 2015 designer Linda Woodrum. “You can have complete privacy when you’re in this space.”
A new window treatment can dramatically change the look of the whole kitchen, especially if you pair it with just a single prominent accessory in the same color. Here, the red shade is complemented by a vase and bowls, but you could also harmonize with that shiny red toaster or sunny yellow stand mixer you’ve been eyeing. Shown is the Bali® Soft Roman Shade from Blinds.com; the fabric is Bazaar Off Broadway.