In the HGTV Dream Home 2014, guests are treated to a cozy, colorful retreat with designer details, including the bright orange four poster bed. An oversized clock and a desk used as a bedside table complete the look.
In this home's fourth bedroom, designers blended an elegant, neutral color palette with bold, teal accents for a pop of color. These two design elements combine with contrasting black details to create a space that is warm, bright and inviting for the homeowners and their guests.
As seen on Beach Flip, contestants Martha and Alex removed the stud half wall from the second floor hallway and installed a new wood railing with wrought iron balusters at the renovated Comfort Breeze condo.
A summer day in Palm Beach is brought into a bedroom with the banana leaf-inspired print, Brazilliance, by Dorothy Draper and bamboo-patterned canopy drapes. The room designed by Parker Kennedy was in a Southeastern Designer Showhouse.
This elegant guest bedroom features two matching beds with upholstered headboards, lush gray bedding and tufted contemporary benches. A gray shag area rug adds style underfoot, while metallic brown squares create an eye-catching accent wall behind the beds.
In contrast to the bright blue of the other guest room, this one this space was painted a clean, neutral color, while floral details add color and texture to the space. To help enhance the room's design, shapely mirrors were added to the walls for a bit of dimension.
Inspired by Lake Tahoe's brilliant fall colors, this eclectic guest room has anything visitors might need to feel pampered and special. Exposed beams and a high ceiling allow for the use of a dramatic four-poster bed. Delicate, sparkling chandeliers hang at the perfect height for task lighting.
Tones of metallic silver and gold create a space that's rich and elegant. Materials mix to bring nuance and depth -- from the blown-glass lamp to the upholstered, hammered headboard and the scrollwork wallpaper.