The Greek key pattern trimming the sofa and covering the armchair brings pizzazz to this traditional living room. Peach-hued walls and two windows help create a bright, cheery atmosphere, and blue and green throw pillows add a touch of contrasting color.
A rustic wooden table combined with iconic (and nearly invisible) Louis Ghost Chairs creates an interesting mix of textures in this penthouse dining room. Design by HGTV Star contestant Tylor Devereaux
This look from the front door of the home shows the show-stopping view visitors enjoy when they first step inside HGTV Dream Home 2019, with both the great room and beauty of nature outside center stage.
This neutral living room features pops of vibrant orange color, as seen in the sofa pillows and upholstered armchairs. A dark brown accent wall encases the fireplace, while white built-in bookshelves are positioned on either side. A multicolored area rug adds a lively finishing touch.
A long, dark orange wall adds color to this long, open design without overpowering the space. A soft gray sofa and matching armchair provide cozy seating, while the floral throw pillows echo the orange hue. A glass coffee table adds a lighter, shinier detail to the design and fits well with the large mirror propped on the wall.
Much of the home's main living quarters have an open concept design broken up by a charming red brick chimney with fireplaces on either side. Here, that's demonstrated with a sitting room and the kitchen.
These stunning chairs with custom faux bois upholstery designed by Julianne Taylor are, unfortunately, no longer in production. But they perfectly suit Taylor's Asian-influenced and color-infused living room.
This stunning view from the kitchen to the dining room and the lounge area of the great room shows the consistent color scheme and coordinated look for these main indoor living spaces of this lodge-style retreat.
This transitional living room features peach-hued walls paired wit medium grain wood trim. A pink velvet ottoman sits at the center of the room, while two cherry wood U-shaped chairs are positioned nearby. The striped curtains and vibrant pink floral arrangements add colorful accents.
The interior of the custom media cabinetry pops with bright orange paint and accent lighting. The use of orange throughout the media room was inspired by Benjamin Anderson's "Stingray" painting, chosen to honor the homeowners' love of cycling.