HGTV Design Star contestant Blanche Garcia wanted the main living space in this New Jersey bachelor pad to feel young, vibrant and fun for when the homeowner is entertaining friends. She creates a focal wall of burnt orange. To bring a little New York City into the design, Garcia commissions artwork by a graffiti artist for the living room.
From expansive glass block windows to a custom fixture the design team dubbed "Daddy Long Legs," this modern-eclectic stairway is filled with light and interest. A corrugated metal ceiling provides a cool contrast to the warm, textured walls. The team also custom designed the railing using pipe and mesh.
This colorful bedroom features a deep blue accent wall paired with a brown and neutral floral wallpaper on the connecting wall. The bed incorporates a blend of blue and orange tones, including the orange piping on the upholstered headboard. White framed photos hang from the ceiling using clear string.
The bright orange wall color catches the eye in this stylish kitchen design. Stainless steel appliances, a white subway tile backsplash and the pop of bright color give the space a modern look, countered in style with reclaimed wood cabinetry and natural wood-finish floating shelves.
This contemporary home office combines style, comfort and function. A chrome and glass desk takes center stage, while a flokati rugs adds softness to the space. A vintage Lucite bookcase adds to the modern feel and provides open storage.
This modern living room features white walls with a striking orange ceiling, wood and iron desk with upholstered chair, contemporary rug, modern art and lighting, and white and orange ombre window treatments.
This modern kitchen uses a bright, bold color palette alongside eye-catching angles to make the space a functional work of art. A kitchen island with a walk-up bar centralizes the aesthetic, while opaque cabinet doors give the cabinetry a sleek update.