Incorporating soft pinks and pastel greens, this dining room feels open and full of natural light. The custom pink table seats eight and was inspired by a Chanel piece. Two crystal chandeliers hang above the table, adding elegance and sophistication to the fun, feminine space.
In addition to a comfortable siting area, complete with two armchairs and a tufted ottoman, this master bedroom boasts a sewing station. Desk drawers with detailed mesh fronts speak to the built-ins nearby.
Horseshoes, saddles and cowboy attire decorate this transitional boy's nursery. Traditional white furnishings keep the space from feeling too dark and overly masculine. Designed by Emily Mackie of Inspired Interiors.
"Colorful produce is a fragrant and easy way to add style to the entry," stylist Matthew Mead says. "Inexpensive fruits like green apples, tangelos and lemons" add interest everywhere, from centerpieces to the staircase, and create engaging focal points, he says. "Berries and sprigs of evergreen add a festive touch." Photo courtesy of Matthew Mead
This roomy gray pantry features white floor-to-ceiling shelves, hardwood floors and bench seats. A green area rug adds a pop of color, while a small window allows natural light to illuminate the space.
Furniture-style cabinetry makes a bold statement in this dark green kitchen. The sturdy cabinet features create a visually interesting space while still retaining a simple elegance. Stainless steel appliances complement the gray countertops, and a pantry area features bright white double doors.
Plush carpet and a sofa covered with faux chinchilla fur add to the 1970s retreat-like feel in the master bedroom at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. Designer Will Wick worked to balance the home's traditional design elements, such as the marble fireplace, with modern pieces to make the space feel especially livable.
Various shades of green, including chartreuse and lime, plus a white sofa and accents work to create a clean, calming environment. A large mirror opens up the living room, making it feel like a larger space.
To add some variation to the guest bath, the designers chose a chartreuse green tile color for the shower space and paint color for the sink room. For some warmth and age, barn board was used on the ceiling, and a local maker built the cart that serves as the vanity.
A pop of light turquoise coordinates so well with the chartreuse. Above the faucets are bypassing medicine cabinets that also have electrical in them, hiding toiletries and adding more storage.
The key to a well-designed space is purposeful layering of colors, textures and patterns. The rug, duvet and blankets vary in size and are carefully balanced in the same color palette of blues and grays. Not a single hue is used twice, yet the overall effect is a well-collected, matching look.
A little color goes a long way in the great room of the 2013 HGTV Dream Home. Lime green walls are toned down with neutral accents and generous portions of white walls. Texture and prints are introduced through patterned armchairs, a striped rug and the rustic hanging above the fireplace.
White crown molding and wainscoting give an air of formality to this sage green dining room. A neutral area rug ties together the transitional beige chairs and cream window panels, while dark hardwood floors ground the space.