To bring style to the small powder room space, designers installed a light, textured wood vanity and a smooth, white countertop with a deep sink. Then, they covered the wall with an elegant, neutral patterned gray and white wallpaper and finished off the pace with gold backed sconces.
This small wet bar features rich woods with custom cabinetry for storage space. A recycled gray grasscloth wall serves as a background for bold, bright abstract art. In the seating area, leather chairs sit upon a soft and luxurious hide rug. A small table of black granite and brass provides a convenient spot for placing drinks.
A white bench is dressed up with a throw pillow featuring a multicolored fish on this Hamptons-inspired backyard patio. The patio offers a great spot for relaxing at the base of California's San Gabriel Mountains.
Contemporary textiles blend with the traditional lines of a warm wood TV console and glass-topped coffee table in this bright and airy transitional living room. A potted plant placed near the extra-tall windows helps pull the outdoors in and draws the eye to the beautiful outdoor scenery.
Turn your powder room vanity into a chic focal point by installing tile from the counter to the ceiling. This will instantly add architecture and also make the vanity area feel larger and more elaborate.
This bedroom blends rustic wood pieces with romantic florals and a tailored headboard for a look that's both comfortable and sophisticated. Tall, narrow mirrors propped on the nightstands visually add height to the space.
A pair of blue armchairs with overstuffed pillows flank a simple glass-topped side table in this masculine living room. Cowhide poufs provide a place to prop up feet as well as extra seating. Blue-striped curtains tie the look together.
This pint-sized entrance leads the way from the children's cove to the family room in HGTV Dream Home 2012. The "secret" children's getaway features a striped wall treatment, creating a fun colorful area for the kids to play.
For this barbeque countertop, designer Scott Cohen of The Green Scene had it hand-seeded with a variety of colored glass. The countertop comes alive at night when fiber-optic cables attached to glass pieces throughout create a glittering, glowing effect.
The dining room and sitting area connect, creating an open living area for the family. A gray area rug ground the seating area, which combines a black leather sofa with cozy armchairs and a tufted leather bench.