With clean lines and plenty of clever storage, the HGTV HOME Voyage dresser in this kid's bedroom includes a flip-down media drawer for cable box or components, jewelry tray and cedar-lined bottom drawers.
Keep the elements in mind when designing for the outdoors. A large awning covers this deck to make the southern-exposed backyard more comfortable during the day, while a tall patinated copper water feature provides a soothing sound to block any outside noises. Plantings are layered to blend into the slope, allowing the property to feel larger.
The exterior roofline creates a gabled ceiling in the master bedroom of HGTV Green Home 2010, punctuated by bold colors and feminine touches. The four-poster bed, which carpenter David Brown crafted from old doors purchased at Habitat for Humanity, is dressed in a collection of mod pillows and organic cotton sateen sheets, block-printed by hand.
A round dining room table is flanked by four chairs and positioned on top of a large, circular rug in this open dining area. Wood ceiling beams complement the dark wood cabinetry and floors, while a light-colored backsplash and dining chairs break up the dark palette.
In this bedroom, a plush tufted headboard is framed with rich wood to create a dynamic juxtaposition above the bed. The bold brown and white color combo is carried throughout the room, from the linens and pillows to the nightstand and lamp.
What this bathroom lacks in space, it makes up for in style. A white trough sink sits atop a sleek black vanity with a granite countertop. The glass shower door helps the space feel open while revealing a neutral tile surround.
A top trick by designers for making a living space feel more homey is adding a fun rug to the flooring, even when you already have carpet. You don't have to spend hundreds or thousands of dollars on an area or antique rug to fill the entire space. Instead, look for one in a pattern that adds pizzazz, like this cowhide rug that designer Michelle Mentzer with Miles Design Group in metro Atlanta picked up at Ikea. She also got the pictures of landscape art and the chevron and plush accent pillows on a discount at HomeGoods.
As seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation, homeowners Matthew and Christina Eason, with the help of designer Tracy McCormick, turned the master bedroom suite of their Moorpark, California, home into a spacious retreat with a calm, neutral palette.
A sleek dresser that doubles as storage and a buffet area for entertaining is nestled into the arched niche in this dining room. Artwork featuring an oversized trellis pattern adds a splash of color to the space.
Just off the master bedroom in the 2014 HGTV Dream Home is this artfully decorated sitting room. Red velvet armchairs with graceful lines cozy up to a sleek modern fireplace, while a neutral rug helps to lighten the dark trim and hardwood floor. Coordinating throw pillows and drapes keep the look unified yet relaxed.
The corner of this transitional living room is a comfortable spot for reading and relaxing. The white slipcovered armchair promotes the colors of the dining room and works well with the built-in bench and introduces a cottage-style element in the room.