Bathroom is Made Bold By Green Geometric Tile, Floating Vanity
What was previously a pink-tiled bathroom with a mint-colored tub is completely transformed thanks to geometric green tile adorning the wall and a contrasting floating vanity. The layout was kept the same during the renovation, minimizing the number of expensive alterations needed for the space.
Designer Kenneth Brown added shimmery olive green window treatments to make a dramatic statement against this bedroom's pale green walls and white floor. The gold- and beige-toned bedding was given a warm dose of color with an aubergine throw and copper accent pillows.
Contemporary Kitchen with Stainless Steel Appliances
Stackable stools and a hanging pot rack create extra space in this contemporary kitchen. The graphic lines of the glass tile backsplash are mirrored in the modern, glass fronted cabinets while the reclaimed wood table lends a rustic edge.
To avoid having a kids' room design that doesn't flow with the rest of the home, consider the colors used in the surrounding areas. In this home, the girls' bedroom is given a tropical palette that works harmoniously with the autumnal colors of the home's common areas.
Seafoam green pairs with black, white and gold accents to create this fab tween girl's bathroom. Inspired by Kate Spade, the bathroom features a stylish black and white vanity with a smooth, white countertop and golden faucet. Seafoam green penny tiles cover the entire wall behind the vanity and carry over to the striped design of the shower.
A vivid green accent wall teamed with midcentury-modern-inspired chairs and a bold shag rug give this previously bland apartment both style and definition. A Noguchi coffee table mimics the curved lines of the bookcases, and custom drapery panels hide functional but unattractive vertical blinds. All elements in the space can be easily removed or replaced when the client, a renter, moves out.
HGTV's Undercover Cousins Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri updated this living room with a modern retro design. Bold walls pop against a black and white area rug, while low-slung furniture rounds out the sitting area.