This family’s sunroom is so popular that it’s rendered the actual family room virtually unused. It is officially the family’s favorite place to hang out. The room actually just received what we like to call a “facelift” this past summer. The spacious sectional, motorized shades, art, tables, rug and pillows are all new additions. As a self-proclaimed texture fanatic, I added grasscloth to the ceiling just to get one more natural element into the room. For this family, I built a tone-on-tone foundation with lots of texture and added in color with pillows and accessories.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It Too, this kitchen gets a contemporary facelift with Jillian Harris's design. The sleek lines of the cabinets give the space a clean feel, while the chairs add a bit of personality to the space. The neutral colors of the walls, cabinetry and countertops give the space a light feel, and the pendant lights above the dining table add a little more personality to this neutral, classic space.
A burnt orange rug provides a jolt of color in this gallery white landing. The wall hanging by Phillips Collection is built from barrel tops, and with a bench beneath, the graphic lines of the vignette create a striking sitting area in this modern home.
In this light-hued hallway, artwork featuring a cool, contemporary home entry hangs above a sleek wood and metal console table topped with a black pillow. The pillow adds an element of surprise to the funky vignette and also provides stark contrast against the light walls.
"Existing in this condo was this strange alcove adjacent to the dining room," said designer Debbie Perez. "Knowing our clients love eclectic, reclaimed and funky things, we designed a custom dry bar to look like it was made from salvaged metal and old drawer pulls."
Teal Playroom Features Kid's Artwork, Small Table & Stools
The sky's the limit in this kids' playroom with walls painted to look like mountains. A small table and stools provide a perfect spot for creations and games of all kinds, and the blue-patterned rug mimics the angular peaks and valleys on the walls.
Bright White Entryway is Both Contemporary and Natural
Rustic meets contemporary in the glass and wood doors that lead into the living area. Gorgeous tall houseplants in modern white planters bring life to the entryway, while a hardwood inset adds warmth to the gray-and-white tiled floor.