HGTV's Design Star Team Creates a Shabby Chic Suite with Help From Sara Evans
The designers' challenge is to transform two undecorated suites in the Gaylord Opryland Resort with help from country superstar Sara Evans, who favors a romantic, easy, light-filled and eclectic aesthetic.
Hide CaptionShow CaptionIn this hotel suite makeover, the team selects a pale wall color with a green tone to easily brighten and soften the room. The cozy and comfortable seating area conveys a casually feminine tone to convey the "shabby chic" style.
The trio starts off with major foundation pieces, such as the pair of cream-colored slip-covered sofas that anchor the middle of the room. The cozy and comfortable central seating area, where folks can stretch out amongst over-stuffed floral pillows, conveys a casually feminine tone. The team also wisely selects a pale wall color with a green tone to easily brighten and soften the room. I'm not a fan of placing seating in a way that necessitates turning your head to watch the television, which is the case with the seating area, but this point is minor when viewed in the context of the overall transformation.