Kiawah Island Dreamin’
This bright coastal twin suite pays homage to the 2013 Dream Home's Kiawah Island location. Turquoise, lime green and white create a vibrant color combo that still looks super-sophisticated.
Vintage-style matelassé coverlets and a traditional four-post bed feel modern with a lively color scheme and chic glass lamp. Dream Home designer Linda Woodrum originally designed the colorful space as a little girl's room, but the room can easily double as a classy guest suite simply by switching out decorative accents.
Calm and serene, the Dream Home 2013 guest room hosts a soft sea of neutrals with bold indigo pieces. Cozy bedding outfitted in paisley, lattice and stripes breaks up the soft gray and crisp white. Floor-to-ceiling drapes make the space feel taller.
Slumber Party Nook
The 2013 Dream Home also features a nook at the top of the staircase with custom poplar wood bunk beds, handcrafted by carpenter David Brown. A curtain rail embedded in the ceiling allows the area to be closed off – perfect for telling late-night scary stories in the dark at sleepovers!
A Walk on the Beach
With a soft palette of neutrals that includes splashes of cool tidal blue, the 2013 Dream Home master bedroom draws inspiration from Kiawah Island's sandy beaches. A canopy bed with Parson-style posters serves as a stunning focal point while a private deck provides picturesque views of the island's tidal marsh.
A Slice of Americana
This quaint 2012 Dream Home guest room celebrates America and the Old West with patriotic reds and blues mixed with iconic patterns. Gingham carpet, ticking-stripe curtains, a houndstooth loveseat and paisley bedding are all tied together by a deep blue. Red throw pillows and a barn-red Shaker-style pencil post bed balance the blues without taking away from the American flag wall art.
The 2012 Dream Home, situated just outside Park City, Utah, is a modern take on a rustic ranch. The master bedroom amps up the elegance with rich, nature-inspired colors, luxurious velvet and brocade bedding and a gilded European-style chandelier. Drapery placed in a niche behind the bed enhances the headboard and creates a cozy nook.
All About Balance
Symmetry makes this 2012 Dream Home guest bedroom feel peaceful and harmonious. Flowers and other natural elements draw from the home's riverfront location while layers of cozy linen add depth to the space. Antique-style details and soft blues stir memories of a bed-and-breakfast.
At-Home Ski Resort
The 2011 Dream Home, located in the snowy mountains of Stowe, Vt., is only a stone's throw from local ski attractions. Designer Linda Woodrum decided to go all out for the ski dorm, converting the space into a luxury at-home resort. A framed ski poster, white cedar logs and a pine ceiling add rustic quality without feeling too lodge-y. Eight beds dressed in quilted covers and fun throw pillows ensure there's room for the whole family.
A stone fire pit just outside the window provides inspiration for the 2012 Dream Home guest bedroom, giving it a completely different feel than the colorful ski dorm upstairs. Cool metals add shine to the muted colors and give the space an industrial feel that is balanced by contemporary furnishing and soft Italian linens.
Embedded in Style
Classy menswear fabrics dress up the 2011 Dream Home master bedroom. Cranberry-red walls give a bold color boost to an otherwise neutral palette while vintage poplar and walnut doors repurposed as pocket doors keep in line with the home's rustic charm.
Doggie Dream Home
The master bedroom also houses a miniature replica of none other than the 2011 Dream Home itself with room for two lucky pups, featuring padding upholstered in houndstooth fabric.
A Dramatic Entrance
Seventeen-foot-long curtains in a menswear fabric create a sky-high entrance for the master bathroom.
The 2010 Dream Home, a take on a pueblo in sunny Sandia Park, N.M., melds Southwestern and modern styles. The master suite features subtle touches of desert-inspired decor, fine-art photographs sourced from Madrid, N.M. and sage walls – another nod to the home's desert location. Frosted-glass barn doors separate the bedroom and the stunning spa-style bathroom.
How the Southwest Was Won
This vibrant kids' room in the 2010 Dream Home takes cues from Disney-Pixar's Toy Story. Custom Toy Story artwork signed by Pixar executives give the room an authentic feel while plenty of Western toys – including cowboy hats and a lasso – will have kids saving the Wild West time and time again.
No HGTV Dream Home is complete without a beautiful guest room, and the 2010 Dream Home goes above and beyond the call of duty with a detached casita. The bungalow wows with a colorful, sparkling glass mosaic tile covering the entire back wall. A clear glass shower enclosure extends the space, and light wood furnishing keeps the space from feeling too heavy.
Dream in Green
Flowing white drapes and a floor-to-ceiling canopy make the 2009 master bedroom a dream in green. Dark wood provides a rich contrast, and plush white bedding and furnishings soften the vivid green hue.
Retro Kids’ Room
Design Star 2 winner Kim Myles abandoned overdone pinks and blues for the kids' bedroom in the Dream Home 2009, opting for muted reds and blues. Her love of cool cars inspired her to mount a toy police car, shiny chrome wheel covers above each bed, and a chrome diamond plate-print border – an auto supply shop find. A mini bowling set, jacks and other retro toys keep the vintage theme going.
Deep Blue Seas
With an ocean-blue ceiling and walls, this breezy kids' bedroom takes after the 2008 Dream Home's Florida Keys location. Blue and white stripes in the bedskirt, wicker chairs, flowing canopy and curtains add a playful pattern and break up all the solids. Snapper Pinky Cotton Candy, a painting by local artist Stacie Krupa, gives the space a vivid burst of color.
This coastal master bedroom in the 2008 Dream Home creates a calm feeling with simple furnishings and a creamy color palette that mimics the ocean waves. A panel of checkered drapery shows off the antique sleigh bed and accentuates the room's high ceiling.
Room With a View
The 2007 Dream Home master bedroom offers an open sitting area inside and out, providing striking views of the Rocky Mountains. A mix of textures and a simple blend of creams and browns evoke a cozy cabin feel.
Knotty furniture and faux-wood wall paper turn this bunk room in the 2007 Dream Home into a playful retreat for guests both young and old. The Winter Park, Colo., home keeps its Craftsman style authentic with handcrafted wooden bunk beds made from tree branches.
The upstairs bedroom of the 2006 Dream Home will make any guest feel as if they're part of the sky. The airy guest bedroom draws inspiration from the gorgeous North Carolina Blue Ridge Mountains right outside. Cornice boards with sheer drapes create a cloudlike feel while colorful art found in an Atlanta folk store add a color splash.
Room for One More
The 2006 Dream Home bunk room makes clever use of its high ceilings with a fifth bright red bunk tucked right underneath the peaked ceiling. A rolling library ladder provides easy access to the sky-high bed.
Designer Linda Woodrum compared the 2006 Dream Home master bedroom to being inside a sunflower, and it's no wonder: yellow and brown accents fill this quaint space with a warm golden glow, stirring memories of lazy summer days.
A Home Away From Dream Home
The 2005 Texas Dream Home features a separate dock house that makes taking a vacation a simple stroll through the yard. This serene bedroom, outfitted in light wood-plank walls and simple furnishings, provides stunning views of the lake, creating the perfect romantic getaway.
Nestled in St. Mary's, Ga., the 2004 Dream Home is a take on a classic Victorian home. The master bedroom exudes French country style with a traditional four-poster rice bed and cushy light blue accents, keeping the space simple yet elegant.