Chic Makeovers From Room Crashers

Designer Todd Davis transforms an outdated bedroom and patio into chic, stylish spaces perfect for relaxing.

Red Bedroom

Before: A Red Nightmare

The mismatched furniture and outdated carpet add no style to this master bedroom. The overabundance of red brings no dimension to the space, and the draperies make the space feel dark and enclosed.

Gray Bedroom

After: Luxurious Indoor and Outdoor Retreat

The wood grain tile flooring in the bedroom and outdoor patio connects the two spaces. The fabric platform bed is set against fabric wall panels for a luxurious look, and the outdoor seating area has hidden storage compartments inside the stylish columns. The red outdoor pillows give the room a minimal yet dramatic splash of color.

Dining Room

Before: Bulky Stone Fireplace

An unsightly stone fireplace divides the dining room from the living room, and the lack of decor and color makes the dining area an uninviting space to entertain guests.

Dining room

After: Moroccan Upgrade

The new modern fireplace allows the two spaces to flow seamlessly. The vibrant seat cushions counterbalance the warm blue dining room wall and gold Moroccan fireplace, while the white window treatments anchor the space.

Before living room

Before: Living Room Chaos

The assortment of items in this living room makes the space too busy and chaotic. The small space needs minimal furniture with maximum style.

Living room

After: Moroccan Lounge

The black sectional gives plenty of seating while maintaining an open space. The bold patterned pillows and faux fur rug add texture, and the black shelving on the wall brings organization and an artistic flair to the space.

Outdated living room

Before: Outdated Wood Wall Paneling

The wood wall paneling makes this den feel dark and confined. The tiny stained-glass windows don't allow for any natural light, and the mismatched shelving is an eyesore.

Green living room

After: Modern Cottage Living Room

A complete renovation gives the living room an open, refreshing feel that's great for relaxing. The large windows replace the small stained-glass windows, and the white bookshelves convey a lighthearted atmosphere. The lime green sofa, zebra print area rug and wall treatment bring whimsy to the space.

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