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San Francisco Second Home

Designer Regan Baker created a modern, no-fuss second home for busy clients. She dressed up a white palette with smart pops of color, textured walls and an open-concept layout.

Family Beach Home With Colorful Accessories

Chango & Co. redesigned a beach house for repeat customers with an eye on creating a fun, creative family environment through the use of bright colors, playful patterns and soothing textures.

Inside Clinton Kelly's Miami Home

Stylist and TV host Clinton Kelly showed HGTV Magazine around his stylish home‚ proving there’s only one decorating rule to follow: Trust your gut!

Minimalist Modern Home With Breathtaking Views of Los Angeles

Dunn Architecture Studio makes the most of their client's site with spectacular views of the Los Angeles Basin. The minimalist-modern home makes it easy to enjoy indoor-outdoor living year-round.

Creative Space Planning Maximizes Home Size on Narrow Lot

Exterior siding on the interior walls connects this modern home's inside to its outside. A neutral palette is highlighted by large, different-sized windows that fill the home with natural light and offer prime views.

Family-Friendly Home With Colorful Personality

To create the ideal home for a family of six, designer Jodi Morton of 2to5 Design drew on elements that reflected the family's colorful style. Thus, the home is infused with various blues and includes inspirational quotes, as well as a chalk wall in the playroom.

Tuscan-Inspired Home Designed for Mass Appeal

When creating a home for Homes by WestBay, Tampa, Fla.-based designer Don Sharp knew he had to design a space that made a strong style statement while feeling comfortable to potential buyers.

Light-Filled Home With Stone Walls and Unique Style

Contemporary and rustic combine to create this light-filled home's unique style. A neutral palette, natural materials both inside and out, and an open floor plan contribute to the airy, spacious feel.

Custom Craftsman Details Help New-Construction Home Fit Into Historic Neighborhood

Combining custom touches such as Craftsman millwork, salvaged wood and antique furnishings in thoughtful ways, Houston designer Jamie House helped a newly constructed home fit into a historic neighborhood -- without adding significantly to the cost.