A bold orange accent wall balances light gray walls and bright white bedding. New hardwood flooring and a modern ceiling fan complete the look, as seen on HGTV's "Flipping the Block."
An updated window and white wooden blinds create privacy, seamlessly. Whitney Spinks created a fun herringbone design in varying shades of turquoise to dress up the wall for a tiny price.
As seen on HGTV's Flipping the Block, husband and wife team John and Whitney Spinks created a midcentury modern retreat in their master bedroom in Glendale, Calif. They chose a bright white paint and then stenciled a herringbone pattern in graduated shades of aquamarine on two walls. Yellow chevron curtains provide contrast and additional pattern.
Adding a wood and wrought iron railing allows the condo's buyer to adapt the decor to both traditional or modern tastes, as seen on HGTV's "Flipping the Block." Sisters Anicka Marshall and Shauna Williams kept the original, pebble-tile stair risers for added character but used bold color to bring the space to life.
HGTV judge Scott McGillivray pauses in the master bedroom of challenge winners and Red Team sisters Anicka Marshall and Shauna Williams, who transformed Unit A's master bedroom with rotted floors and crumbling walls into a relaxing oasis, as seen on HGTV and DIY Networks's Flipping the Block.
A storage sideboard fills the wall between the kitchen and dining area, offering space for media storage, shoes and more. An original painting by one of the room's designers, Shauna Williams, creates a high-end, art gallery feel, as seen on HGTV's "Flipping the Block."
As seen on HGTV's Flipping the Block, Amanda Marks and her boyfriend Curtis Goldin installed custom wainscoting around the master bedroom, creating cozy cottage vibe. Teal paint and crown molding complete the walls, while layered textiles in an array of graphic patterns adorn the room.
An oversized chandelier is the centerpiece of the living room, illuminating the cozy cream-colored sofa and gray armchairs. A wooden header in the doorway between the living room and kitchen visually links the two spaces.
As seen on HGTV's "Flipping the Block," kitchen cabinets on one side of the space opens up the kitchen and creates space for a freestanding dish storage and work table unit.
A black-and-white chevron rug grounds the living room seating area, which includes two comfy armchairs and a cream-colored, tufted sofa. Orange draperies create privacy and add color without blocking sunlight in this living room on HGTV's "Flipping the Block."
As seen on HGTV's "Flipping the Block," Anicka Marshall and Shauna Williams swapped the original door for a smaller model, creating a walk-in closet and more wall space for furniture.
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