This living and dining room combo features cool blue-green walls, a white brick fireplace and a neutral sectional in the seating area. A round table and a pendant light fixture complete the dining space.
A simple bedroom is designed on HGTV Design Star using a brown-and-blue color palette. A chandelier and canopy hang over a twin bed, which is flanked by two matching nightstands.
This dining room features a vintage cabinet with bamboo detail, blue and white chevron chairs, tulip table, and a pendant light that recalls a birdcage. On the wall, framed bird-motif wallpaper panels complete the eclectic look that has undeniable French influences.
Seen on HGTV's Design Star season 7, Kris Swift and Bex Hale create a bold bedroom with multiple seating areas—but perhaps it's too bold? "I'm trying to make sense of it with my eyeballs," judge Genevieve Gorder quips as she enters the room. "They chose a really tough color."
Eclectic and stylish, this living room is grounded by a zebra-print area rug. Fun accents, like a black-and-white chandelier and faux moose taxidermy, bring playfulness into the space.
This colorful bedroom features bright walls and pops of color in the furniture and bedding. A tall custom desk, painted hot pink, between twin beds also functions as a nightstand
This living room designed by HGTV Design Star contestant Trent Hultgren shows how to mix geometric patterns using the room's accessories while keeping the main furniture piece solid. A dark gray sofa and jet black coffee table ensure the different patterns don't clash.
A round pink ottoman and lounger with graceful lines soften the square edges in this living room. A masterful paint job creates the illusion of molding on the walls, which adds a formal air to the contemporary space. Bold artwork and textiles complete the colorful look.
As seen on HGTV's Deserving Design, host Vern Yip's color choices of blues and neutrals in this little boy's nursery can last for years to come. We especially like the multiple hot air balloons hung from the ceiling, which add stimulation for the baby while adding a whimsical touch.
On season seven of HGTV Design Star, contestant Danielle Colding swapped the Keller family's extra-large, extra-bulky sofa for a sleeker model that's still large enough to seat the whole family.
HGTV Design Star judge Genevieve Gorder says, "Compositionally, I think the room is scaled appropriately — there's room to move, I know what I'm supposed to do in here and the asymmetry is working organically for me."
A sectional divides this open living space while a solid brick wall adds rugged visual interest that complements the hardwood floors.
Kathy Griffin wants a work area for Team Griffin, her three full-time employees, that also incorporates her love of modern Zen style. On season four of HGTV Design Star, contestant Antonio uses a fresh shade of purple to lighten the space and add innovative touches like a huge map of the United States for Kathy to map out her tour dates.
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