The hot pink desk, antelope head and parrot pillow provide a great contrast to the royal blue walls in this contemporary teen bedroom. A yellow and white horizontal striped comforter adds another layer of 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.
Tufted linen upholstery adds a soft touch to this industrial vintage study, as seen on HGTV Design Star. The reclaimed pine cabinet is illuminated by an iron cage chandelier.
HGTV's "Design Star" judge Vern Yip says, "The warmth, texture and comfortable familiarity associated with the French bread that Casey chose as her inspiration are clearly telegraphed in the backsplash, flooring and countertops throughout the kitchen. Even the wall color suggests Casey's influence. There is no question that Casey understands how to translate her inspiration into the design of a space."
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.
This rental kitchen has sunlight flooding in, so HGTV Design Star contestant Jordan Cappella went with a dark, monochromatic gray paint for the cabinets to create a huge impact. It can easily be painted back to white when the tenant leaves.
"The mirrored doors above the fireplace add depth and interest on their own; the fact that they conceal the TV is a bonus," says designer Vern Yip. "The severe lines of the shutters are softened by simple drapery panels that also help frame the large sectional.
For the final challenge of HGTV Design Star season seven, contestant Britany gave this once design-less living room a makeover. Her placing of the sectional in the center of the room — rather than against the far wall — puts loungers close enough to watch TV or feel the fire's heat.
This modern gray bedroom features lime green artwork that acts as a unique headboard and blue and green coordinating accessories on the bed and nightstands.
The faux treatment on this powder room's walls give it the look of a 17th-century French chateau. Simple techniques and unique accessories can give your half bath the royal treatment — even if you live in an apartment in Cleveland.
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