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.
This colorful eclectic kitchen, designed by HGTV Design Star contestant Jason Champion, features warm wood cabinetry, marble countertops, caned barstools and colorful Moroccan pendant lights. The narrow kitchen island provides a handy prep serving area.
Hilari Younger took charge of finding a sofa, and she delivered with a comfortable, contemporary couch that's big enough for a crowd, as seen on HGTV Design Star season 7.
Black side tables and a black bed frame anchors the vibrant red and yellow andes in the duvet and lamps. A matching serving tray makes a cozy breakfast in bed easy.
"The eclectic contrast of color, pattern, even the mix of modern and traditional, gives this apartment character, personality and soul," said HGTV Design Star judge Candice Olson. The split wall is painted with a light blue on top and a darker turquoise on bottom. The plush red, pillow-like coffee table is a unique piece that highlights the room's red accents. The brown and white area rug brings a larger floral pattern to the room of solids.
A quaint dining room features a hanging cube lamp decorated with butterflies. The dining table has chairs on one side and a bench on the other, providing seating for multiple people.
Striped duvet covers in citron and white contrast beautifully against the blue walls in the guest bedroom of the HGTV Design Star season seven cast house.
A pair of plush-topped ottomans emphasize the red flecks in the patterned carpet in this transitional living room while a neutral tufted sofa keeps the space from looking too over the top.
For the dining room challenge on HGTV Design Star season 5, Emily Henderson and Michael Moeller design a space completely out of repurposed furnishings. They paint the ceiling a bright green to create an "intentional explosion" of color, and for her project, Emily attaches plastic flowers to a chandelier and paints the entire piece a crisp white.
Rachel wants the back wall of this kitchen, seen on Season 7 of HGTV's Design Star, to have visual impact, so the designers leave it free of cabinetry. But to judge Genevieve Gorder, it's too big of an impact. "Because this wall is completely naked, it's a punch in the face...it's incredibly busy," she says.
An intricate paint job creates the illusion of molding in this brightly colored dining room. The glass-top dining table is set with a simple white runner and metallic candlesticks.
A small island with a butcher-block top grounds this cottage kitchen. The table under the window, surrounded by a built-in banquette, offers seating and more work area. Milk glass pendants, gold curtains and a brass colander add warmth to the design.
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.
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