Creative design solutions help to make the most of your space – whatever the size. In this room design from HGTV Design Star, a white modular bookshelf functions as a room divider with built-in storage in a small living room. The small acrylic coffee table doesn't weigh down the space, while a gray shag rug softens the parquet floors and adds subtle color.
“This room is fun, funky and feminine with great storage, an ingenious bed for sleeping, watching TV or talking to friends and a loveseat that any young girl would simply love,” says designer Vern Yip.
This neutral contemporary living room features a curved standing lamp, gray sofa and decorative, colorful sofa pillows. "Tom understands how to be inspired by something beyond its surface quality and creates a tailored and restrained elegance in the staging of his selected furniture and accessories in the exact same way a tulip is tailored and restrained," said Vern Yip, judge on HGTV Design Star.
The wires in this modern loft designed by HGTV Design Star contestant Michael Moeller were turned into unique wall art that serves the functional purpose of keeping the cord neat and off of the floor.
Tall ceilings expand this loft kitchen, creating a stunning modern space. Yellow and green walls add a pop of color to the earth tones in the flooring and cabinetry. Modern lighting dangles from the ceiling for added ambiance.
This stylish gray living room features a beige sectional, pair of chairs, round wood coffee table and a blue rug, adding depth to the space.
Inspired by classic damask patterning and the butterflies of central Texas, this holiday room highlights custom upholstery and encourages family gatherings and everyday entertaining.
Any small tyke would love the sweet surroundings of this nursery with its soft colors and eclectic furnishings. All the adornments that line the walls as well and the unusual ceiling mobile give the room a special sense of whimsy and fun.
As seen on HGTV Design Star, Bex Hale’s design in this dining room pays homage to this ranch's rich cultural heritage that spanned from Mexico to West Texas. The arches were created from limestone quarried locally and the floors were fashioned from reclaimed barn wood. The home showcases antiques that Bex hand-selected in South-Central Mexico and Northern Africa.
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