Glee creator Ian Brennan's living room was redesigned by HGTV Design Star winner Emily Henderson, as seen on HGTV's Secrets From A Stylist. For the bungalow's decorative makeover, Emily deliberately combined three distinct design styles to reflect Ian's personality. Starting with a '30s masculine look that she's calling "FDR Chic," she then layers two more styles: a fun '60s element called "British Invasion Mod," and furnishings from Ian's travels called "Backpacker Traveler."
HGTV Design Star winner Emily Henderson redesigns Glee creator Ian Brennan's home, as seen on HGTV's Secrets From A Stylist. White and gray walls, a cheery yellow duvet and a bright chandelier keep the new guest bedroom nook from feeling cramped.
This living room combines styles into an eclectic collection of color. A pair of armchairs in gold velvet and a teal blue sofa provide a depth of color in the space. A fireplace with herringbone pattern tile surround and a crystal chandelier provide dual focal points.
This fun green bedroom utilizes an old dressing screen with a gold peacocks motif as an interesting headboard. White bed linens keep the focus on the unique headboard, and an antique chest at the foot of the bed provides extra storage.
A bright-colored bed is nestled neatly in a small nook with a gold chandelier. Gray and white accent pillows on the bed complement the bold-patterned wallpaper. Patterned bedding in a mustard color offsets the neutrals in the space and provides a pop of color to bring life to this small space.
Add a touch of whimsy to a midcentury modern living space with purple walls. This otherwise neutral palette utilizes geometric patterns and midcentury furniture to create a relaxing living space.
The orange wallpaper accent wall adds warmth and texture to this eclectic living space. An exposed brick wall and factory cart coffee table lend an industrial vibe to the room, while a white shag rug grounds the colorful space.
As seen on HGTV's Secrets From a Stylist, a more refined wood table and blue upholstered captain's chair tone down the '50s vibe from host Emily Henderson's first makeover of this space. The room still features plenty of kitsch with DIY chandeliers made out of socket splitters and a fun centerpiece of salvaged architectural and design elements. Instead of buying one huge, expensive area rug, Emily saved money by buying three smaller area rugs and laying them next to each other.
This stylish living room features a midcentury modern coffee table, blue Moroccan rug, gold ottoman and vase of white flowers, creating a balance of masculine and feminine design.
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