What's the Design Plan for HGTV Dream Home 2020?

From charming furnishings to nautical accessories, see what interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn has in store for this island escape.

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Photo By: Brian Patrick Flynn

Photo By: Brian Patrick Flynn

Photo By: Brian Patrick Flynn

Photo By: Brian Patrick Flynn

Photo By: Brian Patrick Flynn

Photo By: Brian Patrick Flynn

Photo By: Brian Patrick Flynn

Photo By: Brian Patrick Flynn

Photo By: Brian Patrick Flynn

Photo By: Brian Patrick Flynn

Photo By: Brian Patrick Flynn

Photo By: Brian Patrick Flynn

A Lovely Hello

Old World appeal with an updated twist, the entryway is a welcomed greeting. Traditional lines combine with distressed finishes for a casual yet classic design. The crowning jewel is a two-tiered chandelier that has an old-fashioned shape but gets a jolt of the modern age with its chrome finish.

Perfect Pairing

Timeless blue and white combine for a coastal kitchen that's airy and bright. The cool and calm palette evokes the feeling of sea and sky to create a look that never goes out of style.

Get Cozy Outdoors

All-white cushions on black frames set the scene for a contrasting porch off the kitchen. Pillows in shades of blue bring the kitchen's hue outside and add delightful notes of color to the abundance of white.

Full of Texture

Taking a nod from island life, the dining room embraces organic elements — from the woven chairs and seashell mirror to the wood bead chandelier. Potted plants not only add life to the space but they also bring in a touch of the tropics.

Waterside Dining

Taking a more contemporary edge, the dining room porch leans into clean lines and angles, particularly on the ceiling fan and square planters. Lightness finds its way into the space through clean white furnishings and accessories draw in a hint of blue.

The Comfiest of Hangouts

Warm neutrals make for an inviting gathering space and also ensure a time-honored aesthetic. Soft sage greens, grays and taupes deliver an earthy color scheme that reflects the home's natural surroundings.

Made for Fun

Deep browns add much-needed warmth to the multi-purpose room, which is a comfortable living space for the family, entertaining and playing games. Furniture is chosen with functional and style in mind and all with a little tropical flair.

A Touch of Nautical

Though the master bedroom relies on a trusty neutral backdrop through light wood furniture, cane-backed chairs and a natural-fiber rug, it gets a healthy dose of brilliant coral in its bedding and accessories.

Extended Living Space

Completely comfortable, this porch off the master bedroom features sofas (with slipcovers for easy cleaning), rope-detailed armchairs and a whitewashed coffee table. Pillows in light blue and coral echo elements from the sleeping quarters and continues the palette of the sea.

A Study in Green

Breaking away from the soothing color scheme throughout the rest of the house, the second bedroom injects a little playful trendiness. The palm-covered bed makes for a grand statement and is balanced by neutrals and whites.

Hard-to-Beat Colors

Our tried-and-true color scheme comes back to rest in this beautifully blue bedroom. Mixing a variety of patterns — stripes, geometrics, paisley, quilted and solids — makes for an eye-catching display.

Relax in Luxury

Sitting poolside never looked so good. Classic Adirondack chairs are ideal for conversing and sipping a cocktail while the sun goes down. A combination of blue and white accessories ties the outdoor area into the home's design.