An oceanfront apartment is full of color and personality thanks to the Carter Design team. With a focus on the owner's art collection, the design emphasizes an open floor plan, natural materials and the spectacular views just outside.
Designer Alison Damonte turned this mountain hideaway into a modern retreat, complete with stylish bunk beds and pet friendly furniture.
PHX Architecture and Kim Scodro collaborate to bring a bright, fresh look to Southwestern style in this award-winning Scottsdale, Ariz., home.
Inspired by Peter Rabbit, this boy's nursery is full of elegant custom touches. Designer Stephanie Avila used teal in the curtains and rug to liven up the neutral palette, with a custom mural dressing up the wall behind the crib. The drapery over the crib adds a classic touch, as does the oversized antique mirror behind the settee.
See how architect Chris Light and designer Ohara Davies-Gaetano used an open layout, soaring windows, warm wood finishes and coastal fossils to make this beach house in sunny Dana Point, Calif., feel like a beautiful Balinese villa.
See how designer Joe Human took cues from his client's custom pop art collection to transform a stark white condo near Washington Square Park into a colorful, wildly whimsical bachelor pad with eclectic elements.
Kerrie Kelly and team designed this timeless space for a bachelorette looking to have a realxing Napa Valley getaway.
A white farmhouse is given a coastal sensibility through the use of texture in furnishings and wall coverings, eye-catching fabrics and colorful artwork. The home's open floor plan offers plenty of space for entertaining and opens up to bring the outdoors in.
The Butter Lutz team designed this family home and infused it with color, giving the space its own personiality and youthful pizzaz.
See how interior designer Raegan Ford layered neutral furnishings, patterned accents and hints of color to create a sophisticated family home for a client in Paradise Valley, Ariz.
Exposed brick walls, stainless steel countertops and reclaimed railroad ties give this family-friendly NYC loft an industrial style. Lauren Rubin Architecture made sure the loft is full of natural light, has plenty of storage and features colorful, personal touches throughout.
A pre-Depression-era apartment with a dark, outdated interior was remodeled for a modern-day family. Designers Jay Britto and David Charette used a crisp neutral palette, better lighting, custom furniture and colorful modern art to breathe new life into the home.
Wanting a home that she and her husband both adored, designer Jessica McClendon outfitted her 1950s unit with a mix of elegantly vintage and boldly modern pieces. The result is an eclectic design that's easy on the eyes.
Designer Joe Human updated this historic 1800s townhouse in Harlem with a subtle blue and yellow palette, strategically placed light fixtures and unique accents. The result is a stylish space that's apt for modern living.
Jessica Kensky and Patrick Downes discuss the beauty of universal design, just in time for the 2017 Boston Marathon.