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These colorful, easy-to-make binoculars will have kids on the lookout for backyard adventure all year long.
Architect Jon Kelly Davis remodeled a great room, dining room and kitchen to better fit his family and reflect his love of classic American architecture.
Design coordinator Crystal Hopkins turns a guest room into a creative multipurpose space featuring different tones of orange.
Homeowners Tom Price and Julie Bitton transform their dated downstairs into a movie-inspired media room filled with vibrant orange, geometric patterns and surround sound.
Photographer Christina Wedge turns a crumbling breakfast nook in her 1920s cottage into a bright, colorful multipurpose workspace featuring vintage collectibles and eye-catching photography.
Brian Patrick Flynn makes room for a TV by relocating an entryway in his bedroom but not at the expense of his walk-in closet.
Every room has one, so why not dress it up?
A theater designer turns a dingy closet in his guest bedroom into a flashy multipurpose space where he can work on his laptop, store his clothes and display his collection of cool pop culture goodies.
Shades of gray turn an outdated kitchen into a place for entertaining guests
Michelle Workman re-invented her Lafayette, Calif., home's game room as a chic design studio with a budget of $4,000 and a timeline of three weeks.
Yoga instructor Ashley Bothwell transforms a small, dark attic into a colorful, coastal-inspired studio in four weeks and on a budget.
Rue magazine's editor-in-chief, Crystal Gentilello, turned to interior design featured in her magazine to create a San Francisco home that's dark, dramatic and gender-neutral.
San Francisco-based lifestyle journalist Julia Walsh turned to many of her own featured subjects to create the design of her apartment's writing lounge and living room.
Dylan, a fun-loving 6-year-old, gets a red and blue bedroom makeover packed with heirlooms from his dad's 1980s childhood.