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Inside Clinton Kelly's Miami Home

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Family Home Gets Midcentury-Style Makeover

Designer Barbara Vail reinvigorated a family home with a vibrant, midcentury-modern style. Heirloom and era-authentic furnishings pair up with metallic details and subtle patterns to create a space fit for entertaining and cozying up with family and friends.

Family Beach Home With Colorful Accessories

Chango & Co. redesigned a beach house for repeat customers with an eye on creating a fun, creative family environment through the use of bright colors, playful patterns and soothing textures.

Family-Friendly Home With Unique Wood Features

A home was redesigned to be more family friendly, including opening up the floor plan, raising ceilings and adding architectural interest. The design by Regan Baker dresses up a mostly white palette with colorful wallpapers, tile and patterns throughout.

Tuscan-Inspired Home Designed for Mass Appeal

When creating a home for Homes by WestBay, Tampa, Fla.-based designer Don Sharp knew he had to design a space that made a strong style statement while feeling comfortable to potential buyers.

Ranch Home Features Open Living Spaces

A personal design by Kerrie Kelly includes nods to the homeowners' Buffalo, New York, roots. Buffalo check, damask and plaid fabrics add texture, while a blue-and-white color scheme adds a playful touch to the otherwise neutral palette.

Creative Space Planning Maximizes Home Size on Narrow Lot

Exterior siding on the interior walls connects this modern home's inside to its outside. A neutral palette is highlighted by large, different-sized windows that fill the home with natural light and offer prime views.

Light-Filled Home With Stone Walls and Unique Style

Contemporary and rustic combine to create this light-filled home's unique style. A neutral palette, natural materials both inside and out, and an open floor plan contribute to the airy, spacious feel.