Hgtv Living Room
It is the place where you can design custom furniture, find inspiration for your room makeover, and get expert advice to help you pull it all together. The HGTV HOME™ Design Studio by Bassett can help you design the perfect custom furniture needed for your home, or put together a complete room makeover plan that fits your style.
Hgtv Living Room
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Hgtv Living Room
“With the HGTV Smart Home, the biggest challenge is integrating the many cool tech items into a cohesive home automation platform,” Branscom explained. “Our goal is to make home automation easy to use by anyone, even if they are not tech savvy.”
Hgtv Living Room
Take your living room to the next level with a custom built-in. Here, designer Dahlia Mahmood creates built-in banquette seating for this ultra-sophisticated living space. A soft neutral palette, warm textures and a curtain of crystals behind the banquette evokes instant ambience.
Hgtv Living Room
Narrow your color scheme. Take an inventory of your living room, determine your three favorite shades, then edit. By choosing a simpler palette, the design is more dynamic. After you’ve edited, see if the room needs a few more accessories to highlight your new scheme. Go shopping, but remember to buy only what you truly love.
Hgtv Living Room
Build Your Own Multifunctional Storage Cubby Nov 30, 2016 By: Marian Parsons Ample storage is a must for every home. This rolling cubby was designed to be a multifunctional storage piece for parents, pet owners, crafters or homeowners at every stage of life. The open cubbies make it easy to stash away or grab backpacks, shoes, pet supplies, kids' toys or any other necessities you need to keep at hand in the mudroom, living room, playroom, closet or garage.
A completely free way to update your living room: Style your bookcase. Remove everything and consider which pieces you really love. Start by grouping stacks of books, some vertically, some horizontally; then add in accessories and artwork. Use small groupings and combine items in varying sizes, colors and textures for a truly eye-catching display.
Make a colorful splash with a gallery wall. Artwork can be expensive, but if you’re looking for a more budget-friendly option, try websites like 20×200.com, society6.com and Etsy.com. Here, designer Sarah Richardson uses a mix of abstract prints in a variety of hues from the living room’s color palette to create this impressive display.
Bring a glam element to your living room with a sophisticated bar cart. Not only does it add style to the space, but it’s also perfect for entertaining. Stock the cart with your favorite spirits, glassware and mixers. Add a vase of fresh flowers and you’ll be ready to party at a moment’s notice.
If a piece of furniture, like a coffee or end table, has seen better days, transform it with a fresh coat of paint or stain. A high-gloss paint treatment is a great choice for a contemporary space, or try a distressed treatment, like the one designer Joanna Gaines used in this cottage-style living room.
An easy way to add a designer touch to your living room is a new pair of lamps. On trend, but classic, mercury glass table lamps have an Old World glamour that allows them to fit in with most styles, from contemporary to traditional.
Salvaged architectural pieces, like these antique windows, make a dramatic decorating feature and add a personal touch to the living room. The rustic quality of the piece is highlighted by simple, vintage accessories, like pretty blue bottles, tall Mason jars and books.
Personalize your living room with a fun saying. For this inexpensive update, look for wood, chipboard or cardboard letters at craft stores, then cover them in patterned scrapbook paper, pretty gift wrap, leftover wallpaper or vintage maps.
A subtle, yet stylish design update is a chic wall treatment. Patterned wall panels add tactile appeal to this living space, making the room feel more inviting. Designers Amy Bubier and Tor Barstad painted the panels an elegant white to highlight the colorful furniture and pillows.
Ample storage is a must for every home. This rolling cubby was designed to be a multifunctional storage piece for parents, pet owners, crafters or homeowners at every stage of life. The open cubbies make it easy to stash away or grab backpacks, shoes, pet supplies, kids' toys or any other necessities you need to keep at hand in the mudroom, living room, playroom, closet or garage.
Give a tired or dark living room, a bright and airy facelift by painting the walls white. Here, the paneled walls painted white give the space a coastal cottage look. Curvy, sophisticated furniture paired with a glamorous chandelier add feminine charm to the space.
If your budget allows, go for a complete makeover. Start with a neutral base — selecting all your permanent pieces, such as sofas, chairs and tables, in go-with-anything neutral shades. Then, add in color and style with pillows, framed artwork and accessories. Here, designer Joel Snayd uses a gray-and-white color palette to set the tone for this contemporary farmhouse living room. He brings in the glam with all the pieces that can be switched out later, like the floral-printed stools, colorful bolster pillows and eclectic mix of accessories.
Consider adding new light fixtures to brighten up your living space. Whether a glamorous chandelier or simple recessed lights, the right lighting is key to showing off a beautiful design. Here, designer Beth Bourque hangs a nickel light fixture beside the sofa for a much-needed reading light.
If floor space is an issue, consider switching out a traditional swinging door for a sliding barn door. Not only does a barn door save space, its rustic look also adds a fun architectural element to even the most builder-basic living rooms.
How to Install Timeless Rail-and-Stile Wainscoting Nov 29, 2016 By: Marian Parsons Wainscoting wall treatments are a classic way to add architectural interest to any room. Consisting of horizontal rails and vertical stiles, this relatively easy woodworking project is based on a design found in historic homes, and is sure to lend old-home charm to builder-basic new spaces.
“There are over 25 different brands represented throughout the house,” said Carley Knobloch, tech consultant. “But a few features that aren’t room-specific but installed throughout the house are the smart lighting system and outlets from Legrand, the audio/visual system run by Savant and the home’s wireless security system from SimpliSafe, all of which can be controlled via apps,” she added.
Get a lot of bang for your buck by changing out your throw pillows. Same room, same sofa, but now, with a brand new look. Mix pillows in a variety of hues and prints to create visual interest and texture.
Wainscoting wall treatments are a classic way to add architectural interest to any room. Consisting of horizontal rails and vertical stiles, this relatively easy woodworking project is based on a design found in historic homes, and is sure to lend old-home charm to builder-basic new spaces.
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