The designer used a brilliant trick to make windows look taller.
Entertaining is the name of the game for this elegant New Orleans loft.
A 1,250-square-foot cottage goes big with strategic design.
No backsplashes or fancy cabinets needed.
Spot the ginger jar in every room.
In a gorgeous summer home, decorative accents take an interior to a whole new level.
A cozy vacation home gets a vibrant yet serene makeover.
There isn't a hint of kitsch to be found in this small Florida cottage that was once home to a design legend.
And, no, it doesn't rely on gray.
Designer John De Bastiani embraced the neutral tone in a glamorous L.A. home.
Lab rooms became bedrooms thanks to designers Bill Brockschmidt and Courtney Coleman.
It took more than nips and tucks to transform exam rooms and labs into a warm and gracious home.
Plus a cobalt library/dining room, patterned playroom, and party-ready banquette — which all completely work together.
Designer Eliza Dyson's keen perspective is clear in this thoughtful and colorful Park Avenue apartment.
Melissa Warner Rothblum and Julie Kleiner took a childlike perspective in designing this San Francisco abode.
Pink's the thing in this feminine home, inspired by the owner's beachy travels.
Designer Caitlin Moran gave her clients a little taste of travel — since they won't be taking an exotic vacation anytime soon.
Celebrated designer Ken Fulk brings a holistic and cheeky approach to his line.
Catherine Brown Paterson had never taken on a project with quite this much color.