This home masters being "beachy without being too theme-y."
Write these products off as a self-investment.
Their biggest struggle was finding enough space for their collectibles.
The hand-painted foyer offers a modern take on a warm welcome.
Six designers how to make it look cohesive, not like a ton of clutter.
Tina Ramchandani believes minimalistic design is here to stay.
For Rivers Spencer, creating an ethereal and luminous home was a must.
"It was like pulling a rabbit out of a hat," Kevin Isbell says of the tight timeline.
For Melanie Turner, it was all about fresh paint, new hardware, and modern fabrics.
Jennifer Glickman personally favors Balenciaga and Balmain — can't argue with that.
The results are a perfect blend of California ease and city chic.
Throw the old rulebook out the window.
Wait until you see the hot pink Christmas tree.
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You may want to bring this shade into every room of your home.
Jenny Wolf's designs are a nod to the Connecticut homeowners' Southern roots.
It's the season of the snugglefest.
Sprinkling one-of-a-kind artwork brings a bit of the unexpected to every space.
Juan Carretero believes every home should look and feel fun.
A designer took her love of vivid patterns and romantic color schemes to new heights.
Erick Espinoza believes color is the best medicine for a boring home.
A Cuban designer and Austin-based artist team up to mix Mediterranean with French country.
Bold colors and geometric pieces bring unique flair to this West Palm Beach abode.
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Allison Allen is marrying Manhattan va-va-voom with more buttoned-up Southern charm.
"Spaces do best with neutrals and no more than two accent hues."
Leaving the city never looked so appealing.