"It was like pulling a rabbit out of a hat," Kevin Isbell says of the tight timeline.
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.
We found the best way to string lights!
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.
Step #1: Add lots and lots of books.
The secret is balancing raspberry shades with geometric, black and white decor.
North meets south in this punchy, capricious abode.
This space isn't just for giant books anymore.
Sky blue and grass green are up first.
It's the ultimate pad for the high-profile NYC dermatologist and her two daughters.
Seriously, your jaw is going to hit the floor.
Just wait until you see the bubble chandelier.
It's red, white, blue and bathed in sunlight.
Mirrors and double-duty furniture are your best friends.