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How to take a room from functional to fully styled? Accent pieces! From art to accessories, Tavia shows you how to layer them to make your space come alive. Explore the fifth and final design principle, balance, and learn a clever way to upcycle old items into wall art.
Lighting can make or break a room, no matter how well-styled it is. Find out how to properly lay out lighting throughout your home as you dive into the fourth design principle: scale. Then watch as Tavia upcycles a plain lampshade into a lush light fixture for a boho-luxe look.
Tavia starts by going over the six basic interior design styles as well as the first key principle: unity. You'll learn how to choose a style that suits your space and your furniture.
Colors can make a big impact on how you (or your guests) feel in a room. From cool hues to warm tones, Tavia breaks down choosing a color scheme for the rooms in your home. You'll also learn the second design principle, focal point, and how to apply it through a mountainscape ombré wall.
It's time to talk textiles! Tavia tackles one of the most common interior design issues: how to mix and match patterns. Learn the rules, then watch them in action as you learn the third design principle: rhythm. Plus, see how to dye curtains in a Shibori-inspired pattern.
Want to decorate a blank room at home, but not sure where to start? Join interior designers Tavia Forbes and Monet Masters as they demystify design in five simple lessons. Learn the basic design principles and how to apply them in your home. From color to lighting to mixing and matching patterns, you'll be on your way to creating your ideal space.
Monet Masters & Tavia Forbes
Monet Masters & Tavia Forbes
The competition gets cookin' when the remaining contestants face "Top Chef" head judge Chef Tom Colicchio in their hardest design challenge yet.
The creative juices will flow as the remaining contestants head to the upscale Viceroy Hotel in Los Angeles to design a high-end modern hotel room.
Every talented interior designer must have an "eye for design," and this fourth episode will test the eye of each of the remaining contestants. They must create a living and work space for their clients, who are all design students, using uncommon materials.
In the second "Top Design" challenge, contestants will each be given a dossier for individual clients for whom they must design a bedroom. Halfway through the challenge, with their sketches finalized and the shopping completed, they will learn there is a big and small twist. Only one talented designer will win.
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