HGTV Smart Home 2014 Pin Party
Join us LIVE Thursday 8-10pm ET for an exclusive look behind the design of HGTV Smart Home 2014!
An electronic pet door allows pets to come and go as they please. The door is activated by a sensor attached to the pet's collar.
Wraparound seating dominates the corner of the porch, and a door to the basement provides easy access for entertaining indoors and outdoors.
Located on the ground level, the back porch blends seamlessly with the architectural integrity of the home.
Have you had fun at our Pin Party? Before we say goodnight, we want to give YOU the opportunity to enter for a chance to win the home goods and furnishings you saw in the home tonight. Visit HGTV.com to learn more --> hg.tv/vb49
Now that you've toured every room in this year's HGTV Smart Home 2014…it's time to announce the Fan Favorite of the night (the room with the most repins). And the winner is the Master Bedroom! Take a virtual tour of this amazing space at HGTV.com --> hg.tv/vfel
We round out our home tour with a look at the guest bath. With two entrances — one from the bedroom and one from the hallway — the second floor bath accommodates traffic flow from the nearby den. The vanity is topped with white quartz countertops and metal organizers to keep the counter space looking clean and uncluttered. Two sleek and sophisticated sconces are set on dimmers to create a relaxing ambiance.
Three locally sourced pieces of art take the room's design to another level. "They were edgy and took off the prim and proper look of the bedroom," says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
Across the hallway, the additional second-floor bedroom provides a quiet retreat for overnight guests. A color scheme of blue, green, white and khaki serves as a springboard for a preppy, sophisticated style --> hg.tv/vb3x
The private bathroom continues the bedroom's color scheme with a contemporary twist. The floor-to-ceiling glass subway tile "follows the roofline, so you're using as much space as possible," says interior designer Linda Woodrum. hg.tv/vb3p
Now let's head upstairs to the second floor where we'll find the additional bedrooms and den. Outfitted with rich wood furnishings, clever niches and a colorful focal wall, this "kids-to-teens" bedroom offers a comfortable retreat to escape. "We decided to do a striped wall as a way to highlight the bed and make it pop," says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
Conveniently located next to the stairway, the basement bathroom is full-service, so no one will ever have to leave the party to go upstairs. Wild guitar art and vibrant orange echo the fun-filled vibe found in the adjacent rec room.
For the ultimate theater room experience, a large projector screen retracts from the ceiling. Ceiling speakers and two subwoofers, built into the wall, produce dramatic sound throughout the room--> hg.tv/vb1m
Before we head upstairs, let's take a break and let loose in the basement rec room! Designed to convey a warehouse loft feel with open trusses, the rec room is the perfect place to escape the stresses of the day with a good movie, a jam session, or a great workout.