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A child's treasured belonging is turned into eye-catching artwork in a saturated, true-blue azure hue to add a personal touch to this kid's room. Design by Brian Patrick Flynn

This watery bedroom proves that a high-end look can be had on the cheap. Designer Brian Patrick Flynn turned 6 yards of bargain fabric into a custom 7-foot-tall teal headboard, then matched the wall hue for a subtle, textured look.

Turquoise paint used to accent the corner of the room and a luxurious maize-colored curtain helps bridge the gap between the contemporary space and the traditional furnishings. Design by Gacek Design Group

The patchwork style of the overdyed rug mimics the graphic shapes of the turquoise accent wall in this colorful living room. Design by Gacek Design Group

A turquoise accent wall with an oversized sunburst mirror is the focal point of this tropical, midcentury apartment. Design by Gacek Design Group

Beach-blue walls, sea glass-inspired accessories and aqua upholstered dining chairs give this dining room from HGTV Smart Home 2013 a casual elegance.

A brown demilune table, too tall for the pint-size space, was trimmed down and spray-painted a vivid shade of blue. Design from the 2012 HGTV Green Home.

This bright blue wall hue is playful enough for a kids' space, but sophisticated enough to grow along with the child. Design by TerraCotta Properties

Room With a View: 8 Dreamy Beachside Bedrooms (blog.hgtv.com/...)

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Designer Sarah Richardson placed two large wicker baskets on a vintage vanity shelf to keep bathroom toiletries at hand and to bring visual appeal to the all-white bathroom. The vanity's vintage design provides a place to hang towels.

Freestanding storage is a great option if you frequently change the design of your bathroom. Ana White of Ana-White.com built this simple storage ladder and stored different items at each level. Paint the ladder any color to match your bathroom design style, and fill the ladder with different types of containers to bring dimension to the space.

To really maximize the storage in your kitchen, put unused areas to work. Typically, the "drawer" in front of the kitchen sink is just a false front, but with the addition of cleverly hidden hinges and a stainless steel tray, it becomes out-of-sight storage for wet sponges and scrub brushes. Photo courtesy of Mullet Cabinets, Inc.

Smart Kitchen Storage Tip: Customize Your Pantry. Shelves, pullout baskets and shallow drawers will ensure your pantry offers a place for everything and keeps everything in its place.

Smart Kitchen Storage Tip: Don't Forget the Kids. Keep little ones busy while you finish up dinner prep with hideaway kitchen storage for art supplies.

Smart Kitchen Storage Tip: Stash Stuff in Plain Sight! Open shelves provide plenty of storage while keeping everyday serveware, pots and pans within easy reach. Photo courtesy of The Brooklyn Home Company

Small pops of citrine add visual interest to the classic black-and-white palette of this bathroom. This display shelving slides out of the way to reveal a medicine cabinet that houses bathroom essentials. Design by Gregg De Meza, Jennifer Gustafson and Michelle Nelson

The designers wanted to combine traditional and modern elements in this 1920s-era bathroom. Designers Gregg De Meza, Jennifer Gustafson and Michelle Nelson nodded to tradition with black-and-white tile, but updated the look with a glass tile mosaic.

In this sunny kitchen by DD Allen, seafoam green cabinets are a soft backdrop to bright yellow stools from Wyeth in New York City.

Cool slate grays anchor this kitchen by Susan Diana Harris, ASID, while brighter greens steal the show both indoors and out. The walls are painted Behr's Fresh Grass (color #426), and the ceiling is Benjamin Moore's Pale Vista (2029-60).

Neither bright nor pastel; not pale or neon, the soft blue-green of this backsplash tile in a kitchen by Ryan Christenson of Remodel Works Bath and Kitchen is unusual enough to catch the eye, but subtle enough to live with comfortably for years.

The initial inspiration for this blue and red kitchen came from the red of the Icestone countertops, which were matched to a stock glass color from the cabinetry company. All told, the designers at Gaia Kitchen & Bath used three different color glass inserts, two different color cabinets and two different countertop materials.

An epoxy floor in a custom shade of turquoise alludes to the ocean not far from this beach house kitchen by DD Allen. (If you love the idea but live inland, how about grass-green epoxy to evoke an open field?) Throw pillows in bright shades add punch to the space.

Kitchen and Bath Hour starts now. Tonight, we're sharing our favorite designs for big and small spaces, practical storage and cleaning tips, and simple DIY projects you can start now. Enjoy the ideas and inspiration...and remember to refresh your browser often to see the latest pins.

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