Jessica Rose and her family have turned their cozy 1976 motorhome into a cheerful retreat from life as usual.
Hard work, ingenious finds and few cans of swapped paint transformed Ed and Kate’s terrace house into a home with one-of-a-kind charm and style.
Mae Chevrette’s cozy Boston loft is where industrial meets natural, thanks to a happy combination of exposed brick, natural wood, and plants galore.
The San Pedro family believes that home is where your story begins. Filled with heirloom pieces, this eclectic space reflects its owners’ history.
Take a peek inside Katherine and Jem’s Chicago nest, which is filled with bold patterns, unexpected textures and loads of killer vintage.
If you believe that objects tell a story, this antique-laden Los Angeles apartment is an aesthetic chatterbox.
In a tiny coastal town, two artists create bookshelves with built-in mini bars and evocative triptychs for the secluded home of their dreams.
Record store owners Ashley and Andy find inspiration for their historic home in estate sales and album covers.
What’s your holiday decorating style? Let the architects and interior designers of HGTV help you home in on a festive scheme.
Jeanne keeps the antiques in her home looking fresh and friendly by incorporating bold colors.
Carla and Jack were sick of their home’s all-over-the-place style, so they sold everything and reveled in the blank canvas.
This vintage bungalow, built in 1924, combines Danish teak with colorful art to fit both Anne and Jake’s taste.
Vivian’s light-and-bright Sydney home is a contemporary, feminine oasis.
With 35 houseplants and plenty of mid-century style, Ania’s Pacific Northwest abode is slowly becoming a cozy home.
Kari Beth’s home is built on the land of her family’s farm, and she continues to infuse its rooms with history found at flea markets and estate sales.
Through constant renovation, Daniel and Valeria have transformed their home into a wonderland of Scandinavian and Japanese style.
A self-proclaimed “mid-century maximalist,” Christine has created an airy home where clutter and minimalism find a comfortable medium.
Manifesting the family home of your dreams requires a keen eye for thrifting, a creative instinct for refurbishing, and a knack for hidden storage.
Working with a tight budget and a nose for antiques, Morgan has transformed The Brick House into something that really impresses the pizza boy.
After jet-setting across the globe, Tina and her family have settled down in Denmark and surrounded themselves with memories of their travels.
Inspired by her great-grandmother’s textile repurposing for quilts, Barbara Hester transforms doors into tables and sheets into rugs.