10 Insanely Gorgeous Spaces from the #OneRoomChallenge

It seems like just yesterday that we were celebrating the reveals from the Spring 2015 One Room Challenge. And now, here we are again, enamored with the spaces from the fall edition! The One Room Challenge is a biannual event hosted by Linda at Calling It Home, in which a group of talented bloggers take six weeks to completely redecorate a room in their home. For the second time, DecoratorsBest was proud to be a sponsor. Wait until you see the finished designs!

the pink clutch

Paige of The Pink Clutch is not afraid of bright colors, as evidenced in her cheerful kitchen.

Yellow and cobalt kitchen with hot pink accents by The Pink Clutch

Paige’s foundation was a classic palette of blue, white and yellow in Asian-inspired patterns. Then, she added fun, vibrant accents with pops of hot pink and orange, plus a playful leopard print.

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Clarence House The Vase Yellow White Wallpaper Schumacher Nanjing Porcelain Fabric Jaipur Linen Pink Pillow
Duralee 20993-146 Denim Fabric B. Berger 1265 Cobalt Fabric Threads Zenith Indigo Fabric

Clarence House The Vase wallpaper in Yellow and White in a kitchen by The Pink Clutch

Clarence House The Vase wallpaper in yellow and white and Schumacher Nanjing Porcelain fabric with hot pink pillow by The Pink Clutch

the zhush

Sue de Chiara of The Zhush said that the real hero of her “freshly-zhushed” guest bathroom is the wallpaper, and we completely agree. We always love Cole & Son’s Palm pattern, and the Stroheim sisal on the ceiling was a genius addition!

Neutral bathroom with Cole and Son Palm wallpaper in grey and white by The Zhush

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Cole and Son Wallpaper Palm Grey White Stroheim Semira Sisal Wallpaper

Neutral bathroom with Cole and Son Palm wallpaper in grey and white by The Zhush

design manifest

Naomi Stein of Design Manifest isn’t one to shy away from a challenge, so for this season’s ORC, she didn’t stop at just one room – she took on an entire condo.

Neutral ethnic living room by Naomi Stein at Design Manifest

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Scalamandre Haiku Wallpaper Dogwood Harris Kilim Stripe Fiesta Fabric Kravet Pantan Fabric
Clarke and Clarke Kilim Crush Fabric Ralph Lauren Galapagos Lapis Fabric

In Naomi’s words, she went “wallpaper crazy.” It’s the best kind of crazy, if you ask us!

Entryway with gold mirror and Scalamandre Haiku grasscloth wallpaper in Dogwood by Design Manifest

Clarke & Clarke’s Cameo wallpaper is luminescent perfection in the master bedroom.

White Cubist Brutalist dresser with Clarke and Clarke Cameo wallpaper in Pearl by Design Manifest

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Clarke and Clarke Cameo Pearl Wallpaper

And this geometric print by Schumacher adds interest in a minimalist bathroom.

Bathroom with Schumacher Medina wallpaper in silver

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Schumacher medina silver wallpaper

vanessa francis

Vanessa Francis’s goal for her bedroom was to replicate the look of a Parisian hotel, and we’d say she achieved it with custom panel molding, luxurious textures and stunning designer fabrics.

Grey red and blush Parisian bedroom by Vanessa Francis

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Schumacher Elizabeth Rouge Grey Fabric Schumacher Feline Obscura Fabric

Velvet charcoal headboard with pillow in Schumacher Elizabeth fabric in Rouge and Grey

Blush velvet and brass chair with Schumacher Feline Obscura watercolor leopard print black and white pillow

design darling

Mackenzie Horan of Design Darling also challenged herself to redecorate two rooms, taking on her guest bedroom and bath, and she used a charming ginger jar theme to unify them.

Blue and white guest bedroom by Design Darling

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Stroheim Madagascar Cobalt Fabric Lee Jofa Willow Pattern Fabric Blue

The bedroom drapery and bathroom wallpaper are both from Dana Gibson’s popular collection for Stroheim. They’re each in the cobalt colorway, ensuring a flawless flow between the two spaces.

Bathroom with Stroheim Canton ginger jar wallpaper in Cobalt by Design Darling

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Stroheim Canton Cobalt Wallpaper

Simplified Bee

Continuing the Asian-inspired theme, Cristin of Simplified Bee took an outdated foyer and gave it an update with crisp navy and white.

Blue and white foyer with Clarence House Tibet fabric X-benches and Schumacher Feather Fan wallpaper

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Schumacher feather bloom two blues wallpaper Clarence house tibet fabric

We have to tip our hats to Cristin’s upholsterer, who centered the Clarence House dragons perfectly on her custom X-benches.

Navy console table with X-benches in Clarence House Tibet fabric by Simplified Bee

Hi Sugarplum

Cassie Freeman of Hi Sugarplum tackled her living room along with designer Kristin Jackson of The Hunted Interior, and we love the way she accented a large wall with custom high-gloss built-ins.

Navy yellow and fuchsia living room by Hi Sugarplum for the One Room Challenge

Cassie tied the canary yellow drapery into the blue millwork with cobalt trim by Trend.

Yellow drapery with cobalt trim by Trend for Hi Sugarplum One Room Challenge

Yellow drapery with Trend cobalt trim by Hi Sugarplum for the One Room Challenge

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Trend 02108 Cobalt Trim

Honey We're Home

Along with designer Sita Montgomery, Megan of Honey We’re Home created a soothing lavender nursery for the baby girl she’s expecting in a few months.

Pale lavender nursery by Honey We're Home for the One Room Challenge

Roman shades in Schumacher’s popular Betwixt fabric worked perfectly with the color scheme.

Schumacher Betwixt fabric in Zinc and Blanc - roman shades for One Room Challenge by Honey We're Home

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Schumacher Betwixt Zinc Blanc Fabric

The Pink Pagoda

This classic entry was designed by Jennifer of The Pink Pagoda, and it’s certainly true to her chinoiserie-focused brand!

Entryway with blue and white chinoiserie by The Pink Pagoda for the One Room Challenge

Lee Jofa’s Ocicat fabric pairs perfectly with the blue and white ceramics scattered around the space.

Lee Jofa Ocicat fabric in Seamist in One Room Challenge by The Pink Pagoda

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Lee Jofa Ocicat Seamist Fabric

Christine Dovey

In a truly courageous move, Christine Dovey of Bijou & Boheme opted to decorate her newly-renovated bedroom. Due to construction delays, though, Christine was unable to reveal the entire space at the end of the One Room Challenge. We’ve all been there! Luckily, we were able to sneak a peek at the pillows she had made with Groundworks fabric by Kelly Wearstler and Kravet leather trim.

Pillows in Groundworks Mineral fabric in Indigo and Slate by Kelly Wearstler with Kravet Cattleman Ebony leather trim

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Groundworks Mineral Indigo Slate Fabric Kravet Cattleman Ebony Trim

Congratulations to all the participants!

Photo Sources: The Pink Clutch/Dixie Delights | The Zhush/Nicole Cohen | Design Manifest/Courtney Apple | Vanessa Francis/Stephani Buchman | Mackenzie Horan | Simplified Bee/Photo-tecture | Hi Sugarplum/Mary Summers | Honey We’re Home/TK Images | The Pink Pagoda | Christine Dovey

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