On Sunday night's episode of Nate Berkus's new show, American Dream Builders, we were introduced to a pair of almost unlivable, rustic cabins in Big Bear, California, that got full overhauls thanks to the two competing teams. In a guest bedroom tackled by "Team Red," the designers were asked to deal with a room that was boring and cramped — more like a storage space for beds than a cozy retreat.
And then the post-makeover look? A space that's brighter with a refined rustic style. The right balance of color and texture in the room makes the space more sophisticated, while the exotic textiles add a surprising touch. The three judges were awed by designer Dann Foley's creation, with Nate Berkus calling it, "universally appealing."
The secrets to this makeover's success? An effortlessly layered bed, exotic patterns, and the right amount of texture and color can make any room stand out.
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Then check out from last week's episode...and start preparing for next week's show, this Sunday at 8/7 Central on .