Elizabeth Demos Bio

Get to know Elizabeth Demos, designer of DIY Network Ultimate Retreat 2017.

Elizabeth Demos is an interior designer based in Savannah, GA, who uses her one-of-a-kind talents to write, produce, and style beautiful content for award-winning, food and shelter brands.  Elizabeth's instinctive eye and fresh approach to home projects have made her a sought after talent in the industry.

Her editorial contributions have graced the covers of many lifestyle publications including HGTV Magazine, Southern Living, and Traditional Home, just to name a few.

Elizabeth’s gift for assembly and vintage aesthetic make her the perfect fit as the designer of DIY Network’s Ultimate Retreat 2017, a rustic and refined renovation in one of America’s most unique locations. 

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Special Retreat

The crisp and cool guest bedroom, with dark azure and white beadboard walls and a modern coastal feel, includes an inviting bed, a spot to read and relax, and a large glass sliding door that opens to an outside deck with stunning views.

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Pillow Power

Attractive fabrics and pillows provide comfort and adorn the bed, including a white embroidered decorative pillow.

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Lovely Lamps

On the nightstands on each side of the bed, the hand-thrown and hand-glazed ceramic yellow table lamps with natural linen shades add a punch of sunny color to the room.

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Two Tone Walls

The combination of dark azure paint on top with white beadboard on the bottom gives the guest bedroom walls a coastal feel and serene sense of style.

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Striking Stools

At the end of the bed, two modern linear weave rattan-style stools with iron frames can work as an extra seat or as a footstool.

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Roman Shades

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Midcentury Style

A midcentury modern style armchair with an embroidered navy rope medallion throw pillow offers a cozy spot to read or relax. The chair is paired with a blue chunky knit stool with mango wood legs.

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Floral Power

Beautiful crisp white flowers on the side table by the midcentury modern style armchair add a touch of cheer to the bedroom sitting area.

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Can't-Miss Chair

The midcentury modern style armchair features a solid wood frame, clean lines, a pull-tufted back and a loose seat cushion for comfort.

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Coastal Rug

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Outdoor Connection

A large sliding glass door opens the guest bedroom up to the deck and stunning water views outside.

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Sleek Shelves

Concealed mounting hardware gives a sleek look for the white wood shelves that provide display storage for books and accessories above the guest bedroom's midcentury modern style armchair.

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Decorative Touch

A vintage nautical cleat reinforces the guest bedroom's coastal flavor and style.

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Nice Prize

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Fabulous Fish Tank

An attention-grabbing fish tank divides the guest bedroom from the living room on the other side.

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Fashionable Pendant

Inspired by midcentury modern designs, the guest bedroom's contemporary one-light polished wood pendant illuminates the space and creates a sculptural focal point.

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Fine Fish

The mesmerizing fish tank can be enjoyed right from the inviting guest bed, complete with a comfy quilt with a scaled-down geometric design.

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Handy Hooks

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Nifty Nightstands

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Prime Location

The guest bedroom enjoys a nice connection with the home's first floor main living area, located on the other side of the arched top door with V-groove paneling and an antique porthole in the hallway outside the bedroom.

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