HGTV's 'Twilight'-inspired living room: Awesome or horrifying?

When we first heard that HGTV's David Bromstad had decorated the entire first floor of a home in a "Twilight" theme, we were kind of scared. Intrigued, but terrified.

But the final result of the makeover, done for Bromstad's show "Color Splash," is much, much better than the R-Pattz wallpaper and Team Jacob collages we were expecting. It's chic, playful, and, dare we say, tasteful?

There are still some ridiculous touches -- the wall of fake deer heads is the first thing that jumps out, plus that squirrel pillow, you guys -- but overall, it's a classy look for the Twi-hard so obsessed with Stephenie Meyer's novels that she let someone make over her home on national TV. And much, much better than the blood-red gothic look we imagined.

Full props go to Bromstad for going with the green apple inspiration and getting whimsical, but not taking things too far. Check out the full episode on Saturday, Nov. 5, ahead of the Nov. 18 premiere of the first half of the final "Twilight" installment, "Breaking Dawn Part 1."

For the most die-hard "Twilight" fans: Would you let a decorator use "Twilight" as an inspiration for your home? Or is that taking things a little too far?


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