Design Star finale (airing this Sunday 8/22), we're happy to share this peek at Emily's home (a 600 square foot one bedroom in a Melrose Place type building "sans the drama") and some of her thoughts on style, design indulgences and favorite sources. Style: Weird, eclectic and modern, but loose and casual. All vintage all the time. And as far as color, I mix a lot of blues, grays and whites with natural materials like wood and leather. The blues keep it modern and masculine, while the leather and wood bring in warmth. My furniture tends to be straight and masculine while my accessories are more curvy and feminine. I don't plan it that way, its just my instinct. Indulgences: I'm frugal by nature, but my biggest purchase ever was my navy blue 60's sofa, and it was $800 (pretty sure I told Brian, my husband, it was $600 at the time because it was and is so much money for us) but besides that i can't get enough weird old artwork. I know I have too much and I'm bordering on hoarding, but It makes me so happy and the house still doesn't feel cluttered because its on the walls. At least that's what I'm telling myself. In general my problem is losing judgment at flea markets or thrift stores - you know that 'if-i-don't-buy-it-now-i-will-regret-it-for-the-rest-of-my-life' syndrome? Yep, I got it. Bad. Terminally. Sources: 1st Dibs and ABC Carpet & Home. In LA I love Gibson, Zelen, and Lawson Fenning, all beyond my budget right now, but some day…some day, In general I don't idolize expensive things, I love the slightly off, unpretentiousness of collecting flea market finds. Perfection can be stiff, randomness makes you want to party. And who doesn't like to party? Thanks Emily! MORE INFO: • Emily's Blog, The Brass Petal • HGTV's Design Star Images: Teri Lyn Fisher • HOUSE TOUR ARCHIVE Check out past house tours here • Interested in sharing your home with Apartment Therapy? Contact the editors through our House Tour Submission Form. • Are you a designer/architect/decorator interested in sharing a residential project with Apartment Therapy readers? Contact the editors through our Professional Submission Form.