The garden courtyard terrace of this Point Lorna, California, villa home is decorated with subtle pool furniture in neutral tones that complement the property's minimalist design and allow the natural surroundings of the lush garden, with its verdant floral and topiary features, to color to the space. Wicker chairs and chaise longues feature plush striped cushions which highlight the earth tones of the building's facade while blue umbrellas reflect the daytime sky and swimming pool below.
Bamboo blinds and beige floor-length curtains all for total natural light control in this cozy living room. A soft blue sofa compliments the light tones of the room design and matches the blue stripes on the wood framed arm chairs. The furniture faces a gold framed coffee table over a large floral area rug. A thick fireplace surround is fitting to the grounded, traditional style of the room.
This hallway, leading from one room to another, features art books, art, candlesticks and a tall floral arrangement placed strategically on a contemporary wood and glass table for visual interest. Through the doorway, you can see a red table and chairs placed upon a patterned area rug and white tile floor that is in keeping with the contemporary design.
An icy blue four-drawer dresser is used to display a small purple floral bouquet inside a brown pot, a stuffed monkey and a handful of Dr. Seuss books, while above hangs a large white mirror in which you can see the reflection of a blue and purple plaid valance. The color schemes compliment the purple hue of the room walls.
A handmade Kilim area rug is the crowning jewel of this dining room's design, adding warmth and color to the space. Simple linen curtains are hung high above the windows to add height to the space, and the dining room chairs are upholstered in an orange floral fabric. Midcentury modern black chairs flank the ends of the table.
This custom, lighted panel behind the bed brings together an eye-catching light fixture, captivating artwork and modern sophistication with a bit of edge to create a dramatic focal point for the Master Bedroom. This designer created the pattern for the laser-cut wood panel, slightly evocative of an Asian floral motif, which was inspired by the client’s cultural heritage.
A long wood dining table fits perfectly in this narrow dining space. Light colors help to expand the look of the available space. White patterned chairs line the table matching the detailing of the molding, white and gold forest painting and drooping white floral centerpiece. A crystal chandelier hangs above finishing the design with shine.
The top floor of a Brooklyn townhouse was opened up so all the rooms flowed into one another and created a huge floor for the kids. This ultra chic nursery features a graphic accent wall in neutral tones, a deep purple rocking chair with fringe and a white, modern dresser. The unique, floral light fixture adds a perfect touch of whimsy to the space.
While plants infuse an outdoor space with texture, shape and a lush layer of green, fresh-cut flowers add a punchy pop of color. During mild seasons, add a burst of life to your tabletop surfaces with fresh-cut floral arrangements. By cutting the stems at an angle under running water every other day and changing out the water daily, you can extend the life of the flowers by one to two weeks.
Designers Boris Eckey, Tiffany Brooks, and Jeribai Tascoe dress a dining room buffet in the home of Giovanna and Eric Lawrence in Episode 804 of HGTV Star Season 8. Canvas floral artwork hangs above the buffet and is framed by a pair of glass lamps, and contestant Boris Eckey used richly-textured grasscloth to cover up the room's dated paneling behind the artwork. The lamps, clock, and peacock are from One Kings Lane.
This traditional living room features neutral textured walls paired with white crown moldings and deep brown hardwood floors. A tan sofa is paired with a woven natural fiber area rug, while floral upholstered armchairs provide additional room for relaxing. An arched cased wall opening shows allows for quick access to the kitchen.
This living room evokes the nautical with a red, white and blue color palette. A white tongue-and-groove ceiling looks down upon a high-gloss red hardwood floor, while blue-and-white striped wallpaper lines the walls. Dark Colonial furniture, avian accessories and exotic floral upholstery are a nod to tropical style.
This elegant, feminine bedroom uses pinks and blues to make the space feel warm and inviting. The pink bedspread, accented by the blue throw and floral dust ruffle, makes the space feel warm and inviting. Color is added throughout the space with the exposed beams in the ceiling and the woven burlap rug at the foot of the bed.
Architectural designer Matt Dougan used elements like vigas (wooden support beams) and latillas (slender strips of wood) on the ceiling of this living room to add authentic Southwestern charm. Old World rugs were combined with leather furnishings, while Southwestern-print furniture, a hand-carved cantera fireplace and an antler chandelier complete the look. A few subtle floral accessories implement a soft, feminine touch to the masculine space.
A charming wooden dining table has been set up outdoors, with places for eight set with green and white plates and a single white floral adornment. In the center of the table is a small vase filled with yellow and red wildflowers. Wooden lounge chairs sit by a relaxing pool, the perfect place to cool off after dining al fresco.
A long, dark orange wall adds color to this long, open design without overpowering the space. A soft gray sofa and matching armchair provide cozy seating, while the floral throw pillows echo the orange hue. A glass coffee table adds a lighter, shinier detail to the design and fits well with the large mirror propped on the wall.
Privately commissioned oil paintings set the mood for this living room setting. Casual, yet elegant, the space looks adult but is very family-friendly. A custom concrete and black glass natural wood burning firebox adds a masculine vibe, while the floral oil painting adds some femininity to the space. This is the clients favorite spot to sit, relax and enjoy the ravine view.
This living room features a rich color palette, as seen in the pillows, earth-toned fireplace tiles and hanging artwork. A unique wood table with two chairs sits at the center of the room, while two neutral floral sofas receive a bit of color from the decorative throw pillows.