A mid-century modern style family room with a collection of furniture classics: An Italian leather sofa, wicker egg chair, natural wood coffee table and modern light fixture create a sophisticated space. Light wood tone floors with an inspired area rug and sliding glass doors highlight the views.
Various textures and coastal tones add beauty and interest to this open family room. Shades of tan, brown, blue and white and artwork inspired by the beach and ocean give the space a calm feel, providing a great place to relax and unwind.
In this great room from designer Judith Balis, a richly hued oriental rug, dark overstuffed sofa, colorful throw pillows, built-in shelving and showpiece framed mirror combine to make this great room's seating area cozy and accessible.
The gently curved family room includes a handsome and large wet bar, multiple seating areas and big windows looking out onto Vancouver's cityscape. The patterned sectional provides maximum comfort while still allowing for a generous walkway through the space.
The green walls of this family room offer the perfect backdrop for a family's favorite art work. Comfortable gray couches, ample throw pillows with mismatched patterns and colors and a rustic wooden coffee table enhance the room's cozy ambiance.
A vignette in the family room provides a great conversation space for the homeowners and their guests. A wood burning fireplace keeps the space warm, while comfortable chairs and a cozy ottoman provide soft seating to the space.
Susan Brunstrum meticulously designed her client's great room with a clear vision in mind. From the dark wood railing at the stairs to the textured console table and knickknacks, each accoutrement has its place and function in the room.
The HGTV Dream Home 2015 great room is a light, open space with a classic neutral color palette. “The great room structure is that new modern way of living, which would not have happened in New England,” explains interior designer Linda Woodrum. “There would have been small, dark, boxy rooms, but we all know that we are living in this new way where there is this wonderful open space.”
An open great room with lots of space for entertaining was important to this homeowner, so to tie the space together designer Carrie Maniaci focused on wood elements with stainless steel accents. The Italian Olive Ash dining table makes a perfect center piece and is like a work of art.