Area rugs can instantly make any outdoor space feel more inviting. To add softness underfoot just outside the door, a patterned indoor-outdoor rug is added. The hues in the rug also tie in with the gray, black, forest-green and cranberry color scheme.
This country-style great room, seen from the dining area, features a rustic round dining table as well as a bar cart and a rustic coffe table atop a neutral patterned area rug. The space also includes a large, white sectional sofa that's placed in front of a wide picture window with floor-length green curtain.
The warm glow of the fireplace steals the eye against the cool tones of this neutral living room. A thick mantel frames the fireplace between two windows with bamboo blinds and beige curtains. The coffee table centered between the furniture features a dainty gold frame and gold tinted glass top.
Neutral sofas with a nailhead trim and simple, sleek wood tables give a timeless and stylish look to this living room. Red-brown tones in the area rug add a warmth to the neutral color palette in the room. Bold throw pillows in bright orange, charcoal gray and a yellow and gray pattern bring pops of color to finish the space.
Either breakfast with family or an intimate dinner party are both at home in this in-kitchen dining nook. Adding to the space's appeal is a large yellow-and-blue modern art painting, and the room is crowned by a funky, brass-toned lighting fixture.
In the master bathroom, touches of wood everywhere create a warm, rustic feel enhanced by the Oriental rug on the floor and the soft brown countertop and tiles in the shower. The large mirror visually helps to open up the room and raise the ceiling.
Cobalt-blue Moroccan-inspired rugs line this transitional hallway, adding color and style to the neutral space. The rugs also help to soften the hardwood floors, ensuring the space feels inviting and homey.
A nautical blue-and-white striped rug anchors this neutral dining room, setting the tone for the rest of the decor. The long, white-washed buffet table balances the large built-in china cabinet on the opposite wall for a symmetrical appearance.
The living room shows off the apartment's amazing views of the Dallas Design Center and North Dallas. The furnishings are neutral and durable, and serve as a springboard for hints of color like the dark blue pillows.