Designer Joan Grabel added a bold red accent wall, which makes the basalt fountain the focal point of the tranquil space. A privacy lattice fence, tiled floor and large shade trees complete this contemporary patio.
An advantage of installing recessed "eyeball" lights is the ease with which they can be focused on any part of the room you're trying to draw attention. In this rich bedroom retreat, smaller recessed lights are used around the entire room, along with hidden accent lights above the headboard and antique bedside sconces to create a soft, ambient feel.
On season seven of HGTV Design Star, the contestants were each asked to design a yurt. Contestant Danielle's finished space has a warm, collected feel with a contemporary edge. "She left no area completely unattended to...that's the biggest thing in this room that makes it a success," judge Genevieve Gorder said.
A vivid hue of red, showcased in the custom rug and artwork, warms this modern living and dining area, which features bright white walls. Sliding glass doors flood the space with natural light for a bright, airy atmosphere.
We love the luxurious Hollywood Regency vibe in this living room thanks to the mix of traditional and midcentury modern elements. The elegant chandelier and tufted wall panels lend a luxurious look, while the sleek chrome chairs upholstered in red velvet keep the space from looking too stuffy.
The white walls and bed linens brighten up the dark hardwood flooring of this contemporary bedroom. Two matching red chairs, along with a red wood dresser, provide a bright color contrast.The rug and fur throw pillows add texture to the room, and the horizontal stripes of the wall-mounted fabric headboard extend the length of the wall.
Soft grays and white keep the feel in this contemporary living room light and bright, while red accents bring fun pops of energy. The large fireplace and elegant wood floors warm up the room literally and visually.