The upper level of this funky home contains a sitting area. The entire space is covered in teal, adding bold, bright color. To warm the space, a slender band of windows surrounds the space, letting in natural light.
A plush sofa and twin armchairs provide comfortable seating in this sitting room. Light wood paneled walls stretch up to the ceiling and encase the windows. A green marble fireplace keeps the space cozy and inviting.
The sitting area in the master bedroom suite as seen at the home of Peter and Anne Chung which was renovated by Team Jonathan on season 1 of HGTV's Brother vs. Brother. This sitting area is a soothing space that combines maroon and blue to create a home oasis.
On the opposite side of the playroom, another set of original wood doors opens to reveal a sitting room that is swathed in the same bold teal as the playroom. In this space, a window provides natural light, while brightly colored pillows add splashes of color, and unique details, such as the fur rug and cattle skull on the wall create a stylish, eclectic space.
Rows of French doors stretch all along the backside of the house opening onto this breezy, casual living area and making it simple to join the indoors with the backyard. Marble columns help set off the sitting room and are a crisp contrast to the luxurious gray marble floors.
A peaceful and relaxing sitting area with a soft gray color palette is accented with natural wooden details. The contemporary dresser adds to the traditional feel of the space while the patterned pillow and gray throw complete the cozy feel.
This traditional sitting room has a fireplace with an arch detail that is mimicked in the ceiling arch. The gray armchair gives this space a touch of updated style, while keeping the traditional look of the space.