The eclectic design of this charming home extends even to the front door: it's a cheerful pink! Enter the house into the living room where an inspired mix of furniture and black-and-white striped shades wait to welcome you.
Need a clever way to have toys around but also keep them out of sight when guest are around? Try this diy project. Built with basic pine wood this ottoman was given a fashionable cushion top with chain hinges so the inside could be used as toy storage.
This eclectic leaving room features blue vintage-style wallpaper and open wood shelving. The fireplace boasts a cottage-style white paneled surround with a gray mantel. Pops of yellow add fun, bright color to the space.
Matching beautifully, this living space is picture perfect. Blue chairs accent the pale blue wall color. The bright white molding and white area rug help the light colors to stand out among a pastel palette.
The inspiration for the living room came from the classic, Victorian architecture and bay windows that faced the street. A custom light fixture made of blue glass can be seen from the sidewalk. The sofa was a vintage find that was re-upholstered in a velvet orange fabric. A highlight for this room is the custom designed fireplace made out of hot-rolled steel.
This transitional living room is centered around a glass coffee table surrounded by a neutral sofa with nailhead trim and coordinating neutral chairs. A neutral rug breaks up the wooden floor and thin black shelves sit flush against the wall holding books and photographs. An accent pillow with a red design adds a small change in color along with a metallic fabric ottoman.
A wash of blue—in varying shades—and simple, elegant midcentury furniture makes this living room so welcoming and stylish. Along the back wall, an open shelving unit in white provides lots of storage while keeping the mood airy and light.
This small living room was enhanced and visually expanded by covering the walls, trim and ceiling in different shades of seaglass blue tones and using properly-scaled furniture like four chairs instead of a sofa.
A bold-patterned brown damask rug anchors the lighter hues in this transitional living room. A mixture of seating – from an Eames-inspired lounger to a rope swing – feels playful and relaxed. An expert paint job re-created decorative molding on the teal walls.