The third floor was transformed into this wonderful family room that has something for everyone: a teepee hideout, big sectional in handsome denim blue, a tv and unimposing storage. Skylights flood the space with natural light.
Designers wanted this room to feel both intimate and spacious, so they added funky fabrics to the space. These fabrics add personality to the space, making it feel intimate, while the expansive glass windows allow tons of natural light into the space. That light plays off the vaulted ceilings, making the room feel large.
The devil is in the details in this newly redesigned living room. Designers at Brio Interior Designs wanted to showcase the couple's wanderlust in their home's update, so they included elements of the couple's travels in this Midcentury Modern renovation.
Guess what's one of the most kid-friendly surfaces around? Leather! For the chic living room, the designers created a large leather pouf that's durable and comfy for the homeowners' two young children. The sectional sofa has a polyester covering that's easy to spot clean.
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.