This transitional living room features a gorgeous built-in window seat with a blue cushion and several decorative pillows. Neutral curtains and wood plank walls frame the seat, while the rest of the living room features neutral furniture, blue accents and a sisal rug, giving the space a coastal vibe.
Framed sand dollars make for a unique piece of minimal art while also adding a subtle coastal element. Flower arrangements with lots of greenery provide a single pop of color in this beige-toned dining room. The beaded chandelier, jute vases and bamboo Roman shades introduce tactile texture so the room doesn't feel flat.
Library lights spotlight object art and beloved books in the family room while a marble fireplace offers the perfect excuse to sit and relax. Cool blue tones flow from the piece above the mantle, inspiring this laid-back palette.
From dreary and dated to calm and sophisticated, designers restored the neoclassical plaster work in the living room to reveal a luxurious, yet comfortable space. They removed the old fireplace that was dark and too heavy for the space and replaced it with a monolithic slab of real marble and a fully functioning fireplace that is light and inviting. The room’s lower ceiling lends the space an intimate feel that is enhanced by the absence of a television, putting the emphasis in this space on face-to-face family time.
The neutral color palette in this space gives this living room a bright, inviting feel, while darker tones on the sofas and the curtains help to make the space feel intimate, and with the absence of a television, this space is the perfect place for the family to gather for some face time.
To create a focal point and help warm the space, a decorative wood mantel and Spanish tile hearth were installed around the fireplace. This elegant feature complements the exposed beams and makes the living room feel more like home.
A storage sideboard fills the wall between the kitchen and dining area, offering space for media storage, shoes and more. An original painting by one of the room's designers, Shauna Williams, creates a high-end, art gallery feel, as seen on HGTV's "Flipping the Block."
Sliding doors and flowing curtains open up the interior living spaces to the elegant gardens and views of Lake Lugano. Classic architecture from the columns and tray ceilings to the archways and built-in shelves set the tone for this Mediterranean home design. A trio of navy sofas paired with a traditional rug centers the living room.
The open concept design between the kitchen and dining room allows the homeowners to have two separate spaces that could connect if they desired. A kitchen island with seating for four is located in close proximity to the large dining room table, so both spaces or either could be used for entertaining.
Large windows lining the walls of this dining room create a gorgeous view and backdrop for the room. Plus green seat cushions pad chairs angled into small circular tables for an intimate environment. Red-brown stone flooring adds warmth to the design and compliments wood details on the wall.
Light from the bay window captures the brights and classy design in this living room. Linen curtains blend beautifully with the neutral sofa, chaise and arm chairs. Polished surfaces and metallic details offer a fitting reflective quality. Yellow patterned throw pillows add a touch of color.