A southwestern fireplace is a stunning focal point in this contemporary, white living room. Bright blue club chairs surround a snakeskin ottoman, making a chic and comfortable sitting area in front of the fireplace. A contemporary bubble-like chandelier
To add energy and visual interest to its neutral palette, this living room makes compelling use of different shapes. A orb-like chandelier hovers above the blocky coffee table. On the mantel, a collection of vases shows off graceful curves.
White plaster Christmas trees are featured in the breakfast room designed by Meredith McBrearty Interiors for the 2017 Home for the Holidays Designer Showhouse in Atlanta. The trees are on an iconic white Knoll Saarinen tulip table.
A powder room in the 2017 Home for the Holidays Designer Showhouse bathroom space was inspired by the “Swan Lake” wallpaper by Nina Campbell for Osborne & Little. Designer Clary Bosbyshell said she wanted to pull out the hot pink colors as seen in the towels and flowers. The white plaster sconces are custom made by Julie Neill Designs.
In the guest bedroom, designers chose to accentuate the room's unique shape by lining furniture up along the length of the space. Then, to make the room feel larger, they brought in simple furniture and decor, keeping with a neutral color palette to accentuate the tall ceilings and take advantage of the natural light let in through the windows.
To make the room feel even more warm and welcoming, designer Barbara Vail layered the space with her client's vast book collection. With their spines arranged by color and size, the novels easily enliven the white walls.
Storage isn't a problem in this kitchen. Glass-front upper cabinets, open shelving and a full-size pantry opposite the Sub-Zero fridge offer style and storage. Contemporary track lighting against a paneled ceiling draw the eye upward in the narrow space.
Just down the hall sits a formal dining room steeped in midcentury modern style, with a Sputnik light fixture and large square table. Blue armchairs anchor either side of the room and echo the hues in the framed artwork.
Opposite the sofa, two sapphire blue armchairs denote a more formal sitting area for entertaining guests. When paired with a copper side table and high-gloss pillows, the gems make an especially chic statement.
With clean white walls, soft natural light and a spacious rug underfoot, the living room of this historic Cambridge, Mass., home is at once bright and ethereal. Patterned pillows add subtle visual interest to the sofa, as well as encourage rest and relaxation with man's best friend.