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Teal Game Room With Hanging Beds
Relax and play in ultimate comfort in this game room designed in shades of teal. Large double doors open out onto an outdoor patio space while indoors has a Ping-Pong table and luxurious hanging daybeds on which to relax.
Kristen was able to give her modest 10-by-12-foot living room a high-energy, sophisticated look by sticking with flea markets for staple pieces, then updating them with color. The walls were painted a dark blue tone from Benjamin Moore called Black Horizon. "I love using dark colors to create backdrops for my pieces," she says. "The canary yellow bamboo chair and the pair of turquoise end tables really pop against the blue. Plus, the navy blue makes my abstract art look even better!"
Traditional Sitting Space With Baby Blue Wall, Built In Bookshelf and Upholstered White Chair With Soft Floral Pattern
A pale blue wall creates a soft and soothing background for this simple and elegant display. The in-wall bookshelf is a light neutral shade and decorated with organized, personal style. A dainty white chair features a light floral patterned upholstery with a zebra print pillow for a subtle contemporary touch.
A large blue sofa turns the corner in this deep navy living room. Alternating neutral and blue pillows line the sofa for a checkerboard effect. A blue-and-white spotted rug complements the color scheme, and an acrylic-topped wood coffee table catches light from the window.
Contemporary Blue Living Room with Dark Wood Floors
The original hardwood floors were damaged in places so, once old carpeting and laminate flooring were removed, new flooring in dark finish was installed throughout the first floor for a uniform and sophisticated look. New drywall is painted in pale, powder blue, offering a pleasing contrast with the dark floors and stained trim around the cased opening.
Fixer Upper hosts Joanna and Chip Gaines transformed this living room by opening up the space, creating a better flow into the dining room. By moving the air conditioner to the attic they were able to open up the hallway behind the wall and move the door from the dining area to the living room. The original hardwood floors were kept and refinished, and a window in the dining room was replaced with French doors.
This is a space where the client goes to sit and read to her youngest son, curl up in a chair near the fire or have guests over for a glass of wine. The room was designed to feel approachable and comfortable, but luxurious and playful.
Navy Blue Family Room With Fireplace and Animal Horns
A glass-front fireplace is the focal point of this navy midcentury modern family room, which also features a seating area with brown armchairs, sofa and coffee table. Decorative animal horns create an additional focal point.
Fresh Home Office With Built-In Bookshelf and Coastal-Inspired Decor
This light and bright home office features a neutral built-in bookshelf that blends into the similarly-hued wood plank walls. Various vases and books line the shelf, giving the space a coastal look. A neutral upholstered armchair is positioned at a wood desk, while a white vase of flowers adds a simple finishing touch.
Traditional Living Room With Coffered Ceiling and Curved Sectional Sofa
This light and bright living room features soft neutral and teal tones throughout with dark brown wood accents, like the built-in bookshelves, serving as a contrast. A set of French doors and a bay window allow natural light to filter into the space, while a curved neutral sectional sofa offers a cozy place for relaxing.
Contemporary Home Office With Industrial Influence Featuring Metal Desk, Open Shelving and Untreated Wood Cabinets
A vibrant blue and turquoise rug shines agains the wood and black details of the room while complimenting the powder blue shade of the walls. Painted black drawers add additional storage above and below the untreated wood cabinets for a strip-like effect. A metal framed book shelf fits perfectly within the cabinet set up and matched the industrial, metal desk.