As seen on HGTV’s Property Brothers, Jonathan and Drew Scott designed this living room to match the homeowner’s bright personality. The original cement flooring was stained a warmer color and dark gray paint was added to the walls, while the one wood-clad wall was kept as a feature. The large metal storage unit resembles an old set of lockers, which brings an industrial feel to the space. Two vintage side chairs and an old leather sofa were reupholstered in bright colors and prints, and a star-shaped light bulb installation was mounted on the wall as a finishing touch.
A kids' climbing wall and a bedroom bedecked with frolicking foxes blend to create a vibrant, whimsical home for a family with young kids. The house also features an indoor swing and a children's teepee. White walls throughout the house turn each pop of color into a fun focal point.
Stylish Living Space Flows Into Sophisticated Study
With a mix of different design elements, this stunning home can best be described as eclectic. Looking from the living room into the library/study, you get both a punch of vibrant color and the soothing, neutral tones of hardwood and leather. Accessories make the space feel both adorned and personal, and all the sitting areas seem comfortable and inviting.
Eclectic Living Room With Turquoise Walls and Red Design Accents
HGTV's Design Star judge Candice Olson complimented this design said, "First impressions are everything in the visual word of design. The moment you enter this apartment you feel the wow factor." The eclectic vibe of this living room features a traditional gray sofa, two-toned turquoise walls, a plush red coffee table and ottoman, and a wooden swing seat. The floral patterned brown and white rug adds depth to the design.
Blown glass chandeliers, acrylic chairs and a row of cosmic pendants bring a feeling of lightness to this open, modern loft. Carved from the top floor of a century-old St. Louis warehouse, the 7,500-square-foot loft features 18-foot ceilings, original arched windows and industrial elements like exposed brick, concrete columns and metal piping. The open concept design is ideal for entertaining.
Touches of whimsy keep this dark, traditional study from taking itself seriously. A modern, ethereal photograph is juxtaposed with collected antiquities displayed on rough-hewn shelves. A contemporary take on a Greek key pattern is playful when paired with a Louis XIV fauteuil chair.
Dark hardwood floors ground this eclectic dining room, while a a stunning gold ceiling inlay and chandelier add glamour to the space. A formal dining table is surrounded by a mix of slipcovered chairs and traditional wingback chairs.