Bubblegum pink and baby blue are often associated with juvenile spaces, but if you get the mix of elements right, it can fit almost any age group or style. Here, molded plastic chairs in a muted shade of robin's-egg blue are a bit more grown up than baby blue, and a toned-down shade of bubblegum pink is introduced with grommeted drapery panels.
Neutral Transitional Living Room With Globe 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.
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Living Room: Lake Hayes Home in Queenstown, New Zealand
This spacious, formal living room features plush carpet and elegant traditional furnishings. A delicate glass pendant light reflects off the contemporary steel fireplace surround, adding industrial flair to the space. Just beyond the living area, stacked sliding doors open up to a striking view of Lake Hayes at dusk.
A comfy sofa and fun hanging egg chair offer plenty of seating in this spacious living room as well as prime angles to view the wall-mounted TV over the fireplace. Exposed beams hug the ceiling, adding character and architectural interest.
The custom-built cabinet not only provides storage, but it also doubles as a dog bed. A comfortable armchairs pairs with a sleek side table and Moroccan pouf for a cozy reading spot in the master bedroom.
This dining room comfortably seats 10 in laid-back style with a simple wood table, benches at the head and foot and a wrought-iron chandelier. Dinner party guests will delight in the wine refrigerator.
Cozy Transitional Breakfast Nook in Open Floor Plan Kitchen Space With Marble Countertop Bar Seating
Upholstered chairs match the plaid cushion and blue floral throw pillows padding the built in window bench creating the quintessential, cozy breakfast nook feel. The wood table compliments wood elements used throughout the open floor design including barstools lined at the marble-topped kitchen island. Pendant lights over the island are leveled with the lamp shade chandelier above the breakfast table.
A large bay window with a cushioned window seat brings in ample natural light to fill this small living area. A plush sofa and upholstered armchair provide additional seating for guests to enjoy drinks and conversation.
Rugged woods from the exposed beams to hardwood floors bring a rustic quality to this bright, airy living space. A long buffet provides storage space for the dining area, as well a spot for serving food when entertaining.
Mixed patterns help cultivate a lively, playful energy in this multipurpose family room. Blue accents bring cool color to the room, and a lion's head art piece adds an unexpected touch of fun and fierceness.
Transitional Dining Room Features Stone Wall and Wood Ceiling
A stone wall and rough-hewn ceiling beams add and Old World sensibility to this transitional dining room. The neutral palette is dressed up with colorful artwork and plush navy-blue dining chairs. Wine storage built in to the room makes choosing the right vintage for meals a snap.
The designers of this family residence used white walls and neutral furniture—gray and white in the living room—to create a peaceful foundation. Accessories bring in bright pops of color and they're easy to change up for a whole new look!
Every decision, from the floor stain to the accessories, was meant to keep this house feeling open and fresh. In the living room, pops of robin's egg blue and yellow make a cheery contrast with the crisp white walls.