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Transitional Living Room With Wrought Iron Chandelier and Whitewashed Fireplace
This living room features a whitewashed fireplace with a dark wood mantle. White ceramic vases sit on top of the mantle, while a mirror hangs above. A natural wood coffee table and sisal area rug are positioned in front of a tan sofa with colorful pillows. A wrought iron chandelier provides a finishing touch.
A square, wooden dining table offers a nice view while comfortably seating eight guests. The apartment's floor plan influenced the design of the dining space as an intimate space within the open layout. Custom mirrors visually highlight the dining area and reflect light, the beautiful outdoor views and the sculptural pendant light.
Contemporary White Living Room with Exposed Ceiling Beams
Fixer Upper host Joanna Gaines ultimately opted to keep the ceiling beams which, with the new bright white interior, tie in nicely with the newly added trim. The fresh motif and added light make the room feel much larger.
A keeping room-style sitting area featuring a stone fireplace, flat-screen TV and wine bar provides a spot for family and friends to gather in an open kitchen. Contemporary furnishings balance the more traditional style of the wine bar and contrasting walnut china cabinet.
What interior designer's home would be complete without a meeting room? Equipped with three gold bookshelves and a large conference table, this space easily allows Raegan Ford to conduct meetings with clients, sketch or plan her next big project.
Lattice-inspired wallpaper and a large floral painting animate this boho-tropical dining room. Pink throw pillows add the perfect pop of color, while all-white furniture and mixed seating feels fresh and lively.
A fresh white living room gets a rustic backdrop for the television out of unfinished wood paneling. It stands out all the more strikingly against the white walls, its natural color picked up by the shades.
A cozy white sectional pairs with a sleek gray coffee table and neutral floor poufs to create a comfortable space for friends and family to relax. A textured gray rug grounds the space, while exposed wood beams bring in a rustic vibe overhead.
Woven baskets in this family room are perfectly for stowing away toys or books for quick clean up. For a personal touch, as well as design contrast, a large horse portrait fills the wall behind the sectional.