Modern Living Area With Red Accents and Stunning Skyline View
This modern living space combines kitchen, dining and living rooms by getting rid of the walls, leaving the floor plan wide open. To add some dimension to the area, bold red accents are scattered throughout the space to contrast the white walls and furnishings.
This living room's built-in entertainment center offers up both open and hidden storage options. The television's position in the center of the unit helps it recede into the background when not in use.
For a homeowner with an art collecting passion, clean, neutral walls act as a gallery to show off bold works. The foyer's sleek, geometric console table fits in with the modern aesthetic and doesn't overpower the photograph hanging above it.
The original layout of this Florida apartment separated the dining and kitchen areas, making the home feel dark and cramped. By removing some of the walls, the ocean views can now be enjoyed from the dining table, the barstools in the kitchen and the large living room.
To show off the brilliant colors in the large artwork, this living room keeps an overall neutral color scheme with a few bright accents. Designers chose matte black for the pendant to give it a sculptural feel.
In this petite dining area, a circular dining table is a wise choice, seating up to six with cozy intimacy. The wall art by Miami artist, Latin for Glory, is printed on plexiglass; the colors tie in with the home's coastal location.
To create a seamless, open foyer and camouflage the front and powder room doors, the walls in the entry of this apartment were covered with articulated wood panels with linear etchings. The beige accent wall matches the large photograph.
This stylish living room is surprisingly kid friendly with an easy-to-clean synthetic shag rug and furniture with soft, cushioned corners. The linear panels in the ceiling perform the neat trick of leading the eye out to the sweeping water views.
Red is consistently used throughout this space to break up the room while also tying it together. The bright red contrasts the white walls and sofa, and bare hardwood floor, but it also unifies the space with a common color.