A long gray sectional is paired with a low glass coffee table and hardwood floors for this contemporary living room. Exposed beams bring a touch of rustic to the space, while white walls keep the room light and airy.
Here's a trick made popular by New York City designers: if you don't have lots of wall space in your living room
but have a large collection of art, consider hanging pieces directly in front of windows that don't offer great views.
Graphic Throw Pillow in Music-Inspired Teen Bedroom
This teen bedroom boasts an urban vibe inspired by a love for music and all things British. A gray graphic throw pillow with the saying, "Normal Is Boring" is positioned in front of the reclaimed wood headboard, while the Union Jack comforter provides a pop of color.
White Urban Bathroom With Green Shower and Floating Vanity
For this small, loft-style powder room, HGTV Star contestant Crisermy Mercado took a minimalist approach and used a neutral color scheme with splashes of bright hues here and there. The floating vanity helps increase square footage and makes the space appear sleeker.
Gallery walls will always be timeless and classic, but interior designers continue to find new ways to decorate spaces above living room sofas. From flags and rugs to oversized art, many options are low cost and involve very little effort.
Light and Bright Loft Living Room With a City View
This loft living room blends an industrial exposed ceiling with modern touches, like the gray L-shaped sofa and a metal sculpture that nearly touches the ceiling. A square brown leather chair offers the perfect view through the room's large windows, allowing a peek at the balcony area and city skyline.
Although the tight living room of Briana and Buzz's Brooklyn loft only has 10-by-12-feet of useable space, it seems open, airy and spacious thanks to a great space plan and a plethora of space saving solutions — some simply practical, others decorative.