This cozy master bedroom features a stone fireplace, which designer Susan Brunstrum accentuated by keeping the furnishings simple and the colors monochromatic. The dark wood of the mantel complements the woodwork in the room and the shutters Brunstrum employed to keep the sun at bay. The upholstered, French-style armchairs are lovely accents pieces in front of the fireplace.
This bedroom earns a touch of the outdoors with sliding glass cherry wood doors that lead to the patio area. A carved wooden armchair with a plaid cushion and red pillow sits in the corner, while a taupe faux fur throw adds softness to the white bed linens. A black and white framed photo hangs over the bed.
A small kitchen niche doesn't have to be used as a breakfast nook. A pair of transitional print armchairs and a white side table create a comfortable sitting area for guests to relax in style in this kitchen nook. A deep purple rug is the key to the design as it anchors the space, defining it as separate from the rest of the kitchen.
A gray sofa and metal armchairs are positioned around a rustic round wood coffee table, which provides extra storage in the living room at the 2012 HGTV Green Home. A bold, multicolored art piece adds vibrant color to the room's neutral and gray palette. Lime green accent pillow pull from colors in the artwork for additional color in the space.
This bold living room design is anchored in jewel tones with several more neutral pieces that complement the design. The space is a jack-of-all-trades entertaining space, with a sofa and leather armchairs agains the back wall, a wine bar off to the side and a dining table and chairs in the front of the space, giving the homeowners the perfect place to host a gathering.
The homeowners wanted a light, bright, open space, so designers started with a neutral color palette to reflect the natural light let into the space from the windows and French doors on each side of the fireplace. Then, they brought in soft, luxurious fabrics that cover the headboard and footboard, the bed linens, sofa and armchair. Modern furnishings and a geometric rug finish off the design.
Just off the kitchen, the keeping room is a great place to relax, chat with the cook or enjoy views of the pool. Creamy whites and soft blues mix for a welcoming, airy space, which pairs a tufted sofa and ottoman with armchairs featuring nailhead trim. Built-in bookshelves are artfully decorated to highlight the homeowners' collection of pretty accessories and art.
A gray-brown sectional faces a pair of neutral armchairs with nailhead trim finish in this inviting living room. An area rug covers the majority of the floor space blending the open floor section in the middle of the room with the rest of the design. Patterned curtains add a touch of yellow accent echoed subtly in the mix of throw pillows.
An open floor plan townhouse has a seamless flow from the kitchen to the living and dining rooms. Bringing beach-inspired texture to the space is an accent wall that looks like clapboard siding. Contemporary green armchairs and Ghost dining chairs modernize the rooms, while weathered woods on the dining table and media console add a rustic note.
This eclectic room works as a dining room or a game room with a multipurpose, black felt pool table as the centerpiece. Two large black velvet armchairs cap the ends of the table with smaller, green leather-upholstered chairs lining the sides. A neutral and black wallpaper pattern swirls throughout the room, creating a nice pattern contrast to the animal print rug.
This living room features an all-over white and gray palette paired with pops of vibrant red, blue and yellow. Two charcoal armchairs are positioned in front of a fireplace along with a light gray sofa and an oval tufted royal blue leather ottoman. A square glass coffee table sits at the center with two red leather chairs at one side.
Above the family room, a skylight brings in loads of natural light, making it unnecessary to use additional light fixtures during the daytime, but recessed lighting is available when the light is not sufficient. To keep the space clutter-free, built-in cabinets and shelves store books and personal treasures. Brown leather armchairs and a gray leather sofa offer comfortable, durable seating for the whole family.
A view into the dining room showcases bold zebra-printed draperies in orange. A rustic dining table made from reclaimed wood is surrounded by rattan and eucalyptus wood chairs, two slipcovered armchairs and a Colonial hand-rubbed black bench with caning for a variety of seating options. A polished nickel chandelier provides soft lighting above the dining area and adds a touch of glamour to the space.
At the core of Rayman’s design aesthetic are an array of cultural influences, combined into a coherent visual statement. In this bedroom nook, Chinoiserie drapery depicts a series of Japanese scenes. A Greek bust sits atop a Chinese-style console table. And an armchair gets an update in fabric designed by Kelly Wearstler. Mastery of the mix is what makes everything work together seamlessly.
Neutral, solid tones mute the patterned carpet and blend it beautifully into the room. A large tufted headboard stretches up from layers of pillows feature two navy pillows complimenting the blue tone in the carpet. An upholstered bench at the foot of the bed matches the armchair and ottoman positioned in the natural light of the window trio. A spherical chandelier combines traditional style with contemporary intrigue.
A contemporary gray sofa and modern leather and wood armchair combine to create a lively eclectic sitting space for this office. A futuristic c-shaped side table works with a transitional floor lamp, tree stump side table and assorted textured throw pillows bringing understated surprise, whimsy and style. The green accent wall brightens the space while balancing the copper tones of the animal hide area rug.
Spending time in this contemporary bedroom, which uses updated elements like mirror-topped dressers, a built-in bookshelf and armchair with ottoman to add to the luxury, feels like a getaway at home. Contrasting solid and textured surfaces in light and dark neutral tones combine in a chic and elegant way to create a calm design.
The low light and rich tones of this dining area create an intimate look and feel. A buffet flush with the wall serves as a wet bar while a pair of lamps on each end contribute light and illuminate the wall art. Two dark, neutral armchairs with tufted backs provide cozy and sophisticated seating around the rich wood table. The focal point of the design is an eye-catching chandelier with yellow petal-like stems.