Vintage curved white leather chairs are spunky seating in a living room by designer Perry Walter. There's a play of pattern and vibrant hues of turquoise, marine blue, palm green and accents of tangerine. The pouf is made of white Moroccan leather.
Colors that might not seem to work well in theory actually blend wonderfully in this setting. Here, the room's turquoise walls and the black-and-white-striped couch add whimsy and charm to this eclectically furnished living room.
This living room is dressed in orange and turquoise tones, incorporating furniture into its overall aesthetic. An orange and white patterned ottoman is placed in front of a turquoise and white couch on which is coordinating orange and turquoise accent pillows.
In this white and turquoise living room, an oversized turquoise ottoman is positioned inside the plush white sectional, which is accented by white and turquoise decorative pillows. The windows in the room are partially hidden by striped blue and cream curtains.
The living room fuses function and form in a contemporary loft-like design by creating separate spaces within the large room. A stencil is used to create a dramatic feature wall, where a half-circle couch is the perfect spot for hanging out.
Interior designer Abbe Fenimore plays with a turquoise, neon yellow and gray color palette in this cheerful living room. A soft blue modular sofa shines with electric neon pillows atop it. A slate-gray wall is the perfect backdrop to this living area's bright shades.
Turquoise walls add a bold punch of color to this transitional formal living room. A pair of elegant patterned armchairs and matching ottoman provide a cozy sitting area by the fireplace, and a plush daybed brings additional seating to the space.
This transitional living room's soft, neutral color palette makes the space feel warm, inviting and relaxing. A turquoise coffee table and pillows in varying shades of blue keep the space lively and fresh.
When designed smartly, open concept floor plans can still include multiple living spaces that hold unique character while also blending into the whole. Here, neutral walls keep the background out of the picture, letting the spaces be defined by the color schemes of their furnishings and art. Pops of turquoise and coral work to tie the spaces together in a seamless manner.
"The eclectic contrast of color, pattern, even the mix of modern and traditional, gives this apartment character, personality and soul," said HGTV Design Star judge Candice Olson. The split wall is painted with a light blue on top and a darker turquoise on bottom. The plush red, pillow-like coffee table is a unique piece that highlights the room's red accents. The brown and white area rug brings a larger floral pattern to the room of solids.