With its own fireplace, a flat-screen TV and plenty of space, the home's master bedroom feels grand and luxurious. Light walls and beige carpet pair with dark furniture, creating contrast and interest within the space.
This stairway has undergone a complete facelift, as seen on HGTV's Flip or Flop. Dingy green walls were covered with a clean neutral tone and dark wood replaced an ugly beige carpet for a fresh contemporary look.
The large amount of space in this elegant bedroom allows for a comfortable seating area. Tufted love seats are situated by a lucite table, and the window behind is framed with a lovely gold curtain. A neutral dresser is brought to life with mirrored drawers, and beige carpet unites the room.
Storage space allows this play area to stay organized, keeping this family room open and inviting. The white and yellow walls create a bright atmosphere and allow the bright colors from the toys and kid-themed art to pop. Beige carpet softens the floor next to the lovely light wood hallway.
The color of royalty flies in the face of the all-too-typical white-wall approach in a bedroom. Instead of patterned drapes and beige carpeting or an area rug, turn to the walls and bed to highlight your love of color. Combining dark and light purples keeps this space fresh and fun.
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.
This quaint coastal dining room features a natural wood table with tufted red leather chairs. Beige textured carpet, white walls and a white ceiling with exposed beams create a bright surrounding. Yellow place mats add a splash of color with the sunset wall art.
A window lets in the perfect amount of natural light to frame this sitting area. Beige curtains surround the window and compliment the neutral tone of the carpet. A blue chevron blanket and a patterned pillow decorate the arm chair for a relaxed but stylish look. A cube leather ottoman with thick stitching and a small metallic table add texture to the area.
This living room's walls are painted a creamy beige hue to provide a serene backdrop for this meditative space. The furnishings are an eclectic mix of old and new, including a nineteenth century Buddha, a transitional beige armchair and an antique Oushak carpet.
Experience high style in an urban setting in this Kathie Chrisicos-designed living room. The room is softly appointed in shades of cream, beige and taupe with artwork and accessories that project pops of color. The patterned carpet is an unexpected yet exquisite addition to the room.
This transitional bedroom boasts a color palette that mimics its gorgeous ocean view. Neutral walls and carpet create the perfect backdrop for the blue and taupe striped bedding and coordinating headboards.
Dark blue and taupe make for a pleasing and restful color combination for this contemporary master bedroom. The room's focal point is the platform bed and headboard that duplicates the color of the carpeting for a blended effect.
Not only is it difficult to concentrate on one's work with this fabulous view of Boston within sight but the furnishings in this home office also reflect a calm, relaxing air. The gray desk chair and love seat complement the taupe walls and carpet, while the colorful, contemporary paintings project color and airiness simultaneously.
Prior to the makeover, this master bedroom was in contractor-grade condition, from its neutral carpet to the beige paint on its walls. Taking inspiration from its colorful abstract art, the room received a new identity with shades of blue accented with fire-engine red. The paper lantern light fixtures add lightness to this otherwise masculine bedroom.
Don't think of beige as boring — think of it as a blank canvas. Look for geometric rugs in bright colors to punch up your bland carpet. If you can't settle on a hue, designer Holly Marsh suggest to "start with a color or a toy that makes you feel happy. You'd be surprised how far that one element can take you."