Beautiful iron chandeliers pull the eye upward in this Spanish-style living room, drawing attention to the tall ceiling and helping to create an airy, spacious feel. Furniture in shades of brown and beige grounds the space, and patterned pillows on the sofa provide a splash of color.
A large built-in bookshelf blends into the beige paint of the walls and ceiling of this living room. Colorful furniture adds life to the middle of the room; including a gray sofa with nailhead trim, a mustard yellow armchair with a red floral design and a leather coffee table with red legs.
This open plan living space boasts white tile floors illuminates by recessed lighting. A white leather sofa is positioned in front of a taupe accent wall, while a striped area rug provides a fun touch. Adjacent to the living room is a kitchen with white leather stools arranged at the island area.
Metal patio chairs and sofas provide ample seating on this formal stone patio. The client wanted outdoor living space for entertaining, and the fire pit is the exact feature they were looking for. A blue throw blanket and decorative pillow provide enhanced contrast against the beige and orange palette of the stone and furnishings.
A geometric rug provides a pattern base to decorate the solid surfaces and neutral tones of this transitional living room. A brown leather sofa and taupe chairs face a wood coffee table with wrought iron legs. Sheer curtains add decoration to the windows while still allowing natural light to enter the room.
A piano resides in one corner of this living room which uses neutral and white tones. A sofa and two coordinating chairs are upholstered in a beige fabric, while the other living room furniture including a sideboard, two stools, built-in shelving and fireplace are featured in all white.
To create a space with plenty of seating for guests, Chip and Joanna, hosts of HGTV's Fixer Upper, brought in a large sofa and two stylish chairs. To modernize the space, beige walls replaced outdated wallpaper and industrial details add a unique twist on a modern design. Yellow pillows and metallic lamps add a unique touch of color.
Class meets comfort in this sitting area. Beige walls are the perfect backdrop for the gently hued sofa, which almost looks platinum. The clean-lined lamp and simple accessories have a calming effect, while the flokati rug and pillows give the sense of luxury. Modern art and a beautifully designed coffee table complete the living room.
Bamboo blinds and beige floor-length curtains all for total natural light control in this cozy living room. A soft blue sofa compliments the light tones of the room design and matches the blue stripes on the wood framed arm chairs. The furniture faces a gold framed coffee table over a large floral area rug. A thick fireplace surround is fitting to the grounded, traditional style of the room.
In the sitting room, Chip and Joanna, hosts of HGTV's hit show Fixer Upper, blended a modern design with industrial details to create this unique space. The wainscoting was removed in the space and the walls were painted a warm beige, while modern slate floors, a clean, white sofa and simple, linen curtains finish the modern design. To bring stylish storage into the space, Joanna added industrial cabinets and shelving to complete the room.
Comfort and convenience define this contemporary sitting room, designed by TriplePoint Design Build, with its built-in cabinetry and minimalist furnishings. Continuing the neutral color scheme defined for this home, the space features a small couch, interesting multicolor art and an hourglass-style floor lamp with drum shade. The wood floor is partially covered by a area rug in a brown and beige circular design. For convenience sake, a bathroom has been included adjacent to the room.
Just off the kitchen and dining area, the new sitting room has modern slate floors and simple, gray linen window treatments. The home's original wainscoting was removed, modernizing the space, and the walls were painted a warm beige. To add contrast to the room, Joanna brought in bright yellow pillows and shiny, metallic lamps and tables, while a white picket gate with the work "family" attached to it hangs above the cozy, white sofa, softening the space.
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The effective layout of this space gives it the full functionality of a non-studio apartment. Offset from the bedroom, the sofa faces the back wall creating an intimate seating area of its own. A cubicle shelf unit serves as a simple room divider between the living room and bedroom. Small, sleek accessories and decor make the space visually appealing while keeping it from appearing cluttered or busy. Tip: Use warm colors, like orange and taupe, to make the room look cozy without feeling dark. Design by HGTV fan bearkelley