This modern black-and-white living space in Brooklyn, NY, showcases a wall of framed monochrome photos with an elegant console table in the center. A red velvet armchair brings a pop of color to the space with a decorative throw pillow and plush faux rug beneath.
This gray living room features a gallery wall displayed above a brown wooden console table and a lamp with a base made from a trumpet. A gray sectional provides a cozy spot to relax, while gray, black and white throw pillows add a fun touch. Green and yellow potted succulent plants sit atop the coffee table.
That black-and-white wall treatment actually wraps around the stairs, creating a sense of cohesion between the home's entryway and living room. To make even more use of this unique space, the designers showcased a planter and gold accent on top of a console table.
Playful black and white photography is arranged geometrically to form an accent wall and a focal point in this eclectic living space. Beneath it, a console table holds a vinyl record player, adding vintage flair to the throwback space, which incorporates a mix of modern and Art Deco elements. A gold drum-style coffee table adds glamour and function.
Midcentury influenced lucite benches bring a whimsical texture to the foyer, while black and white wallpaper and a white console table add a geometric and symmetrical statement, creating a sleek and elegant entrance for visitors. An oriental rug brings balance to the room and the splash of red helps keep the flow grounded.
Graphic shapes and global details made this Southeastern Design Showhouse feel very of-the-moment. These folk art-evocative vases with their charming faces and the modern, graphic console table topped with a moody painting in shades of black give this loggia from Mitchell Hill a very on-trend modern-meets-artisanal feel.
Geometry rules the day in this crisp, white entryway with dynamic and dramatic lines. Treads on the winding stairway connect to the wide-plank hardwood floors, grounding the space. Bold black-and-white artwork above the console table mimics the lines of a fun, modern chandelier. High windows bring in loads of natural sunlight, emphasizing the space's openness and airiness.
In a living room where space is at a premium, there may not be enough tabletop surface to add framed photos or treasured objects. To inject personality into a living room without taking up valuable tabletop space, consider a gallery wall grouping. Here, a tall wall features nine oversized black-and-white prints of the family with a steel console placed below to anchor the space. When adding a console table to a living room, stick with a maximum depth of 18 inches to keep from impeding traffic flow.
The homeowners wanted an entry space that really greeted its guests. Designers created a bold accent wall using textures wood paper, and then added layers on top of it. Then, they brought in a console table and black leather stools for charm and a gallery wall of geometric prints add a touch of whimsy to the space, while a skylight lets in natural light, maintaining a clean, bright look.
This stylish living room boasts two navy sectional sofas paired with a set of white and black polka dot armchairs. The wood burning fireplace offers a cozy touch, while two glass lamps sit atop a pair of console tables on either side of the sofas. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide a picturesque view of the mountains.