Baby blue walls are a soft background allowing the bold hunter green marble countertop to stand out in the bright bathroom. White subway tile surrounds the tub and continues into the open door shower. Wood cabinetry pops between the dark countertop and dark gray floor tiles.
Cherry wood walls create a warm feel in this modern space. Cabinets blend into the wall creating a smooth look. Small blue and green tile decorates the wall behind the vanity. A neutral countertop matches the neutral tile flooring.
This open floor plan connects the dining room, living room and kitchen, creating a family-friendly space that's truly the heart of the home. A comfortable gray sectional pairs with a sleek wood coffee table in the cozy living space, while a blue-green rug defines the area.
A multi-colored floor runner leads visitors into the heart of the home, stopping just before a green console table. With the brilliant blue ocean framed in the window above, the architects effectively created a vignette that the owners could enjoy even when its too cold to swim.
TriplePoint Design Build designed this living space to showcase the view out the floor-to-ceiling windows. Colors and furnishings were kept subtle and neutral so that the blues and greens of the outdoors would pop in the room. This contemporary look is nontraditional but comfortable and stylish nonetheless.
A beautiful living room with walls and cabinetry in a crisp white creates a calming canvas and nice contrast to the walnut hardwood flooring. Lively punch of tangerine in the upholstered chairs and kelly green merged with varying shades of cobalt and indigo blues create a delightful space.
Wood cabinets at the bottom of the vanity space add warmth to the bright, white look of this bathroom. A modern floating toilet blends with the white walls. Neutral tile covers the floor while the long, thin tile of the backsplash adds green and blue hues for a breath of color.
Architects elevated the low profile of this ranch home with high, vaulted ceilings and lots of natural light coming in through skylights and floor-to-ceiling windows. In the dining room, the design influence was the nearby Pacific Ocean with blue-green watercolor wallpaper and a sea glass-inspired chandelier.
This colorful dining room features a mid-century modern white table and vibrant orange chairs with blue, green and yellow carpet tiles underneath. Hardwood floors are visible throughout the remaining space, while a bench seat with storage is located next to the window area, making it the perfect spot for enjoying natural light.
From the workspace to the eat-in kitchen, every inch of this eclectic condo serves a purpose. Notice, too, how designer Caitlin Murray used different colors -- peach for the living room, blue for the kitchen, green for the bathroom, etc. -- to both enliven and define the open floor plan.
A built-in bar leads to a glass-enclosed wine cellar that's separated from the room's seating area by a high-gloss piano, turning this Los Angeles living room into a nighttime hotspot. A gray sectional sofa provides ample seating. Bright shots of blue and green pop against neutral walls and floors.
A large green rug covers most of the hardwood flooring in this coastal-themed living room, which has a bay of arched windows, two wicker armchairs, sofa with blue pillows, and a fabric coffee table. Eight cut-out shelves on a long white wall add an interesting architectural detail that reflects the large window.
The owners of this 1918 Craftsman home wanted a front yard and porch that would be instantly welcoming. The original exterior's green stucco was switched out to navy blue siding that paired handsomely with the home's cream-colored trim. For a cohesive look from yard to porch, designers used planters painted the same pale gray as the chairs and porch floor. Chairs, faux tile floor and flower pot paint color: Sherwin Williams Silver Plate
Dining room chairs with a unique geometric design were chosen and upholstered in a shade of blue inspired by the Mediterranean Sea. The fabric adds bright color to the neutral walls and beige tile flooring. A floral arrangement serves as the table’s centerpiece and green hurricanes with a circular pattern continue the geometric design of the space.
A cast oval inset of seashells around the perimeter of the ceiling helps distract the eye from the room's square contours. A curvilinear sofa in pale blue and green cotton adds to the fluidity. The over-mantel mirror from Dennis & Leen reflects light back into the space. Terrazzo floors are kept bare throughout the house for coolness.
Neutral floor tile and vertical gray half wall tile in the shower join the thin blue and green backsplash tile border and the gray and white countertop for a pleasing mix of texture and finish in this bathroom. A glass door separates the shower from the vanity, perfect for the light and airy look of the design.
This beautiful kitchen features a large island with a neutral quartzite countertop that serves as an ideal surface for food preparation. Oval-backed ghost stools positioned on one side of the island provide the perfect space for casual dining, while a green and blue mosaic backsplash adds an ocean-like touch. Wood grain porcelain tiles cover the floors.
In the upstairs living area, David and Kortney used a soft blue wall color to make the space feel colorful and inviting, as well as make it feel separate from the first floor's living spaces. To help the two separate designs mesh, Kortney brought in green accents, keeping the home's individual spaces complimentary to each other.