In the living room makeover, designer Heather Hogan Roberts incorporated bursts of blue. She also took cues from fashion, such as using African beads that the homeowner purchased previously at a antique market to accessorize a console table, instead of an outfit.
A classic powder room features a white subway-tile wall, a sleek console sink with metal legs, and a chrome-accented mirror and sconces. Bright blue walls offer a welcome, colorful contrast to all the white tile and accents.
A large credenza provides additional storage in this living room and sits neatly under an abstract painting by the homeowner's brother. The colors of the painting flow seamlessly with the deep blue hue of the walls.
Thoughtful accessories adorn a console table in this traditional living room in the 2013 Atlanta Decorators Show House. A Louis XVI armchair upholstered in a light blue fabric provides elegant seating.
Interior designer Heather Hogan Roberts positioned the homeowner's zebra sculpture on a pedestal of design and fashion books. When looking for books to display, find those with interesting designs and fonts on the spine.
A light gray stone wall provides a stunning backdrop for a distressed blue console table. Colorful abstract art hangs above the table, which is accessorized with weathered topiaries and candlesticks. Worn pottery sits below the tabletop decor to complement the brightly colored wall art.
The bright entryway of this modern living room features a bold painting. The sharp edges and reflective metal of the console table are offset by two square ottomans covered in deep blue velvet. featuring sharp edges and reflective metal are offset by deep blue velvet.
Staying within a blue, white and brown color palette unifies this tableau that contains an elegant console table, several pieces of artwork and candlesticks. The table also offers convenient hidden storage.