To help control the light into the kitchen as well as add a touch of privacy to the space, these blue, geometric curtains hang prominently over the window and complements the blue-gray tile that covers the countertop and backsplash of this kitchen.
Black and white peel and stick adds new life to the built-in bookshelf in this sitting space. A vintage chair with distressed frame serves as an elegant centerpiece for the design. A contemporary table with a geometric shaped base creates an enticing style contrast to the chair. Blue curtains provide the sole color with the sheen of the fabric keeping with the bright look of the room.
Geometric-patterned carpet in brown and blue anchors the color palette in the room. Blue, patterned wallpaper and brown draperies warm the blue wall color and creates clean lines in this patterned space. All-white bedding flanked by two pale pink lamps break up the blue and brown colors of the room for an added touch of elegance.
A bright orange shelving unit with a geometric design displays an assortment of accessories, brining personality to this living room. The unit's bold orange hue pairs nicely with the vibrant purple throw and royal blue curtains.
Light blue-and-brown geometric wallpaper decorates the small bar area in this midcentury-modern living room. Neutral curtains frame the window and complement the room's palette, while a small bar with a pair of wooden stools provides seating for two.
Polished yet fun, the guest bedroom displays a classic nautical theme with a modern twist. Blue and orange hues, as well as geometric shapes, are repeated in the wool rug and bedding, while vaulted bead board ceilings and floor-to-ceiling drapery expand the space for an open and airy feel.
Designers added a blue-gray wall to this space in order to create a divide between the new living and dining rooms. The existing carpet was removed and natural hardwood floors were installed, in addition to a mustard yellow area rug and stainless steel dining table. White and brown geometric curtains frame the dining room window.
In the kids' room, the homeowners wanted a bright, bold option that would still complement the rest of the house, so designers added a faux thatched roof accent to the space. To keep it bright, yellow uplighting highlights the addition, while bright green and blue curtains and bed frames keep this room fun and youthful. To complete the space, a blue and green geometric rug adds a bit of comfort to the space.