With a deep blue rug, leather armchair and marble fireplace, this cozy living room has the look and feel of a stately library. The light brown wall color provides a warm backdrop to the neutral furniture and bold accessories.
A bold-patterned brown damask rug anchors the lighter hues in this transitional living room. A mixture of seating – from an Eames-inspired lounger to a rope swing – feels playful and relaxed. An expert paint job re-created decorative molding on the teal walls.
A painting contains all the shades in this living room: blues, browns, greens and tans. The neutral color palette creates serene visual harmony between the transitional furniture, woven rug and dark wood coffee table.
The sharp, beautiful contrast between this living room's deep blue walls and neutral accents, like the tan tufted sofa, creates an elegant nautical vibe throughout the space. A soft brown armchair and and a metallic end table are positioned upon a fuzzy neutral area rug. Muted neutral patterned pillows line the sofa.
This traditional living room features neutral textured walls paired with white crown moldings and deep brown hardwood floors. A tan sofa is paired with a woven natural fiber area rug, while floral upholstered armchairs provide additional room for relaxing. An arched cased wall opening shows allows for quick access to the kitchen.
This light and bright kitchen features ivory wooden cabinets paired with neutral Cambria countertops and a subway tile backsplash. A brown and tan mosaic tile backsplash decorates the oven area, while glass pendant lights hang above the kitchen island. Large brown floor tiles provide a finishing touch.
This spacious outdoor sitting area features two brown wicker sofas paired with tan outdoor cushions and gray striped pillows. Neutral tile flooring coordinates with the decor, while a dark brown stained beadboard ceiling adds an eye-catching accent. A set of sliding glass doors allows quick access to interior spaces.
Just refreshing your rug, pillows and throws can be an easy and affordable way to bring on-trend touches to a new home. "Warm tones like rusts, browns, tans, beiges are making a big comeback" says Henderson, especially when paired with black, blue or green.