This buttercream living room features a traditional wood end table and brown leather sofa with nailhead trim. A natural wood coffee table adds a rustic touch, while a stone fireplace provides the focal point of the room. Just through the large windows is a view of the stunning backyard pond.
Gray, white and neutral hues come together to create this serene master bedroom. Two black ottomans with nailhead trim are positioned at the foot of the wool upholstered bed, while a metal sculpted chandelier is featured above. White marble lamps are placed on top of the pair of brown wooden nightstands.
This rustic-modern study is awash in soft tones of gray and brown. Gray paint swathes the walls, shelves and trim, creating harmony and a feeling of restfulness. Modern elements like the spare fireplace, minimal furniture arrangement and recessed lighting blend with natural wood accents to give the space a homey charm.
A curtain pattern introduces a touch of yellow accent echoed by the throw pillows and gold floor lamp. A dark gray-brown sectional grounds the lighter neutral tones used throughout the room. Nailhead trim on the armchairs and subtle fabric tuft on the sectional cushions add a polished finish to the pieces.
Black paint with charcoal trim adds drama and transforms the exterior of this contemporary home built in 1974, previously painted a neutral tan brown color. “To make sure the house fit in with the really nice modern homes up in this part of the country, we wanted to go with a black exterior,” says designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
This elaborate sitting room features wall-to-wall wood panels paired with a detailed tin ceiling and soft yellow trim. Oversized pintucked armchairs boast a bold striped pattern, while two dark brown square coffee tables offer room for traditional decor. A bay window and two sets of French doors allow natural light to flood the space.
This dark gray living room is perfect for entertaining. Designed with Art Deco influences, it features a brown sofa with nailhead trim, a stylish end table, a metal coffee table, hardwood flooring, and a wooden console table that supports a big-screen television. The room also features a large picture window and a black baby grand piano.
The exterior facade of this charming coastal cottage was previously a drab, shingled brown. During the whole-house renovation, the designers reconfigured the exterior and lightened the color of the formerly dark green trim, embracing the region's prevailing architectural style and taking maximum advantage of its lush, wooded lot. A sunny brick patio offers a perfect spot for morning coffee.
This pink and white bedroom has plenty of character, making it perfect for any tween girl. The color story is highlighted by the pink and white flowers from the upholstered headboard which is complimented by the vintage throw pillows. The dark brown nightstand provides the perfect contrast to the room with the white lamp featuring pink trim detail and bird statues.
A factory cart coffee table and reclaimed barn wood hung over the fireplace mantel add natural texture to this casual living space. A large brown sofa with white trim and a wing back chair provide a comfy place to sit back and enjoy the fireplace. The trio of windows are adorned with floor-to-ceiling indigo-blue drapes and bamboo blinds.
A gray-brown sectional faces a pair of neutral armchairs with nailhead trim finish in this inviting living room. An area rug covers the majority of the floor space blending the open floor section in the middle of the room with the rest of the design. Patterned curtains add a touch of yellow accent echoed subtly in the mix of throw pillows.
This lovely kitchen is full of visual interest. The warm tones of the brown suede and leather barstools with nailhead trim contrast the cool blue-gray of the kitchen island, topped with white marble. The mosaic backsplash, in gray tones, is topped by a copper range hood that is complemented by the three vintage-inspired hanging light fixtures with warmly colored glass shades. White and frosted glass cabintry, hardwood floors, and an arched doorway complete the space.
The owners of this 1930s historic home in Phoenix, Arizona wanted to redesign their space to be fun, eclectic and durable. They needed storage solutions to help keep the family of five organized, so designers added built-in shelves and a built-in drop station to help with that. To add charm to the home, designers brought in trim to finish out the fireplace and the windows, while a brown leather sofa and other simple, fun furniture pieces help to make the space livable and inviting for parents and kids alike.