A modern coffee table and traditional rug form a nice juxtaposition in this California living room. The traditional sofa is slipcovered for casual comfort, and two white wicker chairs are upholstered in a graphic, modern fabric that gives a nod to the lines of the leaded glass windows.
The open floor plan of this southern California home allows for breathtaking views of the ocean from practically anywhere. The comfortable living room leads out to an outdoor loggia with graphic-patterned sectional.
In this contemporary California home, warm wood floors and a show-stopping marble wall with a two-sided fireplace creates a view that rivals the stunning ocean blue outside the picture windows. A tiered, modern sofa table backs up to a huge white sectional sofa that dominates the seating area and offers ample space for guests.
Rich redwood is used for the walls and roof in this two-story expansive living room. A rustic fireplace centers the room, while floor-to-ceiling windows provide plenty of natural light. Three separate seating areas are created for relaxing and entertaining.
Textured wall panels, large-scale art and a powerfully graphic herringbone rug bring drama and interest to this white living room in San Francisco. The space is arranged for conversation and to maximize views from the large picture windows.
This wide open, contemporary living space features an open-concept kitchen, natural, wide plank hardwood flooring and a full wall that opens to literally erase the line between outdoors and in. Neutral furnishings and soft modern artwork combine to bring a cool, yet casual vibe to the space.
Sophisticated city living meets coastal casualness in this 12,710-square-foot new build on the bay in Newport Beach, California. Intentional and innovative space planning was key to filling the vast, open floor plan with a natural flow of intimate gathering areas to enhance the family feel within a grand residence. The design features a mix of styles that work together to bring character and charm to the contemporary home.
Thirty-foot ceilings, a stone fireplace and a massive picture window create a dramatic central living area in this spacious and secluded Tudor-style home. Comfortable furnishings and wood-paneled walls brings warmth and coziness to the space despite its airy dimensions.
Originally intended as a chic bachelorette pad for a high-powered woman in the California tech industry, this Marin residence evolved into a new family home when the homeowner met her future husband during the design process. Designer Annie Lowengart married the couple’s individual styles to create a fresh, youthful residence enlivened by bold color.
This home in San Jose Del Cabo, Mexico, opens up to the backyard, creating an easy flow between the home's interior and exterior living space. The back patio leads to a pristine pool, built around an existing tree which appears to float on the water's surface.
As seen on HGTV's House Hunters, this two-story Colonial-style home features a wraparound porch and balcony, bringing a touch of Southern charm to Sonoma, California. The property, appropriately named Rosewood Estate, includes a garden of more than 250 rosebushes as well as a private vineyard.
French doors link the living room of this Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., home to the back patio and a casual grilling and al fresco dining zone. A large stone fireplace makes makes this a cozy space to curl up with a good book or for casual conversation.
This contemporary California living room offers a comfy spot for friends and family to gather. Glass walls provide an uninterrupted view of the fieldstone wall in the space beyond, while mahogany paneling adds warmth and coziness. The angular, modern sofa is by B&B Italia.