This traditional sitting area is family friendly and features an orange upholstered loveseat with blue and white patterned accent pillows, leather ottomans, white ceramic side tables, and brass floor lamps.
Designer Anna Williams created this outdoor living area to be practical with an air of tropical luxury. A contemporary outdoor sofa anchors the space, while the round papasan-inspired chairs are easy to reposition. A sturdy wood coffee table and ceramic side tables provide plenty of space for entertaining.
Director's chairs with white canvas seats make for comfortable, easy seats on the front porch. A black ceramic garden stool acts as the side table and yellow-and-white outdoor fabric pillows brighten the space, welcoming guests.
This contemporary master bedroom detail highlights a sitting area with a white upholstered wing back arm chair, while orange printed curtains, throw, pillow and ceramic lamp on a modern side table add pops of color and style.
This contemporary living room combines midcentury modern and antique accents, with a white tulip table, gray upholstered sofa with pink and green accent pillows, brown upholstered antique side chairs, and a modern bookshelf with wood and ceramic vases.
The furnishings for this contemporary living area were chosen to complement the spectacular city view. Aqua draperies frame the floor-to-ceiling windows, while textural elements such as the shag area rug, ceramic cockatoos, woven bronze side table and velvet damask pillows add interest.
On top of each chest sits a white ceramic table lamp with white linen shade that provides light for bedtime reading. On this side, the top of the chest also includes interior design books, a vintage black top hat and a blue globe that add personality to the room.
This otherwise simple modern foyer earns a funky touch from a blue and white patterned wallpaper paired with a large wooden starburst mirror. A sleek brown and black side table features a white ceramic cut-out vase with feathers, while a brown and ivory patterned area rug lines the floor.
If you have a table with a patterned top, use it as the inspiration for the rest of the decor. The mini print of this stone tabletop was so dominant that it dictated the design choices, says Monica Stewart, owner of The Misfit House in Athens, Ga. From her free tabletop redo, she grabbed a matching set of vases and pillows from inside the home, and topped it off with a ceramic candle from another spot on the porch and greenery from the yard.