A major new trend on the home front, Heirloom translates to rich, vintage accessories, furniture and decor, dark florals and luxurious fabrics and surfaces mixed with modern touches. You can bring the [Heirloom](http://www.hgtv.com/design/decorating/design-101/trend-spotting-heirloom-pictures?syc=applenews_hgtv-create-a-cozy-living-room-vignette) look to your own home with a few clever choices. In trend spotter Nancy Fire's Manhattan living room, cozy pillows from [Studio NYC](https://www.studionycdesign.com/) exemplify the lush Heirloom look.
A durable area rug and solution dyed acrylic fabrics keep this stylish space safe from the elements. With a fireplace ahead and soft sofas all around, both the kids and the adults will feel comfortable into the evening.
In the master bedroom, designer used gray grays and whites to create a soothing oasis that mirrors the coastal milieu of the house. Two large windows allow plenty of natural light into the space, while soft, neutral fabrics reflect the light and create a welcoming, comfortable environment.
Comfortable, neutral furniture with casual fabrics sit atop a sisal rug for a relaxed California style. Built-in bookshelves flank the fireplace and TV wall for a full entertainment center. For contrast, a dark metal drapery rod above soft white drapery panels covers the French doors.
This relaxing, classic master bedroom mixes feminine and masculine with shades of gray, lavender and gold. Trellis-patterned silver wallpaper reflects the metallic hue of the draperies, and the custom-made king-size bed is dressed in lush, neutral fabrics.
Designed to be a family room area where all the neighborhood kids will gather on movie night, this space needed to be durable and beautiful. The window seat with its easy-to-clean laminated fabric creates a cozy and sunny reading area and allows for additional movie viewing. The custom-made media cabinet hides all the kids toys, board games and AV equipment.
If you get cold at night or live in a colder climate, flannel is a smart sheet fabric because of it's plush warmness, says Crowell. Another great choice is cotton sateen since it has a tighter weave and is generally heavier than a cotton percale.
In this spacious second bedroom, soft fabrics gently balance the white textured walls. A gray area rug placed on top of the orange carpet reinforces the room's comfortable nature, while the thorn-like floor lamp strikes a sharp, yet stylish visual contrast.
In this corner of the space, a green armchair complements the yellow curtains and green detail in the wall paper, tying the space together. With its soft fabric, this piece makes an inviting place to sit and enjoy a good book or a conversation.
A colorful and sophisticated adult entertainment area with plenty of seating and bright bursts of color is an ideal place for casual entertaining or solitary relaxing. Cheetah print fabric for the stools is a subtle, yet fun way to bring some whimsy into the room while also providing easy, moveable seating for guests or events. A vintage piece from a local store becomes a focal point to display the homeowners' artwork.
Cool blue patterns on the living room furniture fabrics evoke the color of Little Lake Worth, located just outside this North Palm Beach, Fla., cottage. Grasscloth wallpaper adds another natural design element to this comfortable, inviting great room.
The lower level of this three-story beachfront home features a game room, bar, exercise room, full bath and laundry room. The space has beach access via sliding glass doors, and the room is designed expressly for family and friends to hang out and get comfortable. Durable fabrics are functional and transition easily from the beach to the bar. A metallic ceiling treatment adds a bit of sparkle.
The homeowners wanted a light, airy, comfortable entertaining space, so designers created an elegant, rustic cabana. Inside the space, designers used soft, flowing fabrics to create the airy feel, while contrasting natural elements such as stone and wood bring warmth to the space.
When creating a shabby chic look, it's easy to get carried away with accessories, decor and fabrics galore. When it comes to bulky furniture and accessories, less is more, especially in a shabby chic design. This shabby chic living room opts for soft white furniture and simple decor, allowing movement throughout the space.
For this beach home, designers decided on a comfortable, Hamptons style that is casual, yet modern and bright. The clean lines and neutral colors of the the space blend with the linen fabric used in this living room to make the room feel both comfortable and modern, while the natural light and bright blue accents reflect the nature surrounding the home, making it merely a continuation of the oasis that surrounds it.
The goal for this space was to create a room that both adults and children could be comfortable in. With the homeowners' two small boys, the space would need to contain durable fabrics and materials, so designers chose a sectional that could easily be wiped clean with lots of multicolor pillows for comfort. Then, they had a stylish, nylon carpet installed that won't stain and would match the aesthetic of the room, while remaining practical.