Thick-slab stone countertops tie in with the stone fireplace surround in this open concept kitchen and dining room, visually unifying the two spaces. Beautiful wood paneling adds an element of warmth and richness.
Peach is the perfect choice for the owners' office, as it brings out the crisp white finish of the desk and evokes a sense of happiness. A midcentury chair gives the owners a place to sit and draft emails, while a large mirror elongates the space.
This beach condo's dining area can easily accommodate six people around its large rustic wood trestle table with comfortable chairs in an eclectic mix of midcentury modern and contemporary styles and materials.
Cozy and sophisticated, this condo's living room includes a small, round coffee table grounded by a black and white striped rug, midcentury black leather armchair and a navy blue velvet sofa. By the window, a plush daybed and skinny metal bookshelf offer a stylish place for reading and relaxing.
This neutral condo living room features an antique sideboard that serves as a console table behind an off-white sofa. A chandelier with a metal geometric pattern provides light for the space, and a dark glass-front cabinet provides storage and display space.
The open floor plan in this contemporary condo creates an all-in-one living space with seaside style. A sisal area rug anchors the living space, while a framed accent area on the wall forms a backdrop for the TV. Art by William Finlayson provides a punch of vibrant color.
Contemporary with some midcentury modern influence, this condo living room uses a neutral backdrop to allow the furnishings to be the statement of the space. A navy blue velvet sofa with a trio of different throw pillows becomes the focal point in the room, and two rugs layer together to ground the round coffee table decorated with pink flowers and candlesticks.
This beach condo great room is one large, bright, and open space that includes a full kitchen, dining area, and living room. Nautical stripes and oceanic blues reference the stunning views of the Gulf of Mexico right outside the living room windows, and there's a slipcovered queen sleeper sofa to provide plenty of room for guests.
What could be more inviting in a beachfront condo than a door that's the color of the ocean on a sunny day? In vivid contrast to the white walls and ceiling and the driftwood-hued flooring, this door hints at the fun that surely awaits only steps away.
This Los Angeles condo is completely renovated to create an open and airy space. Wide plank wood flooring ground the space, and the kitchen now opens up to the living room with a peninsula for dining. A variety of fabrics and textures makes for a comfortable, eclectic living space.
From the workspace to the eat-in kitchen, every inch of this eclectic condo serves a purpose. Notice, too, how designer Caitlin Murray used different colors -- peach for the living room, blue for the kitchen, green for the bathroom, etc. -- to both enliven and define the open floor plan.