A diamond-patterned area rug defines an eclectic living room, complete with contemporary leather sofa and Eames lounge chair. A large wall unit features classic Shaker cabinets and tongue-and-groove planks behind the television for added style.
White lamps in front of the large scale painting above the vintage media cabinet balance out the lighter artwork on the opposing wall. The side tables and coffee table are round and allow for flow of movement against the strong right angles of the gray and red contemporary sofas and the media cabinet. Patterned throw pillows mesh the two sofa colors together and blend the red accent tone with the cool tones of the room.
Industrial metal barstools pair with exposed ductwork and a vintage-style fireplace to create an urban look for this restaurant's bar. Sleek pendant lights add a contemporary touch, and rustic wood floors lend warmth underfoot.
A spacious banquette makes for a cozy ambiance in this contemporary breakfast nook. Two chairs flanking the round pedestal table provide additional seating. Pops of red are added through the vintage-style wall clock, framed artwork and throw pillows.
Vintage skis and an old-fashioned sled frame the space above the comfortable, tufted leather sofa in this traditional living room. The Christmas tree is trimmed classically with ribbon and bulb ornaments but features a contemporary marquee sign-inspired star at the top.
To put the finishing touches on this living room, Fixer Upper's Joanna Gaines added contemporary details to make the space pop. A blue arabesque rug adorns the floor, bringing a cool splash of color to the design, while a vintage, glass coffee table, candlesticks and vase with live flowers give the room the classic details that make the home unique.
As seen on HGTV’s Fixer Upper, this casual dining area is furnished with a rustic wooden dining table with a metal top and vintage-style light blue metal chairs. New hardwood flooring, fresh paint and a modern light fixture add a contemporary touch to the space.
A collection of vintage lunchboxes was the colorful jumping off point for this cheery kitchen. To pick up the lunchboxes' bright hues, the designer used an emerald green ceiling and a bold blue backsplash of Moroccan tiles.