Soothing beige walls contribute to this living room's calming ambiance. The color coral is put to good use here via the throw pillows and armchair, keeping the room from feeling too neutral. A chevron rug adds a quirky final touch to the space.
Because the home's floor plan is so open, designer Kerra Michelle Huerta also used the couple's sectional to separate the living room from the formal dining space. A large area rug softens the floor below and complements the bright pops of coral, too.
A coral-colored rug pulls together the design in this living room, uniting the pops of color found in the curtains, artwork and pillows. The neutral chairs and sofa blend into the background and let the coral and turquoise elements shine.
Mash up summer and spring with a combination of navy, teal and coral. Here, the solid teal-toned occasional seating is given a style boost with a Southwestern-style blanket in different shades of coral and salmon while a cool, white and navy-blue rug offers a soft underfoot surface.
Warm coral-hued furniture in traditional shapes invites guests to sit down and stay awhile. A glass-topped coffee atop a neutral oriental rug offers ample space for accessories without taking up too much visual space.
This space is defined by a blend of bright colors, rich textures and bold patterns. Vibrant coral-colored draperies and valences surround this colorful room. A lime green shag area rug sits beneath a chocolate brown sections and neutral upholstered ottoman. Large picture windows provide plenty of natural light to keep the space feeling open and spacious.
A bold coral dresser is accented by gold hardware in this girl's nursery. Gold is carried throughout the space in the mirror, polka dots on the walls and accessories, creating a glamorous atmosphere. The blue graphic area rug grounds the space and adds style underfoot.
The variegated shag rug at the foot of this upholstered bed feels both retro and updated in this transitional bedroom. Layered neutral bed linens offset the bright coral walls, while the heavy chandelier grounds the room.
To give this open space between the living room and eat-in kitchen practical use, it was designed as a casual, colorful breakfast nook. A round table and round rug keep traffic flowing easily between the two main spaces. Anytime you’re working with a boxy space, consider adding rounded pieces to soften the hard lines.
Mint green walls give a soft base to this living room and provides a beautiful complimentary color to the coral details. A coral chandelier with natural stick texture hangs between ceiling beams over the large tufted coffee table. A pair of armchairs echo the coral shade in their wavy striped pattern. A simple white sofa is brought to life with decorative throw pillows, and a large textured area rug covers the floor.