According to HGTV Dream Home 2015 interior designer Linda Woodrum, “The inspiration for the blue in this room came from the import ware (blue and white jars), which was really part of the history of Martha’s Vineyard.”
A hand-painted coffee table with sides that curve in and around like a snail's shell is positioned on a gray rug in this beautiful living room. A tufted sectional with lots of decorative pillows provides cozy seating.
This living room where classic meets contemporary has beautiful furnishings from Therien Studio and Andre Arbus details to bring a true one-of-a-kind flavor to the space. To create harmony in the home, a striped Paul Smith rug was added to finish the presentation.
The dining room branches out with benches that can be used around the table or as standalone seating in the sitting room. Whimsical wallpaper adds a bold layer of color to the space and helps tie the two areas together.
On the other side of the kitchen's peninsula, guests will find a breakfast nook filled with natural light. A curved, built-in banquette makes the most of this round corner, while three gray slipper chairs provide even more seating around the table.
This living room incorporates uniquely designed furniture to bring about a huge wow factor. The curved green sofa sets the stage for the room’s modern style, but also offers plenty of practical seating. The log-wrapped coffee table adds a touch of nature and makes for a wonderful conversation piece. A traditional-style side chair is paired with a minimalist side table. A large photograph, a tall vase of greens and a few accessories add the perfect finishing touches.
A three paneled built in bookshelf offers useful and organized storage space. Windows circling the room let natural light stream over the pair of matching curved sofas with patterned decorative pillows. A traditional glass coffee table sits over a neutral patterned rug and patterned cushioned chairs finish out the space.
Finding unexpected pieces to accent your island or bar can give you a designer look without the pricetag, says designer Diane Foreman of Neil Kelly Company. The whimsical curved table leg supporting this island was just $80 online, but Foreman says it’s often mistaken for a custom piece.