These custom sofas fit beautifully in the rich, ornate space. The cozy chenille fabric is both durable and comfortable, and the sleek line of the sofa does not fight with the detail in the custom cabinetry.
This neutral transitional living room features a custom gray Hollywood Regency style tuxedo sofa from Gilded Home. Barbara Barry Chairs with textured white fabric, a mirrored coffee table with walnut trim, and a carved white wool area rug provide texture and interest. The sofa includes throw pillows in the same color family as the etched metal wall art in shades of gold and silver.
The open floor plan of this home includes a cozy living room in a window-surrounded nook. Four leather chairs are upholstered with a metallic brown fabric which is a decorative contrast against the gray fabric, tufted sofa. Gray and white patterned throw pillows add some design to the solids and a glass coffee table completes the space.
Sarah Fishburne, Director of Trend and Design at The Home Depot, suggests when selecting paint colors, make your choices easier by taking hues from fabrics in the room, such as from accent pillows or a patterned chair. For example, this living room's wall color was selected using the accent pillows on the sofa and the art above the fireplace.
The comfy sofas in this traditional living room are upholstered in plaid fabric, adding interest to the neutral space. The coffee table was custom made so the center trays could be used for entertaining, and the bolstered sides could withstand the wear of a footrest.
A custom wooden pergola sits atop a cozy lounge area with an outdoor sofa framed by elegant curtains in rich brown fabric. An exciting fire table with glass tiles and a nearby fire/water bowl add warmth to the luxurious ambiance of this outdoor living space.
Sitting behind a taupe velvet sofa in this living room is a starburst mirror collage positioned on a navy accent wall. Designer SuzAnn Kletzien also reupholstered an egg chair in a navy velvet fabric and had a custom ottoman made with a removable tray in the center. Glass doors provide access to the condo's balcony area.
The inspiration for the living room came from the classic, Victorian architecture and bay windows that faced the street. A custom light fixture made of blue glass can be seen from the sidewalk. The sofa was a vintage find that was re-upholstered in a velvet orange fabric. A highlight for this room is the custom designed fireplace made out of hot-rolled steel.
The impressive backsplash combines the homeowner's love of pink and peonies. A climbing vine with vibrant pink peonies sits on a gray ombre background, which adds subtle drama that echoes the fabric of the window treatment. Bookmatched walnut cabinets feature clean lines, while a custom pink stove and island make a dramatic statement.
Dark gray walls set the tone for romantic dining room, accented by the rustic nature of the reclaimed table and linen chairs. Custom drapery is drawn back for a dramatic touch, while topiaries set against framed neutral fabric create instant sculptural art pieces.
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.
Using a stunning fire/water bowl and fire table brings warmth to the luxurious ambiance of this oasis-like outdoor living space. The transitional design blends artful and charming finishing with new age lines and features. Let the cool breeze calm while lounging beneath a custom, wood trellis with cozy lounge area and an outdoor sofa framed by elegant curtains in rich, brown fabric.
In the master bedroom, Naomi’s skill at blending patterns is once again on full display. The bed pillows, headboard and sheets all boast unique yet related patterns. A mud cloth bolster and embroidered suzani pillow add texture to the bed. And a custom headboard has been upholstered in a deep gray fabric. The neutral heavy color palette weaves the various pieces together.
This upstairs living area overlooks the lower floor from glass walls, making the smaller space feel spacious and open. Grainy gray fabric on the sofa and armless chair create a lovely textural look to offset the smooth white walls and hardwood flooring. A modern square coffee table features a solid black base with a glass tabletop.
As seen on HGTV's Love It Or List It Too, Designer Jillian Harris modernized this west coast home by removing a pillar that sat in the middle of the entrance. She painted the walls with Behr Cotton Knit and installed engineered hickory hardwood flooring with Tremblant stain. Jillian added much needed life to the fireplace enclosure with a tile called Contessa Picket. Tying the room together are custom cushions and a custom sofa fabric called Bengal Bronze.