There is no other color on the planet that conveys more energy and warmth or makes more of a powerful statement than the color red. Red kitchen cabinets and accessories evoke a sense of fire and sunsets.
Moving the dining area closer to the kitchen creates breathing room for this living room, while a floor-to-ceiling bookcase adds lots of vertical storage. The finished living room now has a new propane fire place, an old rustic American flag, and new chairs highlighted by blue pillows.
A 1920s fireplace mantel is the true showpiece of this living room and features a custom-designed fire screen. Gold in the screen is echoed in the glass coffee table and accessories throughout the space.
Inspired by its coastal location, the backyard features red Adirondack chairs and nautical accessories. A pair of teak lounge chairs sit just beyond the stone fire pit and dining area, all providing plenty of space for entertaining.
This outdoor kitchen entertains in gourmet style with a grill, side burner, pullout trash/recycling bins, a fridge, ice machine and lockable storage for alcohol and accessories. While meals are underway, guests get to enjoy the fire and the view.
Located right off the pool and behind the detached garage is a pleasant seating area furnished with country accessories and its own fireplace. Enjoy the sights and listen to the waterfall while relaxing next to a warm fire.
A furry friend enjoys lounging on the black wicker outdoor sectional sofa located just off the home's front door. The pops of color provided by the outdoor accessories and the bold fire engine red front door take this urban home to the next level.
This Old World dining room centers on the elegant fireplace, defining the whole space. The Venetian plaster wall treatment delivers an appealing visual effect, and the velvet dining chairs provide coziness. The wrought-iron chandelier and mantel accessories disperse the element of fire throughout the room.
A boys bedroom with a transportation theme features car art, bedding and accessories– even a hand-painted race car mural. The red, white and blue striped bedding is versatile and can be used through the years on the blue twin bed. An antique metal fire engine pedal-car is the perfect accent
Want to instantly add brightness to a room? Painting your walls and built-ins white is a sure-fire way, and instantly makes any colorful accessories in the room pop. With a white backdrop, you don't need to go for intense colors. On trend metallics and pastels are a great way to add interest.
A major new trend on the home front, Heirloom translates to rich, vintage accessories, furniture and decor, dark florals and luxurious fabrics and surfaces mixed with modern touches. You can bring the [Heirloom](http://www.hgtv.com/design/decorating/design-101/trend-spotting-heirloom-pictures?syc=applenews_hgtv-create-a-cozy-living-room-vignette) look to your own home with a few clever choices. In trend spotter Nancy Fire's Manhattan living room, cozy pillows from [Studio NYC](https://www.studionycdesign.com/) exemplify the lush Heirloom look.