To create a space that would grow with its owner, designers chose furniture pieces that were both classic and fun. Each piece of furniture adds a vintage touch to the space that is sweet enough for a little girl, but also mature enough for a young woman.
Since neither of the couple brought much furniture with them when they moved into their apartment, they focused on buying quality, modern furniture they could take with them to their next space, so they bought a set of modern nightstands for storage and a set of nesting desks to give each of them a work space while conserving room in their apartment. They also bought a natural wood bed frame that would add light contrast to their space's dark walls.
Accessible by a sliding glass door in the adjacent bedroom, this covered deck area features a collection of striped outdoor furniture including two armchairs and two sofas centered around a low coffee table.
The owners of this home are very eco-friendly, so designers helped them cater their backyard design around their passions. Though the furniture frames look as if they are made of wood, they have been crafted from crushed, recycled paper and tires, helping to reduce the home's footprint.
The Territorial style and adobe exterior of the house were both designed to complement the architecture of the local community. While the exterior remains more traditional, the interior spaces -- like this covered sitting area and its furniture -- are heavily influenced by contemporary style.
Sleek, industrial poolside furniture and funky light fixtures tie this unique backyard together. White lounge chairs offer additional seating around the fire pit which stands out against the gray stone wall.
If you think you can't paint a bedroom black or mix black walls with brown furniture, think again. As seen on HGTV's Deserving Design, host Vern Yip's black bedroom makeover delighted the Halloween-loving homeowners. He brought some light into the space with oversized lamps, lots of candlelight and reflective metal art above the headboard.
This grand outdoor space was designed with entertaining in mind. Not only does the space include two covered decks, but it also features a spacious patio with two small dining tables, plush outdoor furniture and a gorgeous stone fireplace with stunning metal work details.
This outdoor terrace and living room has a spectacular view of National Harbor, Alexandria, Virginia and Washington, DC. Live trees, fountain grass and small displays of succulents bring life and greenery to the space. Bold, colorful fabric is used for cushions on a traditional outdoor settee and chairs. A floral indoor-outdoor rug is the centerpiece of the furniture grouping.
The homeowners, guests and pets can relax on outdoor furniture accented by throw pillows within the shady seclusion of a tall, wood privacy fence. The homeowner had a vision for transforming the space, which was already partially enclosed by a fence and concrete wall, into an outdoor courtyard for entertaining on warm summer evenings.
Expansive terraces wrap around the buildings and show off an intricate mix of brick and cobblestones. Here, wicker furnitures is primely positioned to take advantage of ocean views. On the adjacent patio, a delicate metal pergola arches over a dining area.