The magic of this family room comes from the accents: Rich jewel tones in the pillows and artwork, a blue-gray coffee table. Overhead, a light fixture loops and folds in on itself, bringing movement and texture to the space.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah transformed a dark and cramped basement into a bright recreation room full of amenities for a growing family of four. Neutral blues, grays and whites are used throughout the space's decor for a style that's beautiful yet functional for all. A chevron-patterned area rug is the perfect complement to the vintage herringbone wood coffee table and its blue and gray decorative accessories.
It's easy to picture this living room as a family's primary gathering space. The large sofa is durable yet attractive, and throw pillows and blankets in multiple patterns add to the sense of casual comfort. Because the room and sofa are neutral, it's simple to execute a design change when the homeowners desire — just switch out art and pillows for a fresh, new look.
Glitz and glimmer steal the show in this art deco living room. A wood coffee table with a mirrored top turns knick-knacks into multi-dimensional art, while a cozy shag rug softens the many hard, metallic surfaces.