This living room is sensible and sophisticated, with two charcoal gray sofas and two black leather chairs gathered around a tall fireplace. Because the home's floor plan is so open, the design team used a neutral rug to delineate this space from the kitchen.
This sitting room is as sophisticated as they come, with two charcoal gray sofas and a glossy black coffee table between them. A stack of books encourages guests to flip through the pages while they wait for dinner to be served in the kitchen.
This neutral living room features two gray sofas with a mixture of gray pillows in various tones. Pops of yellow — as seen in the table lamp — add a bit of color to the space, while a reclaimed wood coffee table and woven area rug add an earthy touch.
A beautiful arc floor lamp illuminates this stunning midcentury modern living room. A light gray tufted sofa is a gorgeous addition to the crisp white room, and a wall of artwork adds a personal touch to the space.
Without proper lighting, even the most stylish space isn't truly complete. Every room needs a combination of general lighting, task lighting and accent lighting to set a mood and provide sufficient illumination. Table and floor lamps, which typically fall under the task lighting category, are especially important because they play both a functional and decorative role in your home. Size, shape and style all need to be taken into account when selecting lamps to suit both your lighting needs and taste in home decor.
The cypress ceiling of this gorgeous living room is highlighted by the transom windows. White oak millwork encloses the TV and entertainment center and is subtle enough not to distract from the trees and views outside. The coffee table is from Room and Board with a solid pecan top.
In this living room, a casual backdrop of white paneling contrasts imaginatively with designer Leanne Ford's use of a more formal tufted leather sofa and Oriental rug, as seen on HGTV's Restored by the Fords.
The homeowner of this bedroom requested a space that was classic, timeless and glamorous. The designer chose an Art Deco direction, layering lush textiles with glass and metal accents for a look that's serene and luxurious.