Kim Scodro Interiors chose modern furniture in soft hues for this urban home, such as the gray tufted headboard and white and black nightstand in this bedroom. Keeping the larger furnishings in gray, cream or beige allow yellow accents to make a colorful yet simple statement.
Interior designer Ami Austin chose a limited color palette that was warm, inviting and worked well with the wood-plank interior, because this helped contribute to the illusion of a larger, warmer space. The grey and rust-colored furnishings and rug were hand-picked to blend well with the livable luxury of this loft.
This dreamy Mediterranean kitchen by Raegan Ford Interiors features beautiful dark stained cabinetry that matches the kitchen island. Dark wood beams, granite countertops and gray hardwood floors complete the stunning design.
Plush charcoal gray armchairs carve out an intimate seating area on this covered patio. Large sliding glass doors open the patio to the interior of the home, allowing for seamless indoor-outdoor living.
An electric yellow front door adds an unexpected punch of color to this gray home, which features classic colonial architecture. The bold front door hints at the funky interior design that awaits inside.
Faux taxidermy adds a whimsical touch to the foyer of this traditional Brooklyn townhouse. Dark stain on moldings and doors complement the traditional architecture, and soft gray walls carry through to the home's interior.
"This kitchen's neutral gray-and-white palette with warm wood accents make it balanced and timeless. It would not feel out of place in a 1920s bungalow or a modern home," says interior designer Katelyn Rountree.
Though seemingly simple, the interior is actually full of drama thanks to the angular ceiling planes above. Meanwhile, a soft gray sectional and patterned pillows ensure the living room area is nice and comfortable.