A full range of warm and cool grays are used for a modern monochromatic look without a sterile feel in this master bedroom. A textured gray rug is featured in the room paired with an upholstered bench.
To help unify the home's open floor plan, the decor in the living room ties into the kitchen and dining areas. The designers used the same white and gray foundation with black and brass highlights and vintage textiles.
In the dining room at the 2014 HGTV Smart Home, this dark stained buffet offers storage for both dinnerware and office supplies. The black stain of the wood complements other black elements in the room. Gray can be found on the ceiling and in the rug, echoing the light hues in the butler's pantry.
This beautiful bedroom proves that pairing different patterns can look fancy-free and so fun. The trick here is using different scales: a wide, easy stripe for the rug and a small, more contained print for the chaise and accent pillows. White walls are a serene foundation.
The gray-and-white-striped rug and beige-and-white-striped couch complement each other, making a subtle, playful statement. Bold pink cushions and green throw pillows bring a whimsical vibrancy to the space.
A large gray rug with a purple pattern becomes the main attraction in this sleek contemporary living room where the furniture is all white, gray or clear. The glossy tiles of the fireplace add an extra layer of texture.
Bright blue walls give this kid's bedroom a lively look. Built-in bunk beds are stacked against the wall leaving maximum floor space available. A gray shag rug softens the light hardwood floor and adds a fun texture to the design. Small yellow details add an extra pop of color to the space.