If your family room opens up to other spaces in the house, it's important to keep all colors cohesive to avoid a choppy or disjointed look. Here, the gray-green tone of the family room coordinates beautifully with the gray-blue tone of the adjacent multipurpose room.
The spring-green sofa was the inspiration for this multipurpose family room's fresh color palette. A soft and shaggy neutral rug underfoot begs guests to push coffee tables aside and recline as they watch a movie or the big game.
Light green walls complement the furniture used in this living room, including a striped sofa decorated with throw and pillows, matching armchairs, wood coffee table, and botanical wall art. Large windows and a white built-in cabinet add openness to the room.
This living room's silver-wallpapered accent wall makes the wet bar and entertaining area a focal point. The dark brown microfiber sectional sofa makes up a relaxing sitting area while drum-shaped pendant lights illuminate the space.
This basement was transformed into the perfect gathering spot for movie nights and kid-friendly crafting. The colorful mirror on the wall is made out of paint cans. And the bright rug is durable commercial FLOR rug tiles.
As seen on HGTV's Elbow Room, this great room in a converted barn features a mix of contemporary and rustic elements. An oversized black island overlooks the vacation-like living room, which features striped green chairs and a cream-colored loveseat.
In a larger space, like this farmhouse with its open concept layout, color can be a big factor in helping a home feel unified. Here, green walls are all around in the kitchen, living room, even up to a second-story loft.
Tropical resort-style furnishings blur the line between indoors and out. A cozy club chair with a handwoven rattan frame is dressed in apple-green upholstery, a subtle nod to the glorious palette of marsh colors just steps from the great room's French doors. A soft linen-topped bench sits nearby.