“This was very much a monochromatic room and we just needed a little pop of color to make it fun when you walk by. We started out with the gray and white, added the green and we just wanted something to tweak your eye,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
Wonderfully rich colors and a headlong dive into pattern create a bold, fresh mood in this sitting room. The carpet's emerald green is picked up by the large ottoman. On the walls, honeyed paneling is a soothing influence.
The two graphic print armchairs in this comfortable family room are on a swivel base, making it easy for occupants to join in on conversations or the big game on the flatscreen tv. The large green ottoman has a hidden storage unit inside, perfect for blankets or board games.
Rustic touches combine with modern amenities to make sure this family room is both comfortable and primed to entertain. The designers acknowledged the husband's devotion to the Seattle Seahawks by incorporating pops of the team's colors, blue and green.
As seen on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother, the open floor plan in this renovated family room has a wonderful flow into the adjacent kitchen. A fun patterned rug and light green tufted ottoman add colorful interest to the otherwise neutral living space.
The homeowners wanted this living room, like the rest of their home, to be family friendly, elegant, luxe and sophisticated, but with a sense of whimsy and fun. The space had to be equally comfortable and appealing for both kids and adults. The space plan offers great flexibility, with the large ottoman completely mobile and a small lucite lamp table that can be easily set aside for play dates.
Homeowners wanted a functional, yet stylish living room that connected with the style of the rest of their 1920s Spanish home, but had a more modern and whimsical feel, so designers added a sectional sofa to provide plenty of seating. Then, they brought in an ottoman that serves a dual purpose-a coffee table and extra seating. This piece is covered in lime green faux leather, which adds a splash of bold color, while creates a surface that is easily wipeable-perfect for a home with a teenage boy.
A new family room replaces the old, outdated dining room in homeowners Susan and Ed Morrissey's home after the transformation, as seen on HGTV's original series Brother Vs. Brother. Green, red and neutral tones create a welcoming and fresh look to the space.
Ahhh... what a great place to relax! This living space features a lovely brick fireplace, the central focus of the room. Green window treatments and plants and flowers in the room echo the outdoors, creating a natural feel. Put your feet up on the upholstered ottoman while watching TV or just chat and admire the art pieces in the room.
A gray velvet sectional is the cozy centerpiece of this bonus room, decorated in warm, neutral tones, while a tufted green velvet ottoman adds a pop of color and a patterned rug in black and white provides visual interest.