The family room is equipped with a large plush sectional with plenty of toss pillows for function and decoration. The sectional looks toward a wooden coffee table and a framed fireplace. A custom bookcase adds room for display and storage.
Mixing navy blue and brown may seem dark for a living room, but the color palette works beautifully in this cozy seating area. Designer Lindsey Coral Harper covered the wall in a lacquered navy blue, and added bits of brown with wooden frames on the side chairs and art. Image courtesy of Lindsey Coral Harper
Patterned curtains frame the tree on either side, providing symmetry during the day and privacy at night. Because they hang higher than the window, these treatments elongate the sitting room and make it seem larger.
Designer Robin LaMonte used more ornaments and even place settings to carry those beautiful blue and cream hues into the dining room. Here, the soft shades help balance the dark wood of the dining table and chairs, keeping the space light and airy.
Double doors shine all on their own, but designer Robin LaMonte paired these beauties with bright red bows and matching wreaths to make her client's front porch even more special. A doormat monogrammed with an "I" nods to the family's last name and keeps the elements at bay.
With yards of garland and fairy lights, the foyer of this Atlanta home becomes a visual treat at Christmastime. Cream-colored ornaments and ribbons complete the display and echo the neutral tones in the stone flooring.
Tall ceilings and walls of windows make this sitting room perfect for showing off the family tree. To ensure that everything looked festive yet cohesive, designer Robin LaMonte decorated the tree with blue and cream ornaments, which complement the room's tasteful furnishings.
A glamorous white and gold centerpiece is key to dressing up this formal dining room for Christmas. Blue velvet gourds give the design a touch of color and echo the hues of the painting over the fireplace.