A round leather ottoman takes center stage in this traditional hallway. A dark console table with a pair of lamps on either end features a collection of books, small plant and a vertical piece of art to add visual interest to the space.
This handsome living room uses darker colors on the floor and a few accents, then keeps the walls and larger furniture, like the sofa, bright white. The choice adds dimension to the space while maintaining an overall airy, light look.
This friendly family room was formerly the house's foyer and it went largely unused. The designers removed an exterior door, and centered the focus on the fireplace and new built-in shelves. The homeowners now spend time in this room every day.
The inspiration for this room is the bright and vibrant piece of art in the background. The clients used to live in South America and picked this piece of art while living there. It immediately gave the color direction for the space and bridged the taste of the husband who loves calm neutral colors and the wife who loves bright and vibrant color schemes. With two adorable little girls in the house, and the parents who entertain often, this room needed to be family friendly while still having a sophisticated feel for their guests.
This traditional sitting area is family friendly and features an orange upholstered loveseat with blue and white patterned accent pillows, leather ottomans, white ceramic side tables, and brass floor lamps.
In addition to the two sofas and chairs, this living room comes with two large brown leather ottomans. Because the leather is so durable, the owners can use these pieces as stools or as extra seating for visitors without worry of wear and tear.
To make the guest house living room look as spacious as possible, the designers chose a neutral hue for the walls and then layered in comfortable, cream-colored furniture. A brown leather ottoman anchors the space, while a patterned throw pulls in some of that Southwestern style.
Part of what makes this living room so visually interesting is the way that designer Veronica Solomon paired traditional elements, like crown molding and a stone fireplace, with more modern pieces, like the brown leather ottomans. Though different in style, their mutually neutral hues allow them to work well in the same space.