With a sofa and multiple chairs, this great room is ready for entertaining. Pink and green accents give a lighthearted feel to the room, and the fireplace keeps it warm and inviting. Multiple patterns harmonize in this lively green eclectic space.
This family wanted a home that had character and is a lively, functional gathering space for family and friends, so designers created an open concept home with elegant, durable furnishings that were both stylish and sophisticated. They added interest to the space with texture and color, and they finished off the home with details that give spaces the unique look the family longed for.
This light and bright living room features an eclectic blend of colors and furniture, including a pair of green and white striped armchairs, purple area rug and neutral sofa. Several throw pillows, a white coffee table and hardwood floors give the space a finishing touch.
Past the lively blue pillars the living room is the center of this artist’s colorful world. At once surreal and serene, the calm, neutral white of the walls, sofas and side chair serve as a canvas for the bursts of color provided by the art and bright orange Eames rocking chair.
This stunning view from the kitchen to the dining room and the lounge area of the great room shows the consistent color scheme and coordinated look for these main indoor living spaces of this lodge-style retreat.
Open and inviting, this open concept living area is prefect for entertaining or relaxing as you enjoy the view. Crisp white decor is complimented with soft green and yellow hues while the urban style brings character and style to the space.
"Maximize your living space by creating usable outdoor rooms," says Rhoda Vickers of the Southern Hospitality blog. "With the right combination of outdoor seating, pillows, shade and colorful planters, you can turn any patio into an outdoor oasis."
This wider view of the pet nook shows how the space enjoys close proximity to the lounge area of the great room, in this modern-style mountain retreat designed for easy living for all members of the family.
Building a wall on one side of the outdoor dining area gives the deck the feeling of a finished room complete with goose neck lamps that complement the red dining chairs. The opposite side of the deck includes a row of planters to create a subtle wall of plants dividing the space from the rest of the yard.
The location of the dining room works well with the rest of the home’s modern floor plan. “I like that it’s just steps away from the butler’s pantry that leads straight to the kitchen,” says project manager Scott Branscom.