A peek into the living area from the hallway shows off a soft gray color palette, exposed beams and lovely hardwood floors. The chic, contemporary space reflects the perfect dose of femininity without overdoing it.
Vibrant jewel tones fill this living area with energy. The boldly patterned armchairs in the living room pull in the beautiful green walls of the adjacent dining room. Bright red accents are lively punctuations to the scene.
This open layout living area features a light green accent wall with coordinating green striped chairs around the four-person dining table. Thin white curtains maintain privacy while allowing plenty of sunlight to flood the space.
Two crisp white sofas flank the fireplace in this living area, creating a sense of symmetry that mimics the home's neoclassical exterior. The evenly spaced French doors — another hallmark of neoclassical style — allow in plenty of natural light.
Surrounded by lush greenery and trees, this outdoor living area is perfect for entertaining. A pair of sleek chairs and comfortable sofa combine for a cozy seating area, while wicker armchairs and contemporary chairs surround a galvanized metal table for dining al fresco.
A contemporary wood staircase with a dramatic profile ties in with a wood-plank ceiling, bringing warmth to this white-walled space. Massive windows in the living area can be blocked by floor-to-ceiling draperies for privacy and shelter from the sun's glare.
Lovely patterned benches offer comfy seating in this Asian-style outdoor living area. Green and red throw pillows add a colorful texture, while a pair of wooden coffee tables provide a place to set food and beverages, making it a great spot to entertain.
Large sliding glass doors open this living area to the backyard and so blur the lines between the home's interior and exterior. As they stretch out on the sofa or read in either of the armchairs, the owners can also enjoy sunshine and cool coastal breezes.
Your coolest dollhouse ever just came to life. Partition walls mark off a living area in this large loft space. Bright pink and purple paint infuses the exposed metal beams with colorful energy and a neon strip makes the room feel as though it were almost hovering above the floor.
This long, narrow room in an urban apartment required a carefully thought-out design to create separate yet coordinating spaces for the kitchen, dining area and living area. The main living space is situated perpendicular to the wall to help counteract the narrowness of the room. A black, white and gray color scheme unites the separate spaces.
This open living area provides space for a budding art collection that is functional for everyday life and entertaining. Within the constraints of the original footprint, the design team was able to remove walls, increase the size of glass doors and windows, rearrange closets and vault ceilings to create space out of seemingly nowhere.
White walls and open spaces characterize the living area of this show-stopping Malibu home. A sitting room features Mid-Century Modern furniture and a modern glass light fixture, while a unique glassed-in wine cellar divides the space from the global-infused living room beyond. Modern art defines a seating niche with a contemporary bench that provides extra seating.
This outdoor oasis is complete with a dining, living and kitchen area all conveniently placed right next to the pool. A pair of nano walls open up to the backyard to extend the indoor living area. Natural light and breathtaking views from the walls of glass that make up the back of the home lead to the expansive feel and airiness of the home.
A contemporary outdoor living space uses glass walls so as not to ubstruct the urban landscape. A contemporary sectional is used for seating, while the outdoor kitchen area has a grill and bar area for dining.