This cozy seating area in the living room of the HGTV Smart Home 2013 in Jacksonville, Fla stylishly brings the outdoors in. The coffee table features a beachy vignette of palm fronds in blue glass demijohns, coastal photography books and bleached coral.
Bobbin chairs flank a glass-and-metal coffee table in this Mediterranean-style living room. Exposed beams and an iron chandelier draw the eye upward toward the vaulted ceiling, while a stone fireplace surround rests on the far wall of the neutral space.
As seen on Beach Flip, contestants Lucy and Daphney updated the living area with new furniture, decor and paint at the renovated Southwind condo. Twin wood coffee tables and a seafoam-hued sectional fill out this space.
Beautiful, graphic-patterned pillows and soft, faux fur throw blankets bring a bohemian vibe to this cozy, contemporary living room seating. A bold, multicolor painting adds a bright splash of color, while an all black end table display lends an elegant touch to the space.
Natural sea-inspired art prints, air plants and that amazing juju hat (a favorite!) were our art feature wall in the space. The TV is there but it's not a feature of the room, just a part of it. Italian leather chairs and the low media center with the large midcentury lamp give this room a cool lounge feel. It makes me want to put a record on and make a gin & tonic with extra lime.
A little color goes a long way in this elegant living room seating area where orange throws and plump white pillows adorn matching barrel chairs. The symmetrical styling keeps the look polished and relaxed, while framed classical art anchors the design.
Designers agree that moss is one of the biggest bang-for-the-buck accessories. You can mix long-lasting moss balls with other items, like a metal sphere or balls, on a coffee table. "It infuses with any style and color palette," says Donna Mathis, owner of Atlanta-based Haven Design Works.
In this elegantly eclectic living room, two seating areas take in the view of the Newport Beach waterfront. A traditional oriental rug anchors the space, while natural wood trim and exposed beams add rustic charm.