A beautiful wood stand-alone bar graces one corner of this living room turned masculine lounge. The room has plenty of seating at both ends, with style to spare, making it a perfect space for entertaining family and friends.
Kerrie Kelly's inspiration for this snappy living room seems reflective of yesteryear, as she imbues the room with touches of 1950s' aesthetics. The conversation pit in yellow, white entertainment cabinet, industrial-style light fixture and wood credenza help to make for a happy, sophisticated and functional composition.
In the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014 Powder Room and Lounge, designer Kristi Will interpreted the timeless glamor of San Francisco decor from the past with a rich and crisp modern touch. The lounge chair embedded in the wall boasts a bright fuchsia color and unique shape. Neutral walls and drapes allow the fuchsia accents to steal the show.
This elegant living room gives off an air of formality with its billowing drapes, transitional chaise lounges and tray ceiling. However, contemporary track lighting and a graphic rug adds a playful touch to the eclectic design.
The Country Club at DC Ranch features a beautiful, rich lounge area with comfortable, neutral furniture, rustic woods and a traditional brick fireplace. Separated by curtains is the wine room with an original oil painting by local artists Sue, Jen and Doug Diehl.
To add texture to the living room, designers brought in an oversized chaise lounge into the space to provide some extra seating. For color, art was added as well as a teal vase and a teal pillow. Neutral, patterned curtains were added to finish the space.
Rich textures and colors give this masculine lounge a positively luxurious style all its own. The Zagaroli sofa and TCS Designs daybed provide plenty of seating, a mirror leaning against the wall makes the room feel larger and the traditional room even has a bar.