A wood-paneled wall is accented by multicolored patterned wallpaper, while three flat-screen televisions provide adequate viewing for game day in this masculine midcentury-modern living room. Two shelving units and a wooden media console provide storage space, while two neutral loveseat sofas allow for plenty of seating.
Pale pink walls surround a purple, four-poster bed in this dreamy girl's bedroom. A chartreuse loveseat at the foot of the bed is part of a conversation area that includes a pair of pale blue armchairs and a pink ottoman that doubles as a table.
A curved wall of windows defines this girl's room as anything but run of the mill. Cheery lavender patterned shades and curtains complement the green loveseat and chairs, while a large area rug provides a soft place on which little ones can play.
This contemporary office combines style, comfort and function. A chrome and glass desk takes center stage, while a flokati rug adds softness to the space. The closet is transformed into a reading nook with a tufted leather loveseat and stunning metallic wallpaper, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project.
This warm yellow living room is decorated with a light blue loveseat, white chairs with blue and white floral pillows and silver patterned drapery. A tan rug sits atop medium grain hardwood flooring, while large windows illuminate the finishing touches of the room, like the white chandelier and detailed table lamps.
Pattern does a long way in this enchanting bedroom, where a floral motif is repeated on the bedding, wallpaper and drapes. A bamboo-inspired four-poster bed anchors the room on a neutral plaid area rug. The tufted armchair, warmly lit fireplace and loveseat create an inviting atmosphere for guests and family alike.
Built-in shelves stocked with books and brilliantly colored accessories provide color and storage in this girl's bedroom. The back of the shelves has been painted pale blue, same color as the upholstery on the armchair. A chartreuse loveseat on the left, and the chartreuse pillow on the chair give the room an electric pop.
One side of this master bedroom is lined in French doors which, during the day, let in lots of sunlight. In the middle of the space, the designer paired a big, boxy canopy bed with a curved loveseat. Both pieces have slim, modern lines that feel graceful instead of heavy, especially in the light-filled bedroom.
A neutral loveseat gets a pop of color from rust-colored throw pillows and a plaid throw draped over the back of the sofa. A square metallic table is paired with two small round tables to create a coffee-table space that is ideal for playing classic games, like dominoes, in this masculine midcentury-modern living room.
This living room adds just the right dose of femininity without overdoing it. Chic black and white striped armchairs pair with a plush gray loveseat for a cozy conversation spot by the fireplace. A large blue dresser with a distressed finish is a stylish addition and also keeps the space clutter-free. Above, a milk glass chandelier completes the feminine design.
After dinner, the homeowners and their guests can retreat into this transitional den for drinks. A large wooden fireplace anchors the space and keeps it cozy year-round, while two armchairs and a large loveseat encourage everyone to sit back and relax. Since the space is so neutral, zebra-print pillows and a matching bench break the norm and offer a hint of visual interest.
This living room is perfectly designed to complement the long shape of the home. The orange wall color is echoed by orange curtains on the opposite white wall as well as an orange area rug. Dark cabinetry flush with the wall to provide a dark contrast to the color scheme. A soft gray loveseat is decorated with floral throw pillows complementing the orange details as well as the coffee table plant.
This stylish Philadelphia studio utilizes every inch of space without making the room seem busy. The neutral walls and bedding keep the space controlled and balanced. "I tried to separate the space with organic textures, eclectic accessories, shiny metallic objects, soft draperies and unique lighting schemes," HGTV fan greendesigner says. To quickly hide the bedroom from the kitchen and dining area, he added tall draperies as an easy room divider. Tip: Downsize the furniture to expand the space — buy a loveseat instead of a large sectional. If you like to entertain, invest in small barstools: They take up little space and provide plenty of seating for guests.