This sitting area uses natural beauty to enhance the colors in this space. The tree by the French doors brings a vibrant green into the space, while the yellow flowers add a pop of color to the middle of the room. The natural green and yellow of the plants blend well with the pink sofa and the yellow couch cushions. To tie the space together, a multicolor rug rests under the coffee table.
This open concept dining and living area has plenty of natural light thanks to large, modern windows and doors. An animal hide rug adds a warm, natural element to the room, while acrylic dining chairs create a cool, edgy feel.
In this airy living room, a boldly striped black-and-white rug compliments the pinstripe of the natural linen-covered couch and dark blue of the armchair. A bright pop of yellow adds a ray of sunshine.
This family room balances solid, stately pieces—like the wood coffee table—with lighter ones for a look that feels harmonious. The beige sofa and rug also help reflect the room's plentiful natural light.
Adding style underfoot is layered area rugs, a combination of natural fiber jute and cowhide. Built-in bookshelves provide storage, while exposed wood beams bring a rustic vibe to the space. A pair of gray chairs makes for an intimate seating area.
A beach house living room goes contemporary and sophisticated with clean-lined, natural fiber furniture and a soothing gray and orange palette. Large-scale artwork and mixed pattern accent pillows add textured visual interest.
A sleek yet overstuffed sectional provides seating in this warm yellow living room. A woven rug and basket add natural texture, while white curtains and crown molding balance the rich walls and dark floor.
A graphic gray, black and white rug makes quite the statement in this modern living room. A stylish neutral sectional features a mix of red and black pillows, while a gray accent wall displays an array of small treasures on floating shelves. Natural light from the nearby windows and a cylinder-shaped pendant illuminate the space.
Exposed beams made of Douglas fir and pine were one of the elements designers preserved from the loft's original architecture. They serve as a jumping off point for the many other natural elements used throughout the home. Here, in the kitchen, marble waterfall countertops and simple, dome-shaped pendants are so pretty.
A wall-to-wall window allows natural light to flood these living and dining areas complete with neutral furniture and a wooden dining table. A metal strap globe chandelier illuminates the dining room, while the living rom features two gold metal shelves and a yellow area rug.
This deep blue living room gets lightened up a touch with the exposed beam natural wood ceiling. The same contrast is seen with the neutral sofa and dark blue area rug, while a reclaimed wood coffee table completes the look. Large windows allow natural light to stream into the room, giving it a bright and airy appearance.
Enjoy plenty of light in this window-filled corner as you sit in the dark bamboo chair with blue and white cushion and upholstered back at this marble-topped desk with curved wooden legs. A dark hardwood floor and neutral textured rug further the calm color scheme.
The new living room at the Betsy home is brighter and more open. By opening and extending the new kitchen in the back, the living room is filled with a lot more light. A brighter colored paint, mixed with a new white ceiling, and white moldings, adds to the brightness and warmth of the room. The coffee table, sofa and rugs were provided by Ikea, and the many accessories were purchased at West Elm, Future Perfect, Ikea, and Brooklyn Flea. As seen on HGTV's "Cousins On Call".
Large windows and elevated ceilings provide an immense amount of light to this mid-century modern living room. Upholstered armchairs, fireplace, natural rug and tufted beach add extra coziness to the space.