This viewpoint highlights the open design of this living space. A pair of neutral armchairs in the living room have their backs toward the connected dining room and kitchen. The gold dining light fixture catches the eye and compliments the gold floor lamp in the living room. Paisley patterned gray and yellow pillows top the chairs for an accented finish.
White shiplap walls and a white ceiling give this bathroom a bright and sunny finish. The polished white bathtub shines against the textured walls and warm-toned hardwood floor. A natural wood end table brings a textural element to compliment the rustic influence of the design.
The custom bed and bedside tables are nestled comfortably into the wall for a bit more privacy and a cozier feel. To top off this welcoming space, warm bed linens offer a great place to snuggle down for the night, while the faux fur rug softens the space.
A mosaic horse statue brings another element of Texas life into the charming living room. According to HGTV Smart Home 2015 designer Linda Woodrum, “There are a lot of fun objects in the room that add to this story and are subtle references to being in Texas with a lot of its wide open countryside – little subtle tweaks that reference where we are without being too in-your-face.”
This traditional table holds various decorations to add color and art to the neutral walls and brown leather sofa. A blue bird figurine, blue goblet and blue coffee table books are complemented by forsythia branches and gold leaf picture frames.
This lovely living room becomes a still life in and of itself thanks to the thoughtfully-appointed furnishings and modern accents. The painting on the wall was done by the grandson of architect Stanford White, who put an addition onto the home.
An natural light wood dining table is set with white plates and features a trio of clear vases filled with small floral bouquets. Gray dining chairs line one side of the table and wooden benches line the other, while a modern light fixture illuminates the space.
Drew and Jonathan create a light, rustic living room in this space. Neutral wall and furniture colors help reflect light, while mute colored accents can be found adding color throughout the room. The brothers bring their rustic design together with the natural wood tables throughout the space.
Natural light streams in through sliding French doors in this transitional family room. A beautiful plantation-grown mango wood end table displays a vase of wildflowers and repurposed red lamp. The contemporary sectional features durable, weatherproof pillows made to endure varying temperatures in the indoor/outdoor room.