The homeowners love the California Redwoods, so these majestic trees were incorporated into the design of this bedroom. The gray color on the wall complements the misty quality of the mural. The natural wood of the headboard, bed frame and the dressers reflect the inherent beauty of the Redwood Forest.
Large windows let natural light flood this contemporary kitchen space highlighting the white countertop and polished island top. A pair of large black pendant lights hanging over the island compliment the thick black window trim. A wood range hood border and exposed beams compliment the natural wood finish of the china cabinet adding a warm, homey finish to the room.
Blondish natural wood furniture, including a dresser and shelving unit, coordinate with a simple bed featuring dark blue linens and a satin blue throw. The walls in the room are made with the same material as the dresser and shelving. A small desk in contrasting dark wood frames the space and offers a work area inside the room.
A triangle table is a simple twist on the conventional table shape perfect for adding a touch of intrigue to this simple balcony design. The natural wood furniture finish matches the wood floor for a calm and cohesive outdoor look. A wire railing leaves the space feeling more open and connected to the surrounding yard.
Sunlight streaming in behind the sofa gives this room an airy and bright look. A mix of textures from the circular tile fireplace surround, dense area rug and natural wood furniture brings great depth to the design. A black leather ottoman adds a bold accent to the neutral and natural look of the sofa and chairs.
SPG Architects’ Beach Walk House on Fire Island, N.Y., has five bedrooms. This master suite features wood-paneled walls, a custom built-in and custom furniture. The soft neutral colors and natural wood tones used in the architecture are enlivened by the bold colors used throughout the house in furnishings, textiles and art prints.
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.
White painted brick and natural light from large windows brings a lightness around the open floor plan of this New York City loft. The hardwood floor finish compliments the natural wood support beams that create a natural room separation. Low furniture accents the height of the ceiling, and the lime green on the midcentury sofa adds a pop of color outside the neutral color scheme.
A skylight showers bright, natural light over this transitional living room. A white sofa and chairs contribute to the bright feel of the room. A natural wood coffee table brings a beautiful texture and warmth between the furniture. A decorative tile fireplace surround is framed with a white mantel and topped with vases and plants for decor.
Beautiful concrete hardscaping adds dimension to this outdoor space. Wood decking looks beautiful against the harder concrete finishes. Light wicker furniture and a light wood coffee table create a cozy outdoor living area, and plants bring natural color to the space.
Danish modern-style furniture sets the tone in this inviting dining room. The warm wood tones of the sideboard, dining chairs and pendant light offer an organic touch to the sleek, contemporary lines of the decor. French doors offer a stream of natural light to add a coziness to the space.
A circular, natural wood table is center stage in this living room. Large nailhead trim lines the two circular levels for a subtle textured finish. A fashionable neutral sofa and pair of matching armchairs face the table. Bright green pillows bring a crisp pop of color and life to the design. A gold-framed mirror fixture serves as a simple and effective wall decoration.
An orange-brown leather sofa looks onto a natural wood coffee table and matching contemporary wooden chairs with white cushions. An end table, pair of bookshelves, fireplace frame and decorative vase-like table all compliment the wood decor matching the floor and provide a warm contrast to the light walls, rug and ceiling.
Symmetry is key in this transitional living room. Centered by a traditional coffee table, the paired white sofas and armchairs naturally balance each other and the wood flooring. Against the back wall, a wooden bookcase and door anchor the fireplace on either side, while the French doors complement the room's arches.