In the minimalist home office, the design is kept streamlined to spotlight the stunning view out floor-to-ceiling windows. Nesting tables are all glass and a mirrored desk does the neat trick of seeming to disappear.
This inviting sitting room features a pink silk velvet sofa with nailhead detail, ivory faux shagreen nesting tables and a large leather upholstered ottoman. Golden lamps add a metallic touch while the paintings pull jewel tones into the room.
This master bedroom sitting area is sleek and minimal, in keeping with the decor throughout the modern California home. A streamlined fireplace and nesting tables form a cozy spot to sit and talk, read or simply relax at the end of the day.
The key to making rooms feel well curated and balanced is the proper mix of organic materials. Nearly every element in this room is made from all-natural materials, including the driftwood floor lamps, Belgian-linen upholstery, cotton draperies, rustic wooden nesting tables and aged-brass hardware.
Fun details abound in this modern living space with a retro vibe. On the TV wall, painted shiplap sets the tone for a monochromatic space where teal rules the day. Nesting tables offer function and style, while textured ottomans and myriad seating options create a room that begs to host gatherings of family and friends.
Designer Jeff Troyer moved the front door from the living room to this central area, allowing the space to function as a sitting room, music room and foyer for the family. A brown L-shaped sofa is tucked into one corner of the room, while a set of three nesting tables is positioned on top of a gray area rug.
Floor-to-ceiling windows pour natural light into this elegantly neutral living room. A tufted ottoman is paired with a linen sofa for a cozy, relaxing spot, while nesting end tables add extra surface area when entertaining.
Patterned blue throw pillows add color to the contemporary gray sectional in this comfortable living space. A nesting coffee table is perfect for entertaining since it adds more surface space when needed. Abstract art on the walls make a bold statement.