Area rugs can instantly make any outdoor space feel more inviting. To add softness underfoot just outside the door, a patterned indoor-outdoor rug is added. The hues in the rug also tie in with the gray, black, forest-green and cranberry color scheme.
This country-style great room, seen from the dining area, features a rustic round dining table as well as a bar cart and a rustic coffe table atop a neutral patterned area rug. The space also includes a large, white sectional sofa that's placed in front of a wide picture window with floor-length green curtain.
The warm glow of the fireplace steals the eye against the cool tones of this neutral living room. A thick mantel frames the fireplace between two windows with bamboo blinds and beige curtains. The coffee table centered between the furniture features a dainty gold frame and gold tinted glass top.
Neutral sofas with a nailhead trim and simple, sleek wood tables give a timeless and stylish look to this living room. Red-brown tones in the area rug add a warmth to the neutral color palette in the room. Bold throw pillows in bright orange, charcoal gray and a yellow and gray pattern bring pops of color to finish the space.
This gray living room shows Art Deco influences. It features a neutral area rug with a swirl design, a brown sofa with nailhead trim, a modern neutral end table, and a metal coffee table. Large windows provide abundant natural light.
A neutral patterned area rug adds a delicate interest to this cozy bedroom, while a soft white blanket draped over the custom round ottoman by Basset Furniture ties in the room’s color scheme and provides a comfy spot to prop one’s feet up.
It's the accessories that elevate the neutral look of this lovely dining area: a linen table runner, the simple elegance of the flatweave rug. Over the table, a chandelier brings a welcome golden glow.
This sitting room is as cozy as can be thanks to pretty pillows, striped throws and a huge area rug! Two tan chairs pull right up to the ottoman so that the owners can chat or grab a book and read from the stack.