For this Irvine, Calif., project, designer Jessica Bennett remodeled the family and dining rooms for $12,000. Traditional furniture pieces in kid-friendly fabrics make this a classic design that works for the whole family.
The neutral tones in this stylish living room are accented with soft blue from the roman shades, velvet stools and leather tufted coffee table. A brown shag rug matches the marble fireplace surround. Starbursts decorate the wall over a neutral buffet with a weaved cabinet door design.
A coffee table made from reclaimed wood brings the outdoors into this comfy living space. A neutral sectional with durable upholstery is ready for the wear and tear of daily life, while graphic curtains and rustic picture frames adorn the walls.
This master bedroom is simple yet oh-so-serene with neutral walls and furnishings. In addition to a chic sitting area with tufted, charcoal gray chairs and a fireplace, this space boasts a private loggia and an attached bathroom with his-and-her vanities.
This transitional living room's soft, neutral color palette makes the space feel warm, inviting and relaxing. A turquoise coffee table and pillows in varying shades of blue keep the space lively and fresh.
Instead of going bold with color, visual interest is added to this living room via beautiful details such as the carved trim of the coffee table and the different colored wood used in the entertainment center.
The tasteful choices making this patio comfortable could be equally at home at a beachfront Mexican hacienda. There's a trio of hammered metal coffee tables, a pom-pom trimmed throw and, for a dose of color, a bold and sculptural snake plant.