The foundation of this beautiful home is white walls paired with wood ceilings and hardwood floors. To give a visual lift to the neutral base, the designers brought in graphic patterns via rugs and colors through artwork, accessories, even houseplants!
A graphic area rug anchors the sitting area in this open living space and serves as inspiration for the color palette. The deep red kitchen cabinetry pairs serenely with the pale blue wall. Contemporary furniture is sleek and uncomplicated in the small space.
Before the remodel, TV trays acted as makeshift computer desks in the living room. Chip Wade, host of HGTV's Elbow Room and Curb Appeal, upgraded the family’s office space with this custom, swivel-arm desk for two. The desktops swing out, allowing Mom and Dad to face the family while they work. The desks tuck back into the wall when computer work (or play) is done.
There may be more stylish places where a game of pool was had...but it's doubtful. This incredible game room skillfully mixes contemporary polish and rustic grit via frontier-themed art, graphic patterns and bold colors.
A sleek stone fireplace beneath a wall-mounted flat screen TV serves as the focal point of the room. Rattan bucket chairs complement the bright orange area rug while an angular white coffee table provides contrast to the vibrant rug color.
A beach house living room goes contemporary and sophisticated with clean-lined, natural fiber furniture and a soothing gray and orange palette. Large-scale artwork and mixed pattern accent pillows add textured visual interest.
As seen on HGTV's Buying and Selling, bold, graphic patterns and unique sculptural pieces are funky touches that make for an inventive space in this orange living room. The contemporary-lined cream sofa and gray walls are a neutral base, making this room easily changeable with a few new accessories.
This contemporary office combines style, comfort and function. A chrome and glass desk takes center stage, while a flokati rug adds softness to the space. The closet is transformed into a reading nook with a tufted leather loveseat and stunning metallic wallpaper, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project.
In this 600-square-foot home, the living area doubles as an entryway and serves as the family’s main gathering space. A graphic rug anchors the seating area, and a roomy sectional sofa is covered in a durable, neutral fabric. Glass-topped wood cubes are lightweight and versatile as a coffee table.