To highlight the bold and unique artifacts collected by the homeowner during his extensive travels, designers clothed this living space in a neutral white color palette. This color also helps to reflect the natural light let into the space by myriad windows, making the space feel large and bright. Bold reds and oranges are added to give the space pops of color, while complementing the colors of the land surrounding Horizon House.
Designers wanted to capitalize on the beautiful mountain views outside the windows, so they kept the interior design neat, crisp and simple, yet still elegant. The living room in this space is no exception to that vision. Lots of windows allow plenty of natural light into the space, allowing patrons of the room to see outdoors to the beautiful mountain views. The light reflects off the gray walls, bringing the natural green tint of the trees indoors. Blue and gray furniture occupies this space and highlights the natural hues of the mountainside, making the living room feel as if it were a part of the mountains that surround it.
In the living room, a rich, traditional wood Spanish door separates the modern addition from the original part of the home. This, along with Spanish artwork and other wood details helps to tie the new part of the home together with the original home. To create a modern addition, designers used bold colors and patterns to reflect the natural colors of the backyard, to which the living room has direct access.
To highlight the color in the space, designers used a neutral color palette to anchor the space and help reflect the natural light from the windows. Mirrors were then added to reflect the color and light, making the space look brighter.
To help connect the beach cottage's interior with its waterfront location, designers incorporated organic textures and sea-inspired colors. New windows and skylights fill the rooms with natural light that bounces off the reflective surfaces.
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.
Trista's design plan took inspiration from the outdoor surroundings, deliberately bringing colors and themes of the natural surroundings indoors. A muted but rich blue was key in the color palette and reflective of the clear blue Colorado skies. As seen on HGTV's Rocky Mountain Reno.
This bathroom's neutral color palette is reflected in its natural surroundings—quite literally. The glass shower door reflects a snowy woodland scene while also revealing the walk-in shower's earthy-toned backsplash and pebble tile floor. Pairing an industrial pendant light with a sleek undermount sink is a sophisticated touch.
As patrons come up the stairs, they are greeted by the sight of a wraparound geometric wall covering highlighted by the natural light that spills through the windows. The colors reflect the light, making the space feel bright, open and inviting.
Upstairs, a loft gives the cottage an additional bedroom. The neutral color palette helps to reflect the natural, California sunlight, while the red and blue bed linens give the space fun pops of color, making this a great kids' room.
Reflective accents, like the iridescent pendant shades, mirrored fireplace frame and glass table, work well in this space where natural light is abundant. Orange dining chairs add a bright pop of color.
The spa-like color palette of this space creates the perfect atmosphere for relaxation. Natural light encompasses the nook reflecting off the tall, metallic floor lamp. An armchair and matching ottoman are comfortable and stylish.
In the update of this townhouse, high-gloss white paint was used for the walls and trim in the main areas of the home. It reflects natural light and is a neutral backdrop for rich colors, as seen here with the blue kitchen cabinets.
A hot pink rug, multi-colored striped coffee table and vibrant throw pillows immediately grab the eye against the blue walls and navy sofa in this sitting room. Natural light from the french doors catches the mix of colors and bounces off the reflective finish of the table lamps.