In the grand master bedroom, floor-length curtains call attention to the sky-high ceilings. Lots of plush, rounded surfaces, like the ottomans, are an easy way to make a room comfortable as well as family friendly. Designed by Bill Moore, Chris Reebals and Emory Ratliff
A round leather ottoman takes center stage in this traditional hallway. A dark console table with a pair of lamps on either end features a collection of books, small plant and a vertical piece of art to add visual interest to the space.
Truly a feast for the eyes, this elegant living room combines rich cream and gold hues to create a spectacular setting. A Mallorca chandelier adds a touch of drama as the room's centerpiece and pairs beautifully with the round ottomans below it. Mixed patterns on the accent pillows and rug further accentuate the room's luxurious and eclectic style.
When you have a TV above a mantel, your decor space is limited. But you can warm up the spot with greenery. Use preserved boxwood globes, which are sold by many retailers for $50-$75, for a lush look that's long-lasting. The size of the boxwood topiaries also provide a contrast with the tall mantel, says Michelle Mentzer, owner of Miles Design Group in metro Atlanta.
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.
Blue upholstered chairs paired with large round ottomans at the ends of the table make for unconventional seating in this dining room. The neutral transitional space is full of natural light and a laid-back, welcoming ambiance.
In the dining room of HGTV Smart Home 2018, four blue upholstered dining chairs are paired with round ottomans for non-traditional seating. The room's transitional style is enhanced by a wood-paneling paint effect on the walls.
A clever way to decorate a mantel combines hanging a mirror, then leaning a clock with an interesting face against it, like Michelle Mentzer of Miles Design Group did in this metro Atlanta home. To get a steal on vintage mirrors and clocks, hunt through ones that are stacked up at flea markets and antique stores, or booths at local antiques stores frequently drop prices on all items by 20 percent or more.