As seen on Fixer Upper, Chip and Joanna wanted to create a new space for the family inside the home they already own, so they replaced the family's outdated furniture with some new pieces: two gray couches and two leather recliners. This gives the space plenty of seating for entertaining or just relaxing. To add color to the space, a blue striped rug lies on the floor and blue pillows adorn the couch. Nesting coffee tables and the frame of a boat hung on the wall complete the space.
The vision for the space was to create a livable, functional space for the homeowners. Their love for modern design paired perfectly with the quaint cottage architecture and geography of the home. By removing the one wall in the space that used to define the kitchen, the designers were able to open the floor plan up and maximize the square footage and natural lighting. The living area features a comfy gray sectional paired with modern black chairs and coffee table. A geometric rug anchors the space and adds interest and dimension.
The master bedroom was converted into a luxurious, serene haven with a color palette consistent with the rest of the apartment. A light wood floor was used in this space for an airy feel that is softer than the marble in the rest of the home. A white area rug complements the upholstered bed frame and modern white nightstands. Chrome pendant lights add a hint of glamour and just the right amount of accent light.
In the master bedroom, David and Kortney wanted to create a space that would feel bright and open like the rest of the house, but would still have its own, distinctive style, so they chose to anchor this space in a soft blue rather than mint, giving the space a more romantic feel. Large windows with airy, white curtains help to add to that feeling, while a neutral rug and neutral chair help to tie the space together.
The overall color look is neutral with pops of bold color creating a modern feel for the design. The red-toned wood of the dresser pops agains the gray-toned hardwood floor and beige wall coloring. Red flowers and a black spiked sphere compliment the tones in the area rug with gold wall embellishments traveling upward to fill the empty wall space.
As seen on HGTV's hit show Love it or List it, this beautiful country chic living room includes muted tones of turquoise and white to compliment the tones of nature present in the artwork on the walls. The long row of windows brings in an abundance of natural light, while the floral rug and the fresh flowers help to further bring the outdoor into this comfortable living room.
Designate a food and beverage station using foldout tables covered in basic linen tablecloths to keep the main table clutter-free and allow guests to move about the picnic area. Old rugs also function well as table covers. Style with feathery wreaths, reclaimed wood pieces, favors and fresh flowers.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson transformed this once dated, drafty space into a cozy and contemporary retreat with plenty of room to entertain. Dark pink walls were painted a fresh white and covered in bright grasscloth wallpaper and a once over-imposing fireplace replaced with sleek white marble. To satisfy her clients' differing design tastes, Sarah incorporated vintage metallic decorative pieces with streamlined modern furniture. A large patterned rug ties the room together and adds warmth and interest to the new hardwood floors.
Layering is an important element in Beltran's design. As in the bathroom, in the bedroom the layers begin from the ground up. Here, a simple black and white striped rug becomes the anchor that connects every other black and white element in the master bedroom from the stools to the art for a cohesive and sophisticated look.
TaLaya and Kerrick found their 1500 square foot home to be a storage challenge. This living room features one of TaLaya’s most creative solutions: a large wooden armoire. Woven cane gives the piece a handmade look that is beautifully complemented by the other woven elements in the space. Of particular interest is the patterned basket that ties together the colors of the rug and pillows in the room. The brass stool and accessories deepen the layers of metallic color in the space.
In the living room, color and texture come together to create an elegant, stylish, yet still functional space. The blue wall that anchors the space is covered in textured wallpaper, adding interest in the space, while linen fabric on the sofa and chair covers create casual, durable seating options. The oriental rug adds complementary color to the living room, tying the space together and making it feel brighter, while the new mantel and artwork make the space sophisticated and chic.
Designer Vanessa DeLeon used plush fabrics and deep gray accent pieces to put an elegant spin on this complete home remodel. The eclectic teal and black dining room features an over-dyed turquoise rug from Creative Touch in Secaucus, N.J., while the table hails from Brooklyn-based artisan woodworker Palo Samko. The neutral walls are complemented by a faux-painted black and gray ceiling and black leather chairs around a rustic hardwood dining table with mismatched candle holders and two brass pendant lights.
To create a comfortable space in this loft's living area, designer brought in a velvet chair that begs to be lounged in. The bold, blue of the sofa adds color to the space and is warmed by the neutral, modern sling chair and polished wood slice coffee table. To give definition to the space, a neutral rug lies below the furniture and a gallery wall of black and white photographs keeps this living area from spilling over into the loft's other spaces.
In this kids' bathroom, a skylight lets in plenty of natural light to brighten the space, while bold navy and green accent the space. The vanities are split here, making the space both functional and practical, allowing each child to have his own sink in the space, and wooden stools help the boys reach their sinks. Built-in shelves provide storage in the space, while an alligator shower curtain and zebra striped rug add personality and fun.
An in-home oasis, this bedroom is a private getaway separated from the rest of the house by only a thin curtain. In another moment of contrast, the bedroom is filled with soft, flowing elements, such as the upholstered headboard, bedding and jute fiber rug, all in juxtaposition to the brick wall that defines the back of the room.
The midcentury modern nightstand features a dark wood frame with light wood drawers in front of a graphic, neutral wallpaper. The area rug below provides a pop of red color complimented by the red flowers on the nightstand. A gold spike trinket and sleek modern vases join the flowers for an intriguing mix of texture in the decor. A blank pendant light hangs above.
In the kids' room, the homeowners wanted a bright, bold option that would still complement the rest of the house, so designers added a faux thatched roof accent to the space. To keep it bright, yellow uplighting highlights the addition, while bright green and blue curtains and bed frames keep this room fun and youthful. To complete the space, a blue and green geometric rug adds a bit of comfort to the space.
On one side of the main floor at Pereira & O'Dell San Francisco are the individual work stations for the advertisers. Each station contains a computer, a large desk and a rolling chair. However, when staffers need a break or to meet with a client, they can move over to the sitting area of the main floor. This area is equipped with several ottomans and tables and large chairs that complement the colors of the rugs under the workspace desks.