The furnishings for this contemporary living area were chosen to complement the spectacular city view. Aqua draperies frame the floor-to-ceiling windows, while textural elements such as the shag area rug, ceramic cockatoos, woven bronze side table and velvet damask pillows add interest.
This light and bright living room boasts a tufted white leather sofa with a matching set of armchairs. A metallic coffee table sits at the center, while a gray shag area rug is positioned underneath. Recessed lighting and a metallic arc floor lamp illuminate the space.
This '80s-designed living room was softened by adding a shag area rug, soft pillows and cozy blankets. Rather than covering up the existing black and white flooring, the homeowner embraced it by adding more black and white and mixing in a bold lime green accent color.
Large floor-to-ceiling windows and sliding doors seamlessly blend the indoors and out, making this contemporary modular home a true part of its natural surroundings. A low, gray sectional and ottoman is paired with a sleek lounge chair and shag area rug for a chic, comfortable living area.
A shag area rug is warms the space while two sleek chairs made of bent wood set the tone for this streamlined space. An off-white sectional adds a cozy seating option. Built-in floating wall shelves serve as a minimalistic entertainment center for an adjacent flatscreen television.
The neutral sectional in this great room is adorned with brown throw pillows. The aqua and rust colors are found in the artwork as well as in accents in the space. An ultra thick shag area rug adds comfort, sound absorption and texture to the tile floored room.
This stylish living room features a white leather sofa and pair of matching armchairs with metal bases. A metallic coffee table is positioned on top of a gray shag area rug, while a metallic arc floor lamp illuminates the space from above. Neutral floor tiles and recessed lighting add finishing touches.
This stylish neutral living room features a gray sofa and two striped armchairs paired with a glass coffee table and brown shag area rug. The open floor plan allows for easy transition between the living, dining and kitchen spaces, while exposed galvanized ductwork and concrete flooring add an industrial look.
Since this apartment is rented, only one wall in each room was allowed to be painted. Bright green was chosen since it could easily grab attention and give the living room new life. Color was also added via interesting artwork, a bright orange shag area rug and fun patterned throw pillows.
Pink walls make this nursery a cheery space for a baby girl. A chocolate brown rocker provides a place to rock baby to sleep, while the shag area rug offers a space where baby can get some tummy time. Paper globes hang overhead, creating an engaging focal point for young eyes.
The large flexible open space offers jaw-dropping views of downtown San Diego and the bay through the floor-to-ceiling windows. An orange shag area rug defines the living room seating area that features a large sectional. Grid-like squares create a focal wall where the TV and floating fireplace sit.
The platform bed with built-in nightstands are kept low to create a contemporary style but also so they don't compete withe beautiful views of San Diego through the floor-to-ceiling windows. For a touch of retro, a vintage advertisement is hung above the bed, while a shag area rug adds warm texture underfoot.
A wall of windows in this two-story great room allows views of the outdoor patio with fire pit. The open living space has a raw steel accent wall with wall-mounted TV and ribbon flame fireplace. A cozy shag area rug defines the seating area that features a cozy gray sectional and contemporary white chair.
This space is defined by a blend of bright colors, rich textures and bold patterns. Vibrant coral-colored draperies and valences surround this colorful room. A lime green shag area rug sits beneath a chocolate brown sections and neutral upholstered ottoman. Large picture windows provide plenty of natural light to keep the space feeling open and spacious.
A dark wood dining room table with a 42-inch round top allows Matt and Jodi to seat four to six people for meals. Round tables in small spaces are the best solution since there are no hard corners to crowd space needed for chairs. To ground the area and delineate it from the family room and office zones, a shag rug in the same shade of peacock blue was centered in the space.
A matching pair of shag rugs unites two separate living areas within this master bedroom. Their silver gray shade sets the tone for the room, which features a sophisticated sitting area for two. Matching chairs are artfully upholstered in beige velvet with coordinating damask velvet.