Muted shades of gray-blue paired with a chocolate brown mohair sofa make for a lush and glamorous living room that's still comfy and cozy enough to hang out in every day. Silver-toned drapery, white silk sheers and neutral walls provide a soothing backdrop.
Designer Phillip Silver selected a quartz chandelier from Portugal, mirrored table top and antique commodes to add appeal to this fashion-inspired living room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. The furniture is arranged in multiple seating areas to encourage intimate conversations in a room ready for a glamorous party.
This beautiful neutral living room features a built-in dry bar and a cozy gray sofa paired with several brown and neutral textured pillows. Mosaic tile accent strips on the wall draw the eye to the contemporary fireplace and a pair of tall silver vases.
Let color set the stage for your living room or entertaining area. Blues, silvers, whites and grays give this space a calm and relaxing vibe that's perfect for alone time or group entertainment. The pocket door helps to open the space, while modern details make it more trendy.
To create a focal point in the home's spacious living room, she had the old, outdated brick replaced with Texas limestone, then, she and Chip installed a simple, wood mantle highlighted by a clock, silver candlesticks and red vases to add a splash of color.
The screen in this midcentury modern living room rests at the bottom of the stairs and was used in place of a railing. It mimics a piece of furniture and the square design adds an interesting textural element to the area. Design by Guy and Karen Vidal, owners Design Vidal, Silver Lake, California.
This breakfast area is a cheerful mix of patterns: Bernhardt dining chairs with a graphic back and nailhead trim surround a round Coddington-designed walnut table. A silver leaf iron pendant, roman shades and a Moroccan-print accent rug complete the space. The artwork in the adjoining living room is by Monika Steiner.
Designer Phillip Silver selected watermelon pink and burnt orange colors that were prevalent in Yves Saint Laurent's 1966 Rive Gauche line for the furnishings in the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 living room. The colors add a fun contrast to the view of the backyard and San Francisco Bay beyond.
The sofa is a key element in a living room’s design. It anchors the space and provides a place for the family or guests to come together. A matching red leather love seat helps define the room around the coffee table and facing the flatscreen television. Above the TV, large silver globes create a unique, 3D decorative element to draw the eye.
This traditional living room, a room makeover from HGTV's Flip or Flop, projects an upscale French style both in its color scheme and ornate furniture and accessory selections. The color palette includes white, silver and shades of gray, while the soft green in the pillows, throw and faux greenery mirror the colors seen from the window for a soft blend of hues.
A grid of wavy glass squares set into a screen reflects light into the living room. Each glass panel was handblown, then silvered and washed for a murky, underwater effect. A softly curved antique Irish console softens the space; cast-bronze pigeons alighted on the salvaged balustrade are an allegory of the city.
A fresh combination of white, black and gray adds a sleek aesthetic to this contemporary living room. Floor-length silver draperies add a subtle glow next to soft, gray walls and white furnishings. Faux wheat grass planters bring in a deep green hue for an added touch of color. Design by HGTV fan silversun84
Treat secondary living spaces to their very own trees—it’s a great chance to branch out from your main decorating color scheme and style to try something new and different. In the bonus room the design team used cool blues and swaths of silver create a glam look on the tree and at the window, with a large white wreath.
Traditional built-ins are countered with contemporary touches in this eclectic living room. Blue pillows add color against the cream couch. A contemporary wooden coffee table with extending sides sits on the shag rug and matches the brown leather armchairs and dark wood floor. Silver statues add modern detail and decor.
Gospel singer BeBe Winans' elegant living room is decked out for the holiday season with a floor-to-ceiling Christmas tree dressed with silver, gold and white baubles, as seen on HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes. Lighted wreaths and long, trailing bows adorn the oversized windows on both sides of the tree.
These two separate living areas were united within this master bedroom using a matching pair of shag rugs. Their silver-gray shade sets the tone for the room, which features a sophisticated sitting area for two. Within the sitting area, two matching chairs are artfully upholstered in beige velvet with coordinating damask velvet on the sides.
In the formal dining room, bold, charcoal walls are lightened up and are made more lively with the addition of gray, yellow and white paisley dining chairs. These chairs add an element of fun to the space, while brightening the room. To create visual interest, a series of vintage silver platters hang on the wall, creating a focal point.
Golden baubles, high-end finishes and metallic trees are all excellent ways to bring your Christmas decor into the 21st Century. Moving beyond the traditional red and green is a big step toward embracing a modern color palette. Here, small green, blue and silver decorations add holiday sparkle to this cozy living room without being too overwhelming.