A wood slat sloped ceiling and red windowpane print sofa give off a cozy cabin vibe while the zebra print ottoman and tufted red armchairs bring some drama and glamour to this game room. Red and white striped tub club chairs sit in front of the windows with a dainty chandelier, creating an intimate spot for reading or playing cards.
The walls of this contemporary sitting room have an unusual structure: blue panels interspersed with stainless steel strips. A graphic brown and cream slipper chair adds textural dimension to the space. However, behind a paneled wall, the space converts to a handy laundry unit with washer/dryer and an area for hobbies and crafts. The room is part of HGTV's 2011 Green Home.
A sparkling, streamlined chandelier illuminates the rustic wood table with a natural edge emphasizing the warm wood tones in the space. The multicolor art piece stands out on a bold red wall while a striped table runner ties the room's main colors together. A mix of chair and bench seating in a soft neutral color adds a sleek, more modern look to this dining room's eclectic style.
This richly decorated dining room features detailed ceiling moldings paired with gold wallpaper and teal accents, as seen in the upholstered dining chairs. Blue velvet drapes and striped valances frame each of the sets of French doors, while a crystal chandelier over the dining table provides a glamorous finishing touch.
The view from this modern master bedroom overlooks the pool and the Las Vegas strip. In this space, the colors of the desert are accentuated in the orange beanbag chair and the red-orange painting that hangs on the modern, cinder block wall. The use of these natural colors and textures ensures that, not only does the outside blend into the nature that surrounds this home, so does the inside.
In the open plan space, a living area that easily seats eight adds another colorful note to this interior. The mix of styles is engaging. A large farmhouse table sets the scene. Dining chairs have been upholstered in an eye-catching striped pattern, in a color that mirrors the home’s bookcase. To top it off, a beautiful flea market-sourced chandelier adds a vintage touch to the space.
As seen on HGTV's hit show, Fixer Upper, the rustic table is accented by metal chairs and a modern centerpiece and lit by a modern chandelier, giving this dining room space a rustic, modern design that complements that of the adjacent kitchen. A gallery wall behind the table gives the space a focal point, while the striped rug beneath the table helps make this otherwise formal dining area a bit more casual.
The garden courtyard terrace of this Point Lorna, California, villa home is decorated with subtle pool furniture in neutral tones that complement the property's minimalist design and allow the natural surroundings of the lush garden, with its verdant floral and topiary features, to color to the space. Wicker chairs and chaise longues feature plush striped cushions which highlight the earth tones of the building's facade while blue umbrellas reflect the daytime sky and swimming pool below.
This neutral living space has plenty of seating for the homeowners to entertain family and friends. Reminiscent of a Romantic Era parlor, a grand piano occupies the rear corner of the room, creating an elegant ambiance, while large chaise lounges and comfortable modern chairs add seating for guests and homeowners alike. Finally, accents like the white and gray striped rug and the Asian inspired decor helps to finish the room and bring the design full circle.
A custom designed table made from Italian porcelain flooring with a glass tile inlay is flanked by comfortable metal dining chairs with striped blue cushions in this outdoor dining area. The view from the table is expansive and opens up to hillsides covered in eucalyptus and palm trees and a comfortable lounge area with additional seating. The hillside lounge area is framed by two taupe pillars, a brick patio and a brown wood guardrail, emphasizing the neutral color palette of the garden.
Aside from the kitchen, Chris planned to spend the least amount of money on his second bedroom, which would be used as an office. Taking the advice of a designer friend, he had the room painted in a blue-grey tone from Sherwin-Williams called Krypton and had custom draperies in a modern print made from a clearance bin fabric at $11.99 per yard. Since his laptop is pretty much the only thing he needs to work from home, the room was simply furnished with a vintage desk picked up from an antique market for $600 and paired with a black woven grass chair from IKEA that was $59. To soften the area underfoot, he installed FLOR tiles in a striped pattern, alternating each tile for a parquet look.