This traditional study is layered with texture, creating a warm, comfortable space its users can sink right into. A clean-lined, bench cushion sofa tucks into a niche in the built-in bookshelves, with swing-arm lamps that turn the spot into a cozy reading nook. A chaise longue adds a modern touch that's softened by its lived-in leather upholstery.
Inspired by the horse painting on the wall, this rustic living room keeps it light and airy. The light-colored couch adds plenty of seating and, along with the handmade shag rug, anchors the room. An antler chandelier adds another rustic touch that complements the exposed ceiling beams. A stone wall around the fireplace adds texture against the surrounding white walls.
Susan Brunstrum designed this great room using soft color and contemporary furnishings and accents to continue her Mountain Modern approach to this vacation home in Park City, Utah. For the cream-colored sofas, she added cobalt blue pillows with a graphic pattern for a pop of color. The star-shaped pendant light trio adds texture and elegance to the room as well.
A three tiered stained glass panel immediately draws the eye to the second story in this loft living space. Below the decorative glass, the living room and kitchen meld seamlessly together with a stylish white marble floor and calm, cool color scheme. A faux fur blanket adds instant texture to the sofa paired with patterned throw pillows for a finishing touch.
The large, open design of this rustic great room showcases beautiful wood details. Wrought-iron chandeliers with candlesticks hang above the long, wooden bar with ample cabinet storage. A row of barstools follows the curve of the bar, and a huge sofa creates separation in the room for the living area. A large stone fireplace surround brings a rough texture to the room.
The casual fabrics chosen for this parlor help create the laid-back, Bohemian look featured here. The linen sofa and throw pillows wear their soft crinkles well and give the space a devil-may-care appearance. Across the space, two linen chairs are positioned to add seating and maintain the space's vibe. The wicker rug below the sofa and chairs is built to sustain wear and tear, but also to give texture to the space, and the large, open window on the back wall gives patrons of this room the feeling of connecting with nature, while maintaining the luxuries of the indoors.
The courtyard terrace of this Point Lorna, California, villa home features neutral furnishings that complement the simplicity of the architecture that encompasses them. Wicker sofas complement the texture of earth toned pillars set in the terrace's archways which are climbing with flowering vines reflected in the pool below. The vines allow the garden's topiary features to traverse the pool the way a footbridge allows passage below.
Texture and pattern take over in the contemporary design of this sitting room. A black border divides sections of blue and neutral wall covering, and a neutral wall accent panel adds dimension to the space. A blue graphic rug and yellow graphic throw pillow add pops of color to the neutral sofa and furniture. A beautiful black lamp with layers of shades is the perfect lighting addition.
Open floor space between the living room and dining room keep the spaces separate while still feeling connected in the open floor plan. A green leather sofa compliments the sage green velvet cushioning of the dining chairs. An animal hide rug and upholstered chairs bring unique texture to the living room. Above the dining table, a petaled light fixture creates a flower shape on the ceiling.
The classic mid-century modern style sofa in the living room has bright throw pillows and a wire magazine rack beside it as decorative elements, as seen on HGTV Fixer Upper. Yellow tulips displayed in large glass jugs compliment the yellow pillow and add brightness to the room. A distressed, wood country door adds lovely texture in the background.
The cool, contemporary features of this garden are complemented by adding textures and color with other contrasting materials. Native plants in the background soften the concrete planters, and the comfortable wood outdoor couch is made even more inviting with the addition of colorful, overstuffed pillows and a cozy throw blanket. Who wouldn't want to curl up next to that fire pit on a crisp California evening?
The homeowners wanted to preserve the warm wood trim throughout this home while creating a more eclectic, funky, family-friendly space for their young family. In this living room, a wood feature wall and stone fireplace create an eye-catching backdrop for the mix of chic, yet comfortable furnishings. A woven rug, leather chairs and a comfy upholstered sofa bring a harmonizing mix of textures that add interest to the space.
Designers wanted this spacious, Midcentury Modern living room to fell intimate despite its large floor plan, so they carefully chose textures and fabrics that would add personality, but wouldn't overwhelm the beautiful exterior views showcased by the expansive windows. Walls are painted white to reflect the views of the outdoors, while the color is added through a few pieces of modern art and colorful, patterned throw pillows on the modern sofas.
A shiplap finish covers the chimney interior and wall to add texture and a subtle accent wall to the room. The tall ceiling makes the spacious room even more expansive and airy. A colorful canvas above the fireplace adds bold color to the neutral tones of the room. Soft green sofas and cushioned wood rocking chairs provide cozy seating around a square wood coffee table.
This elegant hallways is incredibly bright thanks to the natural light that pours into the space from the window on the door and the window that bisects the bookshelves. That natural light reflects off the neutral walls, making the space feel large and bright. Designers added neat colors and textures to make the space more personal, such as the bright blue patterned couch and curtain, the leaf pendant light and the wall hangings.
As seen on HGTV's The High Low Project, a fur pillow beneath a clear coffee table adds texture to this contemporary living room. A dark yellow sofa with patterned blue and red throw pillows provides color against the white walls and gray rug. The flow of the living space was kept open to keep it from feeling crowded. Bar stools provide a space for dining as well as extra seating for guests
A factory cart coffee table and reclaimed barn wood hung over the fireplace mantel add natural texture to this casual living space. A large brown sofa with white trim and a wing back chair provide a comfy place to sit back and enjoy the fireplace. The trio of windows are adorned with floor-to-ceiling indigo-blue drapes and bamboo blinds.
The open floor design of this modern living room and dining room plays heavily with daring geometric shapes. Wenge wrapping the walls and ceiling creates the geometric idea of a cube over the dining room while details like the X-based coffee table and cubed side table unify the design within the details. Softer textures like a silk area rug and leather and upholstered sofas soften the space to highlight the peaceful living environment.