This small living room was enhanced and visually expanded by covering the walls, trim and ceiling in different shades of seaglass tones and using properly-scaled furniture. Designer tip: A smart way to use one color consistently throughout a common area is to choose a slightly lighter shade than the wall color for the ceiling and a slightly darker shade for the trim.
There's a sophisticated air in this dining room highlighted by strong, ornamental furniture pieces. A chandelier hangs above the long dining table, capped at each end with neutral tufted chairs with nailhead trim. The beautifully detailed buffet is a nice contrast to the dark wood of the dining table.
Mirrored drawer fronts dress up a classic white dresser in this cottage-style bedroom. Assorted knickknacks and an off-white mirror sit atop the dresser, which rests against trellis-patterned wallpaper.
Custom-made curtains in a quatrefoil pattern pop against the blue walls of this living area, as seen on HGTV’s Property Brothers. A trellis-style shelf holds flowers and accessories that add a traditional garden atmosphere to the room.
Bold and colorful patterns can be on more than just pillows and throws. Try out some bright, patterned curtains for a statement piece in your living room. "In my shop, chevron, ikat, lattice and trellis prints are popular right now," says Tosha Scott, owner of Castle Creek Designs. The most important thing when bringing in window treatments with lots of color and pattern is to consider how other accessories will help temper the space. If you go bold with window treatments, think about bringing in some neutral furnishings that won't compete with the pattern. Image courtesy of Romo
A trellis cover creates a fun sunlight pattern on the surfaces of this modern outdoor kitchen. Stainless steel cabinets are fixed above and below a gray marble countertop. A long bar has white chairs on one side for an eating space.