This spacious master bedroom is decorated in neutral woods, shades of blue and plenty of texture. It features an accent wall with textured, metallic-accented wallpaper, blue textured nightstands with blue patterned table lamps, wooden bed with blue upholstered nailhead headboard, and bench and armchair both in blue tufted velvet.
This airy living room features a neutral upholstered sofa and armchairs paired with floor-to-ceiling windows that showcase the stunning ocean view. Multicolored pillows in a variety of designs add a pop of color, while seashells atop the coffee table add to the beach-y feel of the space.
This modern great room brings together dining and living spaces with a vibrant green hue and rustic wood accents, like the reclaimed shelving and lamps. Brown and white patterned armchairs add a touch of flair to the sitting area, while simple, green upholstered chairs are used in the dining space.
A colorful canvas draws the eye in this transitional bedroom design. A pink armchair with soft white pattern compliments the mauve bed cover and tufted upholstered headboard. A blue bed skirt, patterned bench and tufted ottoman add a complimentary tone to the color scheme. A feminine white chandelier hangs above the bed.
This master bedroom is imbued with a warm ambiance thanks to an orange and gold color scheme. The room's primary colors are carried through in the bedding, window treatments, artwork and armchair. The bed has a silk-upholstered headboard with a silver-leaf frame, while a nearby built-in provides ample storage space.
A long rustic table is surrounded by comfortable armchairs and cheetah-print dining chairs. To make the breakfast area more family friendly, Sunbrella fabric is used since it's durable and easy to clean. The open floor plan kitchen features bright white cabinets, gray tile backsplash and upholstered barstools perfect for casual dining.
With two red leather armchairs, two upholstered recliners and two sofas (one on the wall, the other by the window), this formal living room can easily accommodate a crowd of people. Thus, the designers laid down a patterned area rug to protect the historic home's original hardwood floors and break up all the neutrals.
A calming color palette of neutrals, seafoam green and gray create a spa-like feel of relaxation in this stylish master bedroom. Metallic lamps catch the natural light from the large window. The tan upholstered bed frame and headboard are cushioned with a layer of pillows, and a large armchair with a matching ottoman creates extra sitting space.
Family and friends can gather around to watch a movie or enjoy the view from this living space. A gray velvet sectional, pair of red leather armchairs and upholstered bench offer plenty of seating options. The built-in dark wood entertainment center stores personal treasures, books and media to keep the space organized and clutter-free.
This cozy master bedroom features a stone fireplace, which designer Susan Brunstrum accentuated by keeping the furnishings simple and the colors monochromatic. The dark wood of the mantel complements the woodwork in the room and the shutters Brunstrum employed to keep the sun at bay. The upholstered, French-style armchairs are lovely accents pieces in front of the fireplace.
Custom polka dot draperies and white island raffia wallpaper set the tone for this comfortable living room. A linen couch and custom throw pillows in various patterns complement the upholstered light blue armchairs, tying together the room's color palette. A natural oak coffee table has clear acrylic legs, giving the illusion of a floating table, adding a contemporary touch to this traditional space.
This modern master bedroom features a tray-style ceiling with a visually interesting hexagonal chandelier. The space also includes a brown accent wall with a large abstract painting hanging above the head of the upholstered bed. Large windows provide a stunning view of the city, and two navy blue armchairs form a small sitting area at the foot of the bed.
This eclectic room works as a dining room or a game room with a multipurpose, black felt pool table as the centerpiece. Two large black velvet armchairs cap the ends of the table with smaller, green leather-upholstered chairs lining the sides. A neutral and black wallpaper pattern swirls throughout the room, creating a nice pattern contrast to the animal print rug.
In a master bedroom that was all about cozy luxury, designer Lauren Macer created an inviting seating area using existing pieces from her client’s collection. “The armchairs are vintage pieces, however they were upholstered in black leather that was damaged. I reupholstered them in a beautiful soft linen fabric for a completely different look,” she says. “When looking for vintage furniture pieces, the most important element is shape. The upholstery, wood color and the condition of the filling can all be changed — so keep an open mind and don’t let a strong pattern or color distract you.”
Neutral, solid tones mute the patterned carpet and blend it beautifully into the room. A large tufted headboard stretches up from layers of pillows feature two navy pillows complimenting the blue tone in the carpet. An upholstered bench at the foot of the bed matches the armchair and ottoman positioned in the natural light of the window trio. A spherical chandelier combines traditional style with contemporary intrigue.
This spacious loft brings together industrial and modern elements to create a space that's both hardworking and luxurious. In the foreground stands an exotic wood dining table, large enough to seat ten comfortably. The armchairs themselves are padded and upholstered, thus comfortable for a long, delicious meal. Above the table hangs an ornate crystal chandelier -- an added touch of elegance in the streamlined space.
To create a multifunctional seating area in an attorney’s home office, designer Tim Barber chose a flexible mix of vintage and reproduction pieces. “For a room versatile enough to prepare a brief, host tea with friends, steer fundraising projects, help with homework and occasionally accommodate overflow guests, we designed a plan with pieces light enough to be moved easily — and durable enough to survive frequent rearranging (nothing too precious here),” he says. “The sofa is a Lino Comfort sleeper from Design Within Reach, which makes the office a convertible guest bedroom in a pinch. We love the deep seat cushions and low flat arms: perfect for a power nap. The chairs are vintage 1957 Knoll Saarinen armchairs, reupholstered in Kravet fabric. The Saarinen cocktail table is a reproduction from Room & Board.”