Contemporary living rooms feature softened, rounded lines and contain neutral elements with pops of bold color within a tone-on-tone color palette. Get the look by pulling in pieces of furniture with clean lines and slim silhouettes. A vibrant hue or geometric pattern can be brought into the design by simply adding throw pillows or a bold area rug.
This small apartment branches out in clever ways with a platform bed that doubles as an extra seating area and delightfully kitschy accessories. Oversized white fur pillows top the plush green bed cushion while an acrylic table with toy-pistol vase cozies up to the bedside. Transluscent room dividers and a brightly colored mural-sized painting completes the offbeat and eclectic space.
This urban loft with concrete ceilings and columns is warmed up by wood flooring. The platform bed and color palette are Asian inspired. A contemporary storage unit acts as a room divider, giving the bedroom a sense of privacy in the open floor plan.
Nailhead detailing on the sleek upholstered bed is dainty and elegant, setting the overall tone for this transitional urban bedroom. A papered accent wall draws attention to the bed, which is dressed with crisp, hotel-style bedding. Arched windows add architectural detail and frame the city view.
The panoramic cityscape of San Diego is the standout visual attraction in this loft apartment, so sliding glass doors and large windows on all sides help it be on full display. Thick white curtains provide privacy when needed without darkening the small space.
A modern, graphic backsplash and arty glass panels in the lighted upper cabinets bring loads of character to the kitchen of this converted warehouse space. Built-in wine storage, under-cabinet lighting and durable quartz countertops are as functional as they are stylish.
This major condominium remodel combined the penthouse unit with an adjacent two-story unit in the historic cable building. The new floor plan opens the kitchen up to the dining room and intimate seating area. Each window features a gray cushion and red throw pillow for a comfortable window seat.
Black bamboo floors and a custom concrete entertainment center and fireplace anchor this living space in what was once a high school classroom. Soft textures and sheer drapery balance out the space for this bachelor. Design by HGTV Star contestant Tylor Devereaux.
A custom 12-foot dining wood and aged iron dining table is surrounded by an elegant mix of upholstered seating, including an oversized pair of klismos-inspired chairs that bookend the table and give it visual weight. The cluster chandeliers and convex mirror emphasize the room's curves and connect with a crescent-shaped structural column that delineates the space.