A modern white chair and coordinating white desk are tucked in the corner of this room, creating a stylish workspace for one. A furry rug adds coziness underfoot, and French doors provide ample natural light.
This living room has a unique modern design, creating an interesting space with its use of dramatic colors. The walls of this living room and the furniture are black, while the floor has a white shag rug. The rug and white end tables act as pops of color in the otherwise dark space.
White walls create a gallery-like environment for the homeowners’ bold, modern artwork, and midcentury modern furniture fits nicely with the home’s clean lines. Glass-topped tables add to the room’s openness, while a large, gray rug breaks up the pale wood floors and defines the seating area.
Clean white walls and furniture allow the vibrant orange, pink and green accents to take center stage in this modern kid's bedroom. A graphic rug and coordinating throw pillows bring movement to the space.
Chic White Sitting Area With Funky, Colorful Accents
Stark white furniture and walls make colorful touches that much more impactful. The shabby chic-inspired dresser and stylish white and green chair feel updated and clean, while the mod art and flokati pillow serve as funky, unexpected accents.
Transitional Neutral Dining Room With Vintage Flair
The ceiling of this transitional dining space is sheathed in wood, creating a warm counterpart to the white walls and cool concrete flooring. A traditional rug and vintage ’60s furniture create a nice vignette beside the mod, slate-hued fireplace.
This fun teen girl's room is a seating area designed for hanging out with friends. The space features a mix of patterns and bold color. The mod furniture, striped rug, funky chandelier, dramatic window treatments and eclectic accessories pop against bright white walls.
A designer's work is never actually done. For most designers there is always a little something extra that could be done to take our designs to the next level. However, the only thing I could find to do in the Blehm's master sitting area was to adjust the lampshade because the room and its views were flawlessly picturesque. In this space, Angela used one of my favorite hospitality-inspired design tricks. She concealed the drapery hardware behind the crown moulding, thereby creating a clean and elevated look. The moulding becomes the cornice and the pleated linen drapery opens to expose the outdoors like a movie screen. How's that for drama?! My number one pick in this image is the upholstered bench. It manages to be retro, mod, and current all at the same time. Angela's is fearless in her use of white furniture and rugs throughout the family home. She's proof that it can be done, not to mention, done with her three young children and pets!