This living room's walls are painted a creamy beige hue to provide a serene backdrop for this meditative space. The furnishings are an eclectic mix of old and new, including a nineteenth century Buddha, a transitional beige armchair and an antique Oushak carpet.
Woven baskets are a textured and practical addition to the modern bookshelf in this neutral kids' room. They conceal clutter and make it easy to organize children's things like toys, puzzles and games.
The barn conversion is one of the more distinctive and unusual Fixer Uppers that Chip and Joanna have undertaken. The renovated barn home offers distinguishing exterior features such as a classic metal roof, extra large windows, sliding barn doors and exterior gooseneck lamps.
Whether relaxing at the end of an epic day skiing or gathering with friends and family to relax and recharge, this stylish lodge-style bonus room is sure to please with ski charm incorporated into every inch.
13 Ways to Add Holiday Flair to Your Front Porch in Ten Minutes: All About the Kids
A day or two before Christmas, create a reindeer feeder to get kids excited about Santa. This can be as simple as finding an old rustic bucket or basket and leaving carrots or fresh root vegetables out along with a cute sign.
Natural wood tones, distressed blue paint and a bit of coral give this entry a neutral yet nautical flair. The gorgeous geometric mirror adds a sculptural element and helps bounce light around the space while the grasscloth wallpaper and rug add texture.
Grey Pouf Ottoman, End Table and Pops of Color Accent the Space
The living room has surprising pops of colors and textures that add interest to the white and grey color scheme of the space. The acrylic table is light and translucent, allowing visual access to the grey pouf ottoman underneath. The tabletop accents and vignettes add more color and texture to the space.
Kelly Green Bathroom With Contemporary Wood Vanity
As this 6-foot-by-7-foot Atlanta bathroom demonstrates, sometimes bold color is all you need to make a big statement. Although this space receives no natural light, the bold kelly green walls give it fresh personality. The ultra-white floor and wainscoting counterbalance the green's intensity.
When they feel like having a quiet night in, the owners can retreat to the den. Here, reclaimed wood ceilings, a stone fireplace and stacks of firewood set quite the cozy tone, while a plush sectional, two spotted armchairs and another set of chairs give everyone room to curl up.
Coastal Neutral Living Room With Concrete Fireplace
In this open concept living room, designers planned a concrete fireplace for a hint of industrial edge. The rest of the furnishings are simple and coastal chic: shiplap paneling, warm woods and natural fibers.
This no-fuss dining room fits right in with this bachelor pad's aesthetic. A wood area rug defines the dining space, which includes a small square table, four chairs and a trendy chandelier. A conversation-starting screen made of little wire people rests against a wall for added visual interest.
Caramel bamboo floors, streamlined lighting and Valspar Seafoam Storm paint make this bright and open space feel like anything but a basement. A pool table covered in platinum felt and a sectional in charcoal fabric complement the room's steely palette.
Kitchen With Marble Countertops and Bright Blue Island
Gorgeous white marble countertops and the stainless steel appliances contrast beautifully against the blue cabinets. This stunning island is painted bright blue and creates interest and fun in the space.