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Vintage Glassware and Fresh Flowers Create a Fun Feeling in Cottage Dining Room
The owner of this home is a twenty-something Nashville musician, so designers wanted to create a space that really showcased her personality, so they added funky details that bring the space to life. Vintage glassware was added to the table to give it a funky touch, while fresh flowers and geodes add a touch of nature to this space.
A glass wall with a pocket door fully retracts, opening this transitional living space to the outdoors and the breathtaking view. A marble fireplace, beamed ceiling and wide-plank French oak floors warm the space and connect to the Mediterranean-inspired architecture, while contemporary furnishings give the room a chic, up-to-the-minute vibe.
Blue Fabrics and Accents Dress Up Transitional Living Room
This neutral transitional living room is livened up with blue fabrics and artwork. The intimate sitting area features a pair of cozy blue armchairs, a neutral sofa and a large square wood coffee table.
Nothing wows guests like a little high-tech gadgetry. Keep them from fumbling around in the dark looking for light switches by installing a Lutron Home Control system. They can download the app to control all the Lutron switches via your home’s Wi-Fi from the comfort of bed. Turn them off or just dim them to bring the vibe down a notch.
Single-Story Ranch House Has Entry With Half Door
An arched-top half door welcomes visitors to this single-story ranch house. Minimal landscaping complements the clean lines of the house.
To call this pool and living complex of Amarula Sun "unique" is an understatement. Located right on the Gulf of Mexico in Holiday, Fla., the 10,000-square-foot outdoor space features waterfront views from each of the pools, as well as different areas for lounging and entertaining.
Urban living feels ultra-glamorous in this five-story townhouse located on New York City's posh Upper East Side. The home comes with five bedrooms, five bathrooms and fun perks like a charming garden patio and a roof deck.
White, Transitional Living Room with Waterfront View
Windows wrap this fun and colorful living space, offering a sweeping view of the Washington waterfront. White walls and exposed beams provide a neutral backdrop for colorful and whimsical furniture pieces and accessories, including a standout red coffee table. An old-fashioned stove provides extra heating for cold days.
Artist Lacy VanCourt's transformed Texas farmhouse features carefully curated southwestern style and rich textiles. White wall planks allow colorful pieces of framed art and collectables to bring the space to life. A red patterned area rug shares the two sofas lined with cushions and pillows showcasing her embroidery work.
This living room gave designers plenty to work with with its beautiful windows, high ceilings and lake views. To freshen up the space, hardwood floors were refinished and the room given new moldings and paint.
The upstairs loft living room features cinnamon-colored walls fanned by large hand-stenciled gingko leaves. A set of channel-tufted walnut library chairs in soft chenille fabrics bracket the small chest of drawers, where a bronze sculpture by renowned artist Robert Hooke stands.