Moroccan Inspired Living Room With Blue Accents and Neutral Backdrop
Neutral furnishings allow the accessories to pop in this comfortable and exotic family room. A blue shag rug anchors the room and provides texture, while custom wall art and a beautiful mosaic tile on the fireplace create a focal point. Throw pillows in a variety of colors and patterns tie the space together.
Moroccan-Inspired Living Room With Copper and Taupe Color Scheme
This living room has high ceilings and an open archway leading to a dining room. An oversized chair, wooden table with a flowering plant centerpiece, and a white fireplace with old world artwork over the mantel brings the room together.
Open, Moroccan Inspired Living Room With Beige Sectional and Blue Accents
Painting the cabinets, walls and ceiling shades of white creates a fresh and neutral backdrop for pops of color in this open floor plan. Complementary to the large artwork, fabrics for the pillows, throws, dining chairs and ottoman's upholstery add color. The kitchen pendants and accessories tie the spaces together.
Designer Marie Burgos adds an exotic, Zen vibe to this Asian-inspired living room with a bust and hand of Buddha. Fresh splashes on apple green in the trunks used instead of a coffee table add to the room's globe-trotting flair.
Celebrating true Ottoman aesthetics, this room is grounded in rich tones of gold and garnet. The traditional Turkish area rug inspired the opulent selections of velvet, sateen and silk for the sofa and pillows.
The clients wanted a grown-up space that they could entertain in but would stand up the wear and tear of little boys and dogs! The inspiration for this was their wedding on the beach - bright sunset orange, blues, and turquoise. Hands down it had to give them those feelings - and it did! We hunted down unique pieces all over Atlanta. The Italian leather club chairs feel very 70's lounge to me. I love them and they are insanely comfortable!
The family room area was transformed into a bold and bright gathering place. The red, white and blue palette is appropriate for the colonial architecture of the house, while the playful touches and interesting shapes are graphic, modern and playful.
The spa feel creeps from the master bath to the living room with these two chaise lounges that add nice, relaxing seating to the home's living space. Light, airy curtains adorn the windows, adding privacy and muted protection from the afternoon sun.
Just as any dapper man dresses in layers, so does the dapper living room! Designer Scot Meecham Wood enhanced menswear patterns like pinstripes (pillows) and plaid (curtains) with rich materials like chrome, leather, and burl wood.
This angle gives a great view of how all three spaces work together - the living room to the reading nook to the kitchen. Everything is so bright and cheery, each space has a function and gives the relaxed feeling of the beach while not looking like a kitschy beach house in any way.