Designed by Angelica Henry, this modern living room is primarily styled in gray and white and accented with bright pinks in the accessories and pillows. The sheer gray draperies that span the floor-to ceiling windows soften the stronger lines of the media cabinet and other furnishings — as do the rounded pendant lights hanging from above.
Pink Sofa, Green Chairs Pop in Contemporary Living Room
A fresh coat of paint works wonders on this historic home, instantly brightening the 1870s interior and making it look more modern. Using the white walls as a canvas, the designers then introduced splashes of color via the bright red art in the foyer and a pink sofa, green chairs and blue area rug in the living room.
Inspired by his client's custom pop art collection, designer Joe Human packed this modern apartment with bold prints and patterns. In the living room, polka dot wallpaper enlivens the space without competing with the vibrant artwork.
The lavishly designed living room in this Paradiso, Switzerland penthouse brings in all the views of nearby Lake Lugano. The warm, neutral color palette and crushed velvet seating is inviting and functional while giving the space an ultra high-end vibe.
The pink and green theme of this tropical sitting room is playful yet tasteful. Small details like the palm branch ceiling fan give the room subtle interest on top of an obviously vibrant first impression.
This modern living room by designer Judith Balis has an open floor plan and a clean-lined sofa. The textural elements of the stone fireplace and shaggy rug, along with hints of apple green, keep this modern space from feeling too sterile.
The waterfront property in Innisfil, ON, Canada features a grand guest house with glamorous finishes. The living room is separated from the dining room with this awesome storage booth that includes a spot for wine!
Drew and Jonathan Scott's Las Vegas home includes this large living room that flows freely to an open kitchen. A stunning chandelier emphasizes the room's tall ceilings, making the space feel grand and airy.
Because the backdrop and furnishings of this New York City living room are styled in soft, monochromatic hues, designer Kathie Chrisicos was able to infuse pops of strong color in the art and accessory selections. Especially fetching is the abstract art behind the sofa in an orange-red hue, along with the vase of orange, yellow and pink roses that enlivens the coffee table. These colors add depth and drama to the design.