The living room was updated with fresh wall paint in sage green and new hardwood flooring. The ceiling-height corner window grouping, which had given the home a dated look, now becomes a key feature with new cedar wrap that gives it a more natural and refined look.
Create a wall grouping with fall flair by framing fall leaves, autumn-colored paper and sentiments that celebrate the season. You can also add a temporary touch of fall to any flat-fronted frame by hot gluing acorn tops to its surface.
Stone exterior gives this backyard pleasing texture and neutral tones. Waterfall features are elevated from the swimming pool and flow down into the main water. Large natural stones surround planted palm tree groupings. Landscape lighting adds a warm glow to the patio.
Children's bathrooms offer a chance for parents to throw out most decorating rules, instead trying something different and fun. Rather than adding one featured piece of art, the entire bathroom including its doors are covered with original pieces. The key to creating a whimsical look is to mix framed art with unstructured pieces as well as random objects, resulting in a saloon-style wall grouping.
Thick bluestone shelves provide color and complement the room's stone walls. When grouped in threes, accent items feel especially pleasing to the eye, as is the case with these vintage green glass bottles.
In a living room where space is at a premium, there may not be enough tabletop surface to add framed photos or treasured objects. To inject personality into a living room without taking up valuable tabletop space, consider a gallery wall grouping. Here, a tall wall features nine oversized black-and-white prints of the family with a steel console placed below to anchor the space. When adding a console table to a living room, stick with a maximum depth of 18 inches to keep from impeding traffic flow.
An eclectic grouping of furnishings, including an art deco reading lamp, makes up this sitting area. Neutral walls provide a sense of calm, and the ample sunlight helps connect the room to the outdoors.
Soft gray walls and cheerful pops of yellow, orange and blue help this transitional living room feel bright and welcoming. A thoughtful grouping of sofa, ottoman and numerous chairs provides ample seating when guests arrive.
This living room, featured on HGTV's Property Brothers, is decorated with a mirrored end table, modern style chair and a grouping of framed photos on the wall. A metallic lamp with drum shade provides the illumination.