A teal upholstered bed is the centerpiece of this eclectic bedroom and brings bold color to the space. Gold accents, from the table lamps to the artwork over the bed, add glamour to the room, while sleek, open nightstands provide much-needed storage.
This living room has warm yellow walls, built-in shelving, a cozy window seat with soft red fabric and a stone fireplace with wooden mantle. Wooden end tables are placed between the yellow furniture, arranged around a glass coffee table complete with candles.
Framed family photos hang behind the couch and leather armchair, creating a gallery wall. A polished nickel floor lamp with a drum shade adds sophistication to the space. The diamond patterned floor pouf serves as a foot rest or stool.
In this traditional kitchen you'll find nder-cabinet lights provide ample task lighting for the workspace, while glass-fronted cabinets feature accent lighting to showcase the homeowner's teapot collection. The windows are unadorned to take maximum advantage of the city view.
Sleek walnut cabinetry is paired with sleek white countertops, while the large center island is clad in waterfall edge countertops. Open shelves keep dishes and glasses handy and create an open, airy atmosphere.
As seen on HGTV's hit show Buying and Selling, Drew and Jonathan transformed Daniel and Vanessa's master bedroom into a bright, inviting space perfect for relaxing. The neutral walls and window treatments help to brighten up the space and take advantage of the natural light that enters the room through the large window behind the bed. The rich colors and sleek furniture the Scotts have put into the room help to make the space warm and inviting.
Bursts of vibrant, warm color—like red—make a bigger impact when paired with cooler shades, or with neutrals. Here, the designers chose a medium blue as the base color for the patio seating area, then added spark with bold red and crispness with strategically placed white accents.
One spot in the house that's often neglected when decorating for the holidays is the kitchen. Why not add just a few Christmas touches to make it look and feel more welcoming? Hang the same wreaths used in other rooms on the kitchen windows to keep the look cohesive. Add red dish towels, red napkins and stock your cookie jars with treats for guests to take the festive feel a step further.
Anchored in white, this living room is the perfect clean, contemporary space for these homeowners and their family. The living room is instantly warmed by the natural light let in by the trio of large windows to the right of the space, and exposed beams add further warmth and contrast, along with a bit of dimension to the elegant, contemporary space.
From the hallway, the door opens into the master suite to reveal a warm, inviting oasis for the homeowners. From the rich, wood flooring to the warm, neutral bedding, up to the vaulted, white shiplap ceiling and the trio of windows that allow natural light to fill every corner of the room, this space feels like a cozy oasis for the homeowners.