Venetian plastered walls, cypress beams and custom-made wrought iron lighting set an elegant tone upon entering this traditional living room. Designer Troy Beasley mixes contemporary chairs, tables and accessories with charming Moorish art and rich, Tuscan hues. Tuscan style is known for its natural, earth-toned colors, like golden yellow, terra cotta and green for an airy effect in warm-weather places, and this ivory and gold color scheme provides just that.
The playful green and plum palette in this guest room are enough to incite a pillow fight with the rows of inviting throw pillows. The curved lines and bright colors throughout the space toss your attention from element to element in the room. The craftsman-style window trim adds warmth and is a nice contrast to the contemporary design style.
For the family room designers brought in plenty of seating with the blue sectional, which adds a pop of color, white armchairs and a neutral colored ottoman that doubles as a coffee table. The white color palette and large windows throughout the space keep the room feeling bright and open, while the fireplace adds a touch of warmth. On either side of the fireplace, storage was added with a set of modern cabinets that can be moved in case the homeowners decide to rearrange their family's space.
Recalling the international bazaars of the homeowner's travels, the fireplace is dressed with a white traditional African headdress, sourced at a local flea market, and matching white baskets and vases. A solid walnut built-in media cabinet below the TV adds function, gravitas and warmth to the color scheme. The glass topped coffee table keeps the center of the design light.
In this section of the master bathroom, a walnut vanity with two sinks provides plenty of storage and functionality in the space, while still keeping the look updated and elegant. Above the vanity, two beveled mirrors reflect the neutral color palette and natural light in the space, while transom windows allow warmth to come in from the outside by letting in natural light of its own.
As seen on Fixer Upper, the newly renovated master bedroom has been transformed with a new, neutral color palette that makes the space feel clean and bright. Joanna chose to incorporate wispy fabrics to soften the space, while wood accents and twin table lamps warm the space. Joanna also repurposed an old church window as a headboard, which created a focal point in the space.
Four dining room chairs in a houndstooth pattern upholstery are the visual standout in this transitional dining room. The decor and palette draw subtly on a '70s theme, with the gold and earth tones in the chairs' fabric set against a warm beige wall color, a metal frame table and votive candle centerpiece in amber gold, and wall art framed with a rich red border.
As seen on HGTV's Good Bones, Mina and Karen used neutral gray and brown tones to create a sophisticated oasis. The neutrals keep the design calm, yet warm and inviting, while the patterns on the fabric adds a fun twist to an elegant design. To add color to this neutral palette, the duo added bold paintings and a colorful bird mobile to brighten the space.
This modern nursery features a custom navy and white dresser with a changing table tray and mixed metallics that create a color palette designed to age well. Warm wooden interior doors continue the modern, clean lines in the space, paired with hardwood flooring covered with a textured neutral area rug. A chrome light fixture and pool penguin photograph above the dresser makes for playful artistic focal points.
To create an open, bright space that is still true to the design in the rest of the renovated Spanish Colonial, designers used white as their base color to reflect the natural and artificial light in the space, making it light. To accent the neutral color palette, Spanish tile was added to the backsplash and base of the walls, while a brick floor laid in a chevron pattern helps to add warmth to this bright space.
The assortment of fabrics in this eclectic bedroom brings warmth and personality to the space. Designer Sarah Richardson combined industrial and fine elements equally so nothing looks out of place. The dragon fabric on the headboard and footboard set the tone for the room, and patterns with the same color scheme are sprinkled throughout for a look that flows smoothly. Family heirlooms add a cozy touch.
Designers wanted to create a space that is open, light and airy so that this home's young family could eat, work and play comfortably together, so they started with a neutral color palette and plenty of natural light. Then, they added plenty of warm details, such as the custom table, exposed beams, brass fixtures and French Oak floors and bright blue accents for a splash of color, creating the perfect, Moroccan inspired space for this family.
Textural elements, a monochromatic color palette, and organic influences are primary in this transitional living room. Clean lines on the stack stone fireplace, marble floors and wood grain ceilings give this room an organic feel. The furniture is warm and welcoming, with a double chaise sectional and two cushioned armchairs. Just steps away, a large sliding door opens to the covered, with a fireplace and mounted TV.
In this bedroom space, designers wanted to keep the space feeling clean and bright like the rest of the home, so they kept the color palette neutral and warm with a subtle, gray and white look. For a little extra comfort, a sitting area was added to the room and is separated from the main bedroom space by a curtain that adds privacy to both spaces.
The kitchen in this home is expansive, a rare luxury in New York living. The black and white color palette is perfect for kitchens because it is clean and perennially on-trend, especially when accented with warm metallic fixtures. The black kitchen island provides a streamlined and efficiently laid out space, perfect for preparing family meals. Behind the counter, a marble backsplash is another timeless touch.
Stunning wood and plasterwork moldings and details define this elegant space. Sage green trim molding stands out against the bright aqua walls for added visual interest. A chair and sofa upholstered in a peach floral pattern pops against the blue walls and add a warm color to the room's cool palette. An ornate mantel with a floral carving complements the floral-patterned furnishings to unify the space.
Getting through to the patio will never be the same now that designer Anna Williams uplifted this living space with custom cabinetry and comfortable furnishings. The gray and white color scheme softens the room and allows the view from the glass patio doors to take prominence. Especially noteworthy is the attractive gray and white area rug that warms the presentation of the more practical beige tile.
Complementary shades of blue and orange decorate this inspired dining space. Orange carpet tiles by Flor anchor the eating area, which features a long, rustic-industrial table matched with chairs in two metallic finishes, as well as a whimsical outdoor bench repurposed with bold blue paint and custom cushions. A beamed ceiling adds warmth and interest to the space and continues the earthy color palette.