In this bedroom, designers went with a neutral color palette that would anchor the space and reflect the natural light that comes into the space from the room's large windows. A beige colored wallpaper accent wall creates a focal point in the space, while the tan headboard and the sandy wood nightstand add even more warmth to the room's design.
Neutrals are a popular choice for fall decorating, especially oatmeal tones that blend perfectly with oranges, deep greens and browns. Bring warm texture and rich neutrals to your fall spread with table runners or tablecloths made from thick Belgian linen.
In the living room, designers wanted to create a timeless, intimate space for the homeowners, so they started with a patterned rug and chose pieces of furniture that had some of the same colors. Then, they implemented a mix of materials such as glass, wood, metal and textiles to make the space eclectic, yet soft and warm, creating a grand room that is still very homey, welcoming and comfortable.
This elegant hallways is incredibly bright thanks to the natural light that pours into the space from the window on the door and the window that bisects the bookshelves. That natural light reflects off the neutral walls, making the space feel large and bright. Designers added neat colors and textures to make the space more personal, such as the bright blue patterned couch and curtain, the leaf pendant light and the wall hangings.
In this apartment's common space, the open concept floor plan is home to the kitchen, dining area and living room. The neutral color palette in the space makes the space feel clean, bright and open, while the rust colored couch in the living room brings warmth to the spaces.
This master bedroom welcomes guests with warm, neutral tones, crushed velvet textures and a stunning, patterned rug. Large windows let in gorgeous views of the lakefront, providing the perfect spot for lounging in the cushioned chaise chair.
In the master bathroom, designers chose a warm, neutral color to complement the tile and bring life to the space, while blue mosaic tile in the shower and bold red artwork above the couch add color and personality.
The burnt sienna hue of the sofas in this living room matches the warm wood cabinetry in the adjacent kitchen, making this open space feel unified and cohesive. Neutrals ground the space, while pops of green add colorful interest.