The large sectional grounds the design of this living room by adding a deep shade of blue to the room. The natural walls, area rug and ceiling keep the room looking bright and spacious. A kid's play table is centered in the room for a fun and interactive family set up.
Thanks to a versatile fireplace surround and a color scheme of neutral grays and silver tones, the mantel of the 2014 HGTV.com Holiday House can easily shift from masculine to kid-friendly to feminine with a simple re-styling of objects.
This transitional living room features a black-and-white painted ceiling depicting watercolor-style flowers. An arched doorway welcomes family and friends into the gray room, which has an intimate seating area.
Coral accent pillows on the bed are cheerful contrast in the predominantly blue and white space. The watercolor painting, made by the homeowner's mother, over the chair was the room's color inspiration.
The owners' master suite wouldn't be complete without something blue. Luckily, designer Natalie Myers hung a beautiful watercolor painting over their bed, so they can enjoy their favorite color at all times.
The homeowner loves florals, so designer John McCain uses wallpaper of giant red and pink watercolor-style flowers for the downstairs powder room. The floating vanity features traditional trimwork and a marble countertop.
From the floral wallpaper and watercolor art to the black canopy bed and striped rug, every inch of this master bedroom feels thoughtfully balanced. In turn, each of the owners will find peace and comfort here.
With their watercolor-esque design, these slipper chairs seem a bit whimsical -- and so fit right in with the room's floral wallpaper and contemporary artwork. Meanwhile, a traditional chandelier and wood table bring some structure to the space.
Framed watercolor art evokes the movement of waves flowing in and out, even capturing the ocean's natural hues which inspired the color palette of this home. Sand-colored linen couches add to the coastal look of this living room.