Interesting ceiling angles create a unique look in this modern bedroom. The ceiling lowers over the bed area creating a cozy nook-like feel. A gray panel stretches down the wall adding subtle decoration behind the bed and complimenting the gray curtains. Royal blue throw pillows add a bold pop of color over the white bed linens. Built in bedside tables extend from either side of the low, white bed frame.
A blue and white striped area rug adorns the floor of this contemporary living room. The room features coastal accents like a sailboat and seashells sitting above the mantel of the fireplace. Blue throw pillows add a pop of color to the space.
Yellow-green tones such as pea green are associated with both nature and growth. Often considered a difficult color to use, pea green is most successful when paired with other earth tones, particularly brown and/or orange. It's also a good option for gender-neutral kids' rooms.
In this fun and whimsical bedroom, bold swaths of blue and green pop against black-and-white wallpaper with an arrow motif. A mod green light fixture connects with the citron-hued window treatment, while a large blue rug provides softness underfoot. Kid-friendly artwork is graphic and fun.
Varied fabrics and textures in shades of blue come together to provide a look of beauty and feeling of peace in this open dining space.The ten-light chandelier casts a warm glow over the eclectic mix of seating.
Fixer Upper host Joanna Gaines chose handmade tile and dry-stacked it—that is, applied it without grout in the spaces between each piece—for a dramatic new look with the quirky style her sister favors.
By adding a striped pattern to the dining settees in this Park City, Utah vacation home, designer Susan Brunstrum complemented the color and patterns of the adjacent great room while creating a dedicated space for dining. The long wood table accommodates a number of hungry diners without overtaking the living and kitchen space.