A metallic trunk serving as a coffee table is the focal point in this modern living room. A streamlined sofa keeps with the clean, modern feel of the space, while a striped black and white rug adds a punch of graphic interest.
HGTV's Undercover Cousins Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri updated this living room with a modern retro design. Bold walls pop against a black and white area rug, while low-slung furniture rounds out the sitting area.
The stripe trend isn't limited to walls. For maximum impact, an eye-catching rug, like this black-and-white design, works wonders. The secret is scale: Make the rug big enough to create a super-sized statement. Design by HGTV fan cherrybounce.
A bold blue and white patterned rug makes a graphic statement in this open dining area. A wood dining table and benches add warmth to the space, while sleek track lighting keeps with the home's modern design.
This play space combines cozy cottage style with kid-inspired fun. Light gray paint contrasts with hardwood floors and a bold black-and-white striped rug. Corrugated metal awnings over the windows bring a masculine element to the room.
This modern nursery uses a neutral patterned wallpaper to provide a beautiful contrast to a dark wooden crib and black-and-white area rug. A rocking chair and bright orange framed wall hangings provide the finishing touches.
A lavender wall provides a soft backdrop for the white details in the contemporary bedroom. A fuzzy rug, plush bed coverings and a retro-inspired nightstand add brightness to the room. A lovely black lamp, black and white photography and a metallic throw pillow add personality to finish the design.
A black bed frame with bright, ruby red comforter creates a bold color combo for the design of this bedroom. Layers of throw pillows pad the bed and add to the black, white and red color scheme. A black and white rug and patterned, neutral ceiling create an eye catching geometric base for the room.
Pale blue walls make this master suite feel soft and soothing for sleep. And yet, to ensure that the space was still visually interesting, the designers brought in a graphic black-and-white area rug and layered on furniture with bold shapes and lines.