Combining a neutral sofa with a contemporary chair and traditional armchairs creates an eclectic and inviting living room. A black and white chevron rug anchors the space, while the modern art piece ties the room together.
Designer Brian Paquette packs this small condo's living room with loads of style. Large windows fill the space with ample light and highlight the metal bookshelf, round coffee table and simple black and white striped rug. Hot pink flowers add a pop of bright color to the mostly neutral palette.
This contemporary dining room was painted a happy celadon green and grounded with a black and white chevron-print rug. A glass table keeps the space from feeling cramped while mounted planters with colorful flowers add a playful touch.
The black and white stripe pattern in the rug and curtains is bold and striking. The bright green accessories and greenery appear even more vivid against the black stripes and bright white shiplap walls.
As seen on Home Town, Ben and Erin Napier have completely renovated the Johnikin residence in Laurel, Mississippi. In the living room, the highlighter yellow paint was replaced and the floors were refinished. New decorations and lighting make this room the main attraction.
This transformation of a low ceiling basement space in a 1920s Colonial primary focus was to create a studio. Designer Justine Sterling gave the space a fresh, contemporary update and included a place for the kids to read.
The kitchen was kept clean and bright with white cabinetry and backsplash tiles and a pale gray countertop. Texture brings in layers of interest: a black-and-white shag rug, the pretty wooden cutting board.
No need to use a fabric rug in this outdoor space, given the orange and white-bordered rug painted on the wood deck. The cheery bright color scheme continues with the outdoor dining table and orange and white stools.
A romantic English country-inspired sitting area features a dramatic blue velvet chair, golden cocktail table, landscape panting, a lantern, paneling, a white rug and a vase of flowers. The room is designed by Susan Ferrier; the architect is Bobby McAlpine. The room is featured in “Poetry of Place: The New Architecture and Interiors of McAlpine."
The gray-and-white-striped rug and beige-and-white-striped couch complement each other, making a subtle, playful statement. Bold pink cushions and green throw pillows bring a whimsical vibrancy to the space.