This Upper West Side penthouse opens up into a warm and inviting foyer, outfitted with modern designs like the black-and-white rug, large framed art, and hallway that leads to a wall of new, oversized windows.
Large wood coffee table lettering spells out "LIVE" as the focal point of this room design. Faux shutters frame the windows, adding a creative look to the large wall. A cozy sofa is finished with a blue striped fabric and ruffled skirt. Orange throw pillows pop against the pale coloring of the sofa and pull out the rich tones in the patterned rug. Word wall art keeps with the motivational theme of the coffee table.
Aqua-colored silk window treatments set the stage for this eclectic study. Two-tiered book tables, a tufted settee, custom-finished executive desk, floating shelves and original art establish a study with staying power.
An eye-catching piece of folk art hangs above the bed in this eclectic guest bedroom. Painted shiplap walls, a woven wicker bed frame and natural window treatments add a touch of coastal style to the space.
Blue and yellow striped curtains frame this quaint window seat. A white chandelier and wood art piece draw attention to the height of the room. A soft blue sofa with blue and white floral pillows carry the light blue from the window area to the rest of the space.
Homeowners, Kimberly and Brent, found two leaded glass windows at a second-hand store, which now flank the bed. An old wood frame window and cotton plant wreath serve as an art piece above the bed, and the natural wood paneling on the ceiling complements the shiplap wooden details seen throughout the house on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
In this two-story sitting room, large windows have full-length drapery framing a large, elegant painting of a red dress. A low-hanging, crystal and glass chandelier is above a coffee table, pair of chairs, and ornate white sofa. The chair backs angle the opposite direction of the unique sofa for a complimentary effect, and all are placed on a brown area rug with white detail.
A huge window frames in part of the city skyline, adding it to the art on display in this apartment living room. The smooth, rounded edges of the lovely side tables bring a softening touch to the space.
A row of windows lines the walls of this rustic dining room, framing views of the surrounding wildlife and falling snow. The wood dining table was custom made by cabinet makers and is surrounded by high-back chairs. An Arts and Crafts-style chandelier lights the dining table.
As seen on HGTV’s Fixer Upper, host Joanna Gaines created a personalized piece of art for this living room using a metal letter “g” framed with an old screen door. A slipcovered white chair and country blue window treatments enhance the room’s French Country style.
The owners of this home hoped to show off their collections, so designers made the collector's items the focal points in the space. The room's statues are placed in prominent positions, two in front of windows to allow light to shine directly on them, and two on either corner of the fireplace at the front of the room. The art collection, framed in black and hung on white walls, is also very prominent in the space.
Blue cabinetry frames this inviting window seat and creates a monochromatic look over the space. A white roman shade compliments the bright, natural light of the window as it streams over the striped seat cushion and plush patterned pillows. A contemporary art fixture and bright floor rug add a peak of intrigue to the otherwise sweetly simple design.