This eclectic living room layers a mix of patterns and textures to create a warm, inviting space. A classic tufted bench is topped with hand-printed throw pillows, while a wooden end table is paired with a cool blue table lamp.
This living room has warm yellow walls, built-in shelving, a cozy window seat with soft red fabric and a stone fireplace with wooden mantle. Wooden end tables are placed between the yellow furniture, arranged around a glass coffee table complete with candles.
This earth-toned living room pairs together a blue sofa with a range of brown and neutral hues, including the metallic brown curtains that frame the bay window. Dark brown wooden end tables are positioned throughout the space, adding a modern touch.
As seen on Vacation House for Free, the neutral colors and patterns Matt used in this lakefront home in Oakland, Maine makes the space more inviting. The natural elements such as the burlap lamp shade and wood end table help keep the place chic and warm.
White shiplap walls and a white ceiling give this bathroom a bright and sunny finish. The polished white bathtub shines against the textured walls and warm-toned hardwood floor. A natural wood end table brings a textural element to compliment the rustic influence of the design.
This neutral sitting area features two comfy chairs and offers tons of natural light from a big nearby window with sheer white curtains. A dark wood end table adds an elegant touch while a large indoor houseplant brings a bit of the outdoors into the space.
This buttercream living room features a traditional wood end table and brown leather sofa with nailhead trim. A natural wood coffee table adds a rustic touch, while a stone fireplace provides the focal point of the room. Just through the large windows is a view of the stunning backyard pond.
This contemporary living room features neutral colors, an adjacent kitchen and large sun-lit windows that overlook the city. The custom wood carved coffee table makes a great conversation piece while the natural wood end tables, color patterned pillows, striped throw, and orchid bring color and interest to the space.
This spacious living room pairs together a traditional blue sofa and brown armchairs with modern dark brown wooden end tables. Brown patterned curtains frame a large bay window, allowing natural light to flood the space. A traditional neutral area rug spans the entirety of the living room, providing a finishing touch.
The blue color palette of the HGTV Smart Home 2013 interior begins on the front porch with accent pillows and dishes. Gray rocking chairs and an iron-clad wood end table create a cozy spot for enjoying the outdoors. A pine porch railing features a palm tree motif adds character to this Florida home.
The combination of texture and pattern in this space creates a unique Midcentury Modern vibe. From the velour sofa, dressed down with a black and white Aztec throw and a gray and white abstract patterned pillow, to the gray ombré table lamp to the visible grain in the wood end table, this living space has no shortage of texture and personality.
Beautiful timber frames catch the eye in this intricate traditional living room. A tall natural stone fireplace and the seamless transition from the interior to exterior spaces showcase the attention to timeless detail in the design. Wooden end tables tie into the hardwood flooring and wooden details of the room. A neutral sofa and patterned neutral armchair soften the natural space.
Natural light from the bay window and light neutral walls make a bright atmosphere for this living room. A green and white houndstooth chair is decorated with a red pillow for a mix of bold colors and graphic patterns. A navy tufted coffee table is a solid buffer between the patterned chair and the multicolor, striped rug. A small natural wood end table brings a gorgeous rough finish to the refined design.
Host of Vacation House for Free, Matt Blashaw, designed this bedroom with the beach in mind. The coastal design is carried out through the natural, beachy colors he uses, such as the aqua blue of the ocean and the coral of the reef. He then used natural materials, such as the wood framing around the windows and the wood end tables to bring the outside in even more. The finishing touch is the picture of the sand piper above the bed.
Robert Brown Interior Design played off the white walls in a high-rise condo with his signature classic style. He balanced the white table, artwork, linens and bed with metal accents and dark wood matching end tables.
As seen on Buying and Selling with Drew and Jonathan Scott, the brothers designed a master bedroom oasis for Santino and Andrea with lush bed linens and pillows. Those features are accented by black wood end tables and bright, reflective lamps on either side of the bed to bring more light to the space. The focal point of the space is an accent wall that is covered with wallpaper. The tree photograph above the bed helps to bring a little nature into the space.
This bright living room features a blue and white striped tufted sofa paired with a blue tufted armchair and modern wooden coffee table. Large windows allow natural light to flood the space, while a sisal rug and wooden drum end table add earthy touches. A white globe chandelier hangs overhead.