Soft gray walls, a light-colored dining set and plenty of natural light create a bright, airy atmosphere in this beach-inspired dining room. A natural fiber rug almost looks like sand underfoot, and two blue paintings resemble the ocean.
Natural fiber barstools add warmth and texture to the design of this traditional kitchen. Mother of pearl pendant lights tie in with the mother of pearl chandelier in the dining area, contributing another natural element.
A large, natural fiber rug anchors the conversation area in this traditional living room, which offers loads of seating thanks to an oversize sectional sofa. Tailored chairs with a contrast welt offer space for additional guests, and a wall of built-in bookshelves are a great spot for displaying art, photos and collections.
Check out the style a few accent pillows can bring! This leather couch and window seat are given chic new life with the addition of boldly patterned pillows. The striped natural fiber rug unifies the look.
A thick, natural fiber rug grounds the seating area in this transitional living room. A rustic-industrial coffee table is paired with a comfy leather sectional, creating a nice mix of textures that reflects the home's setting. Bursts of yellow in the accessories add interest and further the room's ties with its sunny surroundings.
Furniture in creams and white add to the light-as-air feel of this large living room. The space connects to its Caribbean surroundings with tropical details like the ocean friends on the pillows and natural fiber rugs.
A soft neutral palette sets the stage for a welcoming, restful living space. Deep, cushy furniture is the perfect place to gather, while a game table sits beside the built-in entertainment center. Texture is brought into the monochromatic palette through the exposed brick wall, natural fiber area rug and mix of throw pillows.
Chairs upholstered in a bold, graphic fabric create instant movement and interest in this transitional dining room. White wainscoting lends a touch of sophistication to the space, while a natural fiber rug ensures the room feels casual and relaxed.
Rich earth tones and artisan techniques that lend a handcrafted vibe define this trend. Mixing substrates like natural wood, glass, clay, and woven fibers will help you to recreate this globally-collected style.
Across the apartment from the sitting area, a neutral living room space provides a great space for entertaining. A neutral, modern sofa and two modern, black chairs provide plenty of seating to the space, while a modern coffee table adds a functional place to set a drink, and the neutral, natural fiber rug adds definition to the space.
A robin's egg blue armchair brings a bright pop of color into this transitional living room where a predominantly neutral color scheme sets a light and relaxed mood. Additional visual interest is introduced via textures (the natural fiber rug) and patterns (the ottoman).
The formal dining room uses texture to add visual interest to the neutral palette, a pale gray. The room has wide panels on all four walls. Underneath the table, an cowhide rug layers atop a natural fiber one for a rustic pop.
Natural materials were the foundation of the loft's look, from exposed brick painted white and hickory floors to the leather sofa and natural fiber rug in the living room. For the floors, designers maintained the 2 1/4" width plank that was typical to artist lofts of the building's early 20th century era.