In this eclectic living room, bright white walls create a cool contrast with the black wood beams overhead. Above the buffet, a mirror, art and accessories are layered to give the space a lived-in look.
Keep the color palette in a room the same and you can do most anything with the space. Case in point: This eclectic living room which uses black and white as a base to mix and match a wildly imaginative collection of accessories, art and furniture.
A central color palette comprised of brown, cream and white ensures that this eclectic living room looks cohesive and inviting. Where an Art Deco buffet and trunk-style coffee table provide essential storage space for odds and ends, a midcentury modern armchair offers a seat for guests.
This lively living room features two yellow midcentury modern armchairs positioned on either side of a traditional piano. The accent wall is covered in black and white floral wallpaper, while a faux fur stool sits in front of the piano, adding a fun touch. Potted plants provide a bit of natural decor.
Natural light illuminates this gray living rom with an accent wall covered in black and white floral wallpaper. A gray sectional provides a cozy spot to relax, while a round black coffee table is positioned in front. Two midcentury modern yellow armchairs are positioned on either side of a piano.
This lively living room features two bold yellow midcentury modern chairs positioned on either side of a traditional piano. Black and white floral wallpaper provides a backdrop, while potted plants add a touch of natural decor. The cozy gray sectional provides a cozy spot to relax.
For homeowners who love bold color and patterns, the designer of this striking living room pushed the design envelope. The result: a vibrant, imaginative space that's also functional and family-friendly with stain-resistant, durable fabrics.
Pops of coral stand out in this living room’s black and white color palette. Designer Mariah O’Brien loves to begin with a white base, adding bold hues in the form of accent walls and accessories for a striking palette. Mariah’s secret? “The whites I like to use showcase the colors, upholstery, fabrics and art in the room without competing with the wall color. If and when our clients need a little change, it is much easier to change out the window treatments, pillows and accessories than to have to repaint an entire room,” says O’Brien.
Flanked by Louis XVI armchairs with zebra upholstery, a mirrored cocktail bar adds a twist to entertaining in style. A gold bowl atop the Lucite coffee table adds a metallic touch to the black and white palette.
The metal frame and legs on this coffee table in a room by Atlanta's Balance Design pairs well with the curved light fixture. Look for coffee tables with interesting-shaped legs and materials that fit well with items you already have in the room.
The fun Moroccan-style coffee table lights up making this living area the perfect party pad. The patent leather yellow sofa brings a punch of color to the space, and the circular cutout in the ceiling allows for the over-the-top purple crystal chandelier.