Natural light floods into the whole house from the grand two story living room. Painted a fun yellow, the open living space is connected to the whole house through a lofted hallway on the second floor.
A classic blue-and-white palette, combined with seaside motifs, gives this living room a hint of coastal flair. Muted yellow walls create a twist on the age-old pairing of blue and yellow rooting this space in traditional design.
Brown vinyl floors create lovely contrast against the pale yellow walls and light-colored furniture in this living room. A contemporary coffee table and matching end table add an unexpected, streamlined touch to the space.
HGTV fan dgabriele used neutral hues and subtle seashell decor to create a chic, sea-inspired living space. An eclectic mix of distressed furniture and crisp white accents showcase the casual elegance of a refined yet shabby space. To create a casual, beachy feel in your space, mix various furniture styles (rustic, cottage or contemporary) and materials (rattan, polyester, cotton or linen).
This outdoor living room has plenty of personality in it's colorful design featuring a wood burning fireplace, Spanish tile floor, and yellow walls. A red striped rug, yellow striped throw blanket, and red striped accent pillows add color and pattern to the space. The yellow walls display colorful scenic art and southwestern decor lit by the sun shining through above the wooden beams.
Hexagon tile flooring grounds this sunny yellow living space, where an arched nook houses floating glass shelves and a mini bar area for entertaining. A sleek metal table pairs with woven chairs for an eclectic dining area, while the cozy seating area next to the fireplace boasts comfortable mustard yellow chairs.
Sunny yellow walls pair with a wood plank and beam ceiling for a warm, tropical living space. Rustic hardwood floors ground the room, while woven furniture evokes a coastal air. Sliding glass doors open up to a balcony with stunning ocean views.
The handsome wood ceiling and window's wood trim help bring the forest-y outdoors into this cozy living room. Large sofas and stools and two window seats make sure everyone has a comfy place to take in the views.
Designer Katie Ridder's eclectic "zam zam room" is filled with a collection of items she found with her husband on their various trips together. An Indian fabric panel found in Paris frames the door and sets the stage for the red, blue and yellow palette captured in the Moroccan rug. The fireplace was first mirrored and then layered with Moroccan mosharabi lattice panels.
Comfortable armchairs in a soft floral pattern surround a nailhead trim ottoman to create a cozy sitting area. The stacked stone fireplace brings a rustic touch to the space, while abstract art adds a contemporary vibe.
Simple, sleek furnishings and window treatment allow the bold-patterned wallpaper to stand out. A sparkling chandelier brightens the room and complements a glass pendant light that hangs over an adjacent banquette area. The small banquette table provides a perfect spot for board games or entertaining.
Rebar is highlighted as a design feature in this unique fireplace and repeated in other elements throughout the home. The lighting through the pattern casts dramatic shadows across the textured golden walls. The pocketing glass doors disappear at the touch of a button to create a seamless connection between indoors and outdoors.
This glamorous grouping makes a statement, from the curvy blue slipper chair with a silver tree pattern to the large framed mirror. Especially fetching: a tiny accent table with a polished agate top and bronze table legs cast in the shape of spindly hooved animal legs.
A custom sawcut concrete patten throughout the main living area was painstakingly laid out to best accommodate all the angles and transitions throughout the rooms. The strong architectural lines are highlighted and enhanced by the interior details throughout every aspect of this space -- from the dramatic fireplace to the custom dining table, which was fabricated by the talented homeowner.