This olive green dining room is accented with burnt orange accessories that bring life to the space. Four matching dining chairs and a bench surround the wood dining table, maximizing seating in the small room.
Apple green tones are happy and fresh. The wall color creates a bright backdrop for the neutral sofa and coffee table. Decorative elements like complimentary throw pillows, plants and an apple bowl highlight the fresh, green look. The gallery wall breaks up the green so it does not wash out the room.
Tylor's camera challenge tip? Create a faux chair rail with painter's tape. The HGTV Star judges weren't wowed by this lackluster addition in the transitional living room design. Cris took a stab at creating the trio of painted canvases above the sectional.
Various shades of green, including chartreuse and lime, plus a white sofa and accents work to create a clean, calming environment. A large mirror opens up the living room, making it feel like a larger space.
On HGTV's "Color Splash: Miami," David Bromstad transformed this once empty, colorless space into a chic living area where modern and traditional styles combine. Timeless touches like a vintage couch and applied moldings on the walls warm up this space, while bright yellow and turquoise accessories add Miami flair.
This light and bright transitional living room features all-over gray walls paired with purple and lime accents, like the velvet ottomans and tufted armchairs. A soft purple and gray rug is positioned beneath a modern glass coffee table, while a metallic arc chandelier hangs above.
Dark wood moldings and built-ins contrast against the grass-green walls of this transitional family room and home office. A comfortable green sofa is a comfortable place to watch TV, while the built-in desk provides a functional workspace.
This stylish living room features shades of turquoise, jade green and yellow-green for a cohesive and sophisticated look. The backdrop calls attention to the black and white line drawings on the wall and the painted wood of the furniture.
In the dining room, sage green walls with wood trim create an earthy backdrop for evening meals. Velvet armchairs and a crystal chandelier balance the rustic details and add a glam touch to the space as well.
The outdoor landscape is incorporated in this living area with carefully chosen natural elements, like house plants and an elegant lampshade pattern. Neutral sofas anchor the sitting area and green and white striped curtains frame a stunning view from the adjacent balcony.
Custom-designed chairs provide seating for family and friends around the industrial-style table in this dining room. The pairing of traditional vintage furniture like the hutch with original art gives the room a truly unique feel.
For a tone-on-tone effect, the formal dining room is equipped with several tints and shades of spring green. This subtle change in color adds a layered effect that’s elegant and understated but tonally in check with the greens seen in the adjacent great room. Layering several shades and tints of the same color is an excellent way to introduce color into your home without the hues becoming too contrasted or intense.
In this comfortable living room, pale green walls help lighten the effect of the dark brown leather sofa, armchair and ottoman. On the rug, mixed vertical and horizontal stripes add fun visual dimension.