The living and dining rooms open up to each other for a multi-functional, family-friendly space. Built-in cabinets house the TV and media components, while a stone fireplace adds warmth to the room. The gold chandelier adds a contemporary note.
In this living room, bold curtains separate the main sitting area from a small playroom. Transitional furniture, durable carpet and layered patterns create a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. The cherry blossom lamp and hand-crafted end table add a subtle Asian vibe.
A custom-made table can expand and retract as needed to reveal various board games and has four stools tucked underneath, just waiting for family and friends to use during game night, as seen on Cousins Undercover.
A leather Chesterfield sofa sits in front of a stone wall with a cutout window in this neutral transitional living room. A longhorn cow skull gifted by neighbors Nancy and the late Ronald Reagan hangs above the stone fireplace.
Modern and classic pieces mix in this bright transitional living room for a traditional feel with an updated look. Natural light and bright colors keep the room from looking too dark while exposed beams and a natural wood mantel add in some warmth.
The richness of the dark wood desk is accentuated by the light beige background in this home office. A tufted silver chair and pineapple lamp add some fun to the design while remaining functional. Plants and pictures complete the space with a personal touch.
A guest house with rec room designed for games and fun sits at the edge of the pool patio, offering guests easy access to the best amenities on this Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., property. The rec room includes space for watching TV, enjoying a beverage and playing ping pong.
Traditional architecture forms a pleasing backdrop for modern furnishings and accessories in this transitional family room. Built-in bookshelves flank the fireplace, and a bold, abstract painting provides a punch of color and creates a focal point. A pair of X-based benches beneath the media console can slide out for extra seating.
A red sofa shines in this transitional living room design. Striped arm chairs featuring neutral, red and blush tones help tie the red into the calm, neutral surrounding. A glass covered table with natural wood design is the perfect support for a colorful and fun coffee table display. The bay windows are framed with curtains and covered with roman shades for control of natural lighting in the room.
Sliding glass doors create a seamless transition to the screened-in porch and deck. This space was purposefully constructed by the architects to increase the home's usable floor plan by over 50% and give the owners another space to relax.
A vertical patterned navy wallpaper is perfect for the long shape of the open dining space. Simple glass door china cabinets pop against the wallpaper background. A uniquely shaped chandelier highlights the farmhouse style of the home and compliments the long rectangular dining table. The dining chairs feature a light neutral fabric with a nailhead trim.