This young family needed a sophisticated and kid-friendly home. A cohesive color palette of grays, taupe and ivory are punctuated with bold persimmon accents. The living room furniture is comfortable, while a custom storage ottoman easily hides toys during adult gatherings.
This living room has floor-to-ceiling windows for abundant natural light as well as great views, and it opens to an outdoor entertaining area. The room features a vaulted ceiling with exposed wooden beams and recessed lighting, and the furnishings have a somewhat Southwestern flavor.
In case you need a reminder, the purpose in this living space is to RELAX! Of note: The letters in the word are made from maps, a unique take on the design element. A cheery lamp and throw blanket add touches of color to the room.
Plush carpet and a sofa covered with faux chinchilla fur add to the 1970s retreat-like feel in the master bedroom at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. Designer Will Wick worked to balance the home's traditional design elements, such as the marble fireplace, with modern pieces to make the space feel especially livable.
To add energy and visual interest to its neutral palette, this living room makes compelling use of different shapes. A orb-like chandelier hovers above the blocky coffee table. On the mantel, a collection of vases shows off graceful curves.
This room may be a bit small, but it is big on personality. The blue paneled walls married with the tongue-and-groove ceiling add a ton of architectural interest while the patterned rug, mirrored-glass light fixture and white and blue sofa add high style.
To the left of the desk, French doors create an effortless transition to the backyard. On sunny days, the owners can prop these open and allow even more light and fresh air into the kitchen. Plants, too, bring the outdoors in.
This living room, as seen on Brother Vs. Brother, was transformed from an awkward, lifeless space to a bright, cheery multipurpose room. The living area was reconfigured to create a more efficient layout with a key focal point and defined areas.
An industrial light fixture, contemporary blue chairs, and a rustic wood fireplace surround and exposed beams blend seamlessly in this living room to create a true transitional style. The room's white palette is a perfect background for the colorful chairs, coffee table, pillows and artwork.
A pair of blue chairs and complimentary ottoman sit by the newly renovated fireplace in this living room after its big redo. The blue on the walls and in the chairs is reflected in blue glass tile on the fireplace surround. The crisp white mantel looks brilliant against light blues and greens.
With its sleek, curved ceiling, dark hardwood floors and built-in wet bar, this lounge-like game room is designed for entertaining. Rows of doors open the room to the sweeping water view and bring in loads of natural light. A TV above the fireplace pairs with comfortable seating, allowing the space to function as a media room as well.