A multicolored painting seen through an arched doorway adds fun color to this white transitional sitting area. A dark couch and metal-frame armchair offer welcoming spots to relax or socialize with family and friends.
Tufted brick red cushions add soft color against the natural greenery surrounding it in this backyard. Clovers give the ground a mossy look creating a natural carpet-like look. Succulent bouquets top the textured, artsy tables.
Large wood coffee table lettering spells out "LIVE" as the focal point of this room design. Faux shutters frame the windows, adding a creative look to the large wall. A cozy sofa is finished with a blue striped fabric and ruffled skirt. Orange throw pillows pop against the pale coloring of the sofa and pull out the rich tones in the patterned rug. Word wall art keeps with the motivational theme of the coffee table.
With hand-painted, tree-covered wallpaper, this traditional parlor becomes an enchanting space for entertaining guests and sharing intellectual conversations. A plush white sofa and gilded, 18th century chairs offer plenty of spaces to sit, while a crystal chandelier, lamps and candelabras provide radiant light for any occasion.
The welcoming dining room opens up to a cozy seating area, which combines four contemporary armchairs with a round coffee table. Tropical leaves in a vase, as well as a large houseplant, bring life into the space.
A quiet study is the perfect place to sit down with a good book or take a seat at the desk for a stress-free work area. Plush seating, natural light and soothing colors help the traditional nook to feel relaxing and calm.
A pre-existing bench that was reupholstered with a shimmering black fabric with coordinating cording was used as a comfortable sitting area in this boutique. The pillow fabric was also used as a wallpaper application in the dressing room and behind the cashier counter.
On one wall, the art gallery helps the den’s large flat screen TV with a white dresser/console table below blend in with the surrounding art pieces to create a decorative look that helps keep eyes off the TV when not in use.
A home office is easily converted into a guest room thanks to a stylish sofa bed. The coffee table is made from an item in the homeowner's vintage suitcase selection and was placed on wheels to make it easy to move out of the way.
With the walls separating the spaces gone, Trista had room to add a sitting area just off the dining room. This provides a comfortable place for the couple to lounge and take in the beauty of their Rocky Mountain view.