This neutral transitional living room takes a turn for the unexpected by placing decorations in and around the fireplace. Candles fill the fireplace while a mirror on the wall hangs in place of a television.
It's easy to entertain guests in this living room, as a zebra-print chair, Shibori-print chair and a neutral sofa provide some eclectic seating around a wood coffee table. A fireplace topped with coastal artwork centers the space and serves as a pretty focal point.
Choosing neutral base pieces of furniture is a smart way to create a stylish living space that will last for years. Then, the accessories and smaller pieces can be switched out as desired. Here, the sofa is topped with Ikat pillows. A large contemporary art piece over the new dining banquette brings in a splash of color and rounds out the space.
Though designed for a family of four, this home has a spacious interior that can easily accommodate a large group of people. When they're not in the great room, guests can gather in the eat-in kitchen, breakfast nook or dining area, or enjoy lake views from the screened-in porch.
Transforming this bedroom from a space for a little girl to a professional young woman was easy with sleek wood dressers and a stylish wingback chair. Neutral walls and carpet combine with the grass blackout window shades to create a calm space to unwind.
Woven all-weather wicker dining chairs are a perfect pick to provide an eye-catching contrast to the neutral tile sand flooring of this stunning outdoor dining room and kitchen. The arching backsplash and intricate tile medallion incorporates natural travertine tile and blue glass inlay.
Instead of letting this uniquely-shaped space go to waste, the designers installed a circular banquette and matched it with a round dining table and two chairs. The result? A cozy little breakfast nook where the owners and their kids can share a meal or sit down and review homework together.
With a round table and six chairs, this dining room gives everyone plenty of elbow room while they enjoy their meal. Overhead, a glass-blown chandelier brightens the space and becomes a point of interest.
Classic wingback chairs get a fresh Nantucket-style update with striped linen fabric and monograms. Dark hardwood floors continue into the dining room for continuity, although the respective room's styles differ.
Subtle rustic elements, like barn light pendants and stone floors, find their place in this transitional kitchen. An intimate arrangement of chairs in the bay window can be used as a breakfast or reading area.
Vaulted ceilings give an open, airy feel to this neutral transitional kitchen. A peacock blue kitchen island serves as the statement piece. Silver barstools with leather seats contrast with the light colored walls and cabinets.