The handsome wood ceiling and window's wood trim help bring the forest-y outdoors into this cozy living room. Large sofas and stools and two window seats make sure everyone has a comfy place to take in the views.
White cabinets, sleek pendant lighting and recessed lights brighten this spacious kitchen. A dark wood island divides the open kitchen from the dining area without enclosing the two spaces. Ornate iron barstools add a traditional element to the room, and an adjacent sleek wood dining table provides plenty of seating for entertaining.
A heavily coffered ceiling is just as much the focal point as the modern artwork above the mantel. A neutral sectional boasts plenty of seating around the wood coffee table, while built-in cabinets flank the roaring fireplace.
Here's inspiration to make the most of an oddly shaped space. Pale yellow is used on the walls to brighten up the room, while a white ceiling helps the area seem taller and loftier. Ruffled curtains create a special hideaway spot to cuddle up and read a book in the built-in window seat.
This adorable bedroom will score major points with all the littles with its blue sliding door entrance, happy hued bed linens and a sailcloth curtain behind which slumber party secrets were meant to be shared.
This transitional bedroom features a yellow quilt paired with a gray throw and multiple pillows. Yellow and white zig-zag curtains frame a pair of windows, while a wood nightstand with a metallic table lamp is placed on either side of the bed. Two circular mirrors offer decoration, while natural light illuminates the space.
Bright yellow walls and a turquoise backsplash stand out against the white cabinets in this eat-in kitchen. With cabinets above and below the white countertops, plenty of storage is available for kitchen essentials.
Warm yellow walls bring sunshine into this comfortable living room. A pair of blue armchairs combine with a soft yellow sofa and tufted leather ottoman, creating a cozy seating area that has full views of the TV and contemporary raised fireplace.
Designer Debbie Perez didn't have to change the entire space to bring this living room back to life. By replacing the old ceiling fan with a new chandelier and switching the furniture for something more exciting, she took this room from traditional to transitional.
Nestling a desk against a wall is a smart way to make the most of a low, sloped ceiling — it's just the right height to sit but not stand. The desk is also built around a radiator, a strategy for keeping the old home's original elements in tact. Jewel-toned accents make the teen room feel a little more grown-up.
Interesting details come together to create a fun, whimsical space in this transitional yellow dining room. Birch branches displayed in the corner, mismatched lighting and cute rooster art all work together to add charm to the space. A bright area rug brings in color and the six-person dining table blends wood and metal for a rustic/industrial vibe.