A glass-topped console table sits at the edge of this living room's sitting area. The room is filled with color with the dark sofa, white ceiling beams, orange armchairs and two-story orange silk drapes.
This transitional master bedroom presents traditional pieces with contemporary touches. The muted yellows and blues of the room complement the color of the upholstered sleigh bed for a comfortable look.
A traditional staircase gets a contemporary makeover with bright, yellow striped wallpaper that adds a bold and cheerful touch to the neutral toned space. A traditional, wood chair offers a sunny seat by a large window in the landing.
Pink accents and a line of hanging clothing add a feminine touch to this room, which is tied together by a pink gingham rug. Yellow butterflies and dragonflies throughout the room create a outdoorsy feel.
Bright and airy, this open-plan kitchen is accented by modern globe lights, white subway tile, sunny yellow paint in the eating area and unique touches like open shelves and custom draperies. Two kitchen islands make this a great space to prep and cook, and entertain simultaneously.
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.
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.
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 wall of colorful framed artwork draws the eye toward a beautiful piano in this spacious den area. A small media cabinet provides a place for the TV and concealed storage for necessary media components.
Before its makeover, this powder room was dark, cold and lacked architectural interest. Using warm-colored wallpaper, painted white tongue and groove and a waterfall granite countertop, designer Harmony Weihs was able to achieve both interest and warmth in a very small space.
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.