Living Room: Georgian Mansion in Chappaqua, New York
The large living room combines very different colors and patterns with natural wood and stone details for a look that's at once both rustic and refined. Sky-high ceilings help bring an open quality to the space.
Lively Red and Blue Living Space With Small Dining Area
Natural light illuminates this living space with a gray sectional sofa, blue rug and red accents, like the table lamp and Union Jack throw pillow. A small dining space just off of the living room features four red leather chairs positioned around a glass table. Recessed lighting and hardwood floors complete the look of the room.
Traditional Home Theater With Red Acoustical Wall Panels
This bold home theater features red acoustical wall panels framed in neutral and brown trim to match the ceiling. Brown leather stadium seats provide a cozy place to kick back and watch a movie, as does a light brown velvet sofa. Striped throw pillows provide a fun accent.
As seen on HGTV's Cousins Undercover this stairwell is an attractive and inviting space animated with bold colors.This red paneled stairway wall hung with artwork and photos and black painted staircase brings visual interest to an overlooked space.
Dining al fresco never felt so intimate despite the large patio. The patio is carefully divided into spaces that all flow together, from the dining area to the cozy seating areas. Market lights strung from the house to the tree create a warm and romantic atmosphere.
Rich reds and browns and a mix of textures and fabric make a cozy, luxurious media room in this brownstone apartment. In a playful design move, a red velvet curtain glams up the wall above the television.
Interior designers ensure a well-balanced kitchen by sticking with a perfect mix of materials. In this kitchen, the cabinets are glossy and rich, while the butcher-block countertop is flat and neutral. To help tone down the intensity of the red cabinet color, reflective blue tiles stem from the top of the counter all the way up to the ceiling.
Crafting Area Work Table With Patriotic Pendant Light
In order to keep costs low, almost every element in the attic was found in the garage, storage unit or at flea markets. To make them work cohesively, pieces were chosen in shades of white, blue, red and darkly stained wood.