Living Room With Sofa and Stools Near Blue Gray Fireplace
This living room features a large gray sofa, a wood glass-top coffee table, two padded stools and a pair of blue chairs near a large blue-gray fireplace. The room also features abundant architectural molding as well as a large red painting behind the couch.
One side of this master bedroom is lined in French doors which, during the day, let in lots of sunlight. In the middle of the space, the designer paired a big, boxy canopy bed with a curved loveseat. Both pieces have slim, modern lines that feel graceful instead of heavy, especially in the light-filled bedroom.
Instead of traditional subway tile, TerraCotta Design Build chose an unexpected, slightly geometric backsplash for the kitchen. With its hexagonal shape, this tile adds serious visual interest to the sink.
This galley kitchen in Decatur, Ga., was designed to be a functional yet stylish space that allows for effortless cooking and entertaining. Thus, the room features a deep sink and stainless appliances, gorgeous green cabinets and a wood dining table that seats six.
Stainless Oven, Range Hood Increase Kitchen's Functionality
Those cabinets are just as functional as they are stylish, offering storage and keeping the counters clutter-free. Between them sits a sleek oven and range hood, which add to the kitchen's functionality.
Master Bedroom Features Tailored Upholstered Bed and Oversized Nightstands
With the idea that visitors to the beach want to spend more time enjoying the sun and sand than holed up in the bedroom, the master bedroom at this beach house was limited in square footage. What it lacks in size it makes up for in style with a well-tailored, upholstered, queen-sized bed, oversized nightstands that provide extra storage and a watercolor painting on the wall.
While there might be an absence of color in the design of this living room, there is a host of textures to tease the eye. The homeowners wanted a relaxed look with durable furnishings, so the designers were sure to integrate stain resistant fabrics and finishes throughout the home.
As the heart of the home, this living room needed plenty of seats for family and friends. The designers used a large blue rug to define the space, and then they layered in two sofas, two ottomans and a patterned chair, thus creating the perfect spot for hanging out, watching movies and entertaining.
Transitional Living Room Includes Flatscreen TV, Fireplace
Built-in bookshelves span the living room wall, showcasing candles, family photos and other items that the owners love. Beneath the shelves, several large cabinets keep pillows and blankets on hand for movie nights and cuddling up by the fire.
Striped Ottomans Offer Extra Seating in Living Room
When they're expecting guests, the homeowners can pull out two patterned ottomans to create extra seating in the living room. With their black-and-white striped cushions, these bring out the bold black hue of the fireplace surround.
Transitional Living Room Boasts Vaulted Ceilings With Wood Beams
Dark wood beams draw attention to the vaulted ceilings overhead, transforming the feature into a point of interest. Directly below, a caged chandelier balances the design and casts a warm glow across the living room at night.
This mudroom is proof that staying organized can be stylish! Each of the custom cubbies come with a basket, hook, bench for removing shoes and a wide drawer for storing winter coats and boots. In turn, they free up the floors for a gorgeous gray rug.
Wainscoting Adds Timeless Appeal to Transitional Master Bedroom
Wainscoting wraps around the entire master bedroom, giving the space timeless appeal in the process. Meanwhile, a light wood nightstand with an acrylic lamp on top offers a spot for books, glasses of water and other evening essentials.