Multicolored Contemporary Home Office With Graphic Carpet
What's brown and black and red and blue plaid all over? This innovative home office space that combines varying patterns and colors with striking result. The adjacent bathroom picks up the red and black cabinetry and neutral wall color to further connect the two spaces.
Off-white End Table with Blown-glass Lamp near Upholstered Headboard and Metallic-printed Wallpaper
Tones of metallic silver and gold create a space that's rich and elegant. Materials mix to bring nuance and depth -- from the blown-glass lamp to the upholstered, hammered headboard and the scrollwork wallpaper.
Multicolor Contemporary Home Office With Orange Desk
A vibrant painting filled with loops and swirls inspires the color palette for this home office. An orange base is used for the desk, and an airy, green blown-glass lamp echoes the whimsy of the artwork.
Baby's room mixes sophisticated cool with friendly charm: The walls are wrapped in a bold graphic print, a playful pairing with the cow hide rug and tuxedo curtains. Overhead, a pendant light like a ball of dandelion fuzz softens the mood.
Neutral Contemporary Boy's Bedroom With California Flag
The accent wall in this cool boy's bedroom shows off detailed wood grain, becoming a dynamic neutral backdrop for colorful art. Throughout the rest of the room, gray, black and white offsets rainbow pops in a display that feel bright and energetic and thoroughly masculine.
Contemporary, Comfortable Terrace with Colorful Accent Pillows
This fun and colorful terrace features comfortable, casual seating and a friendly vibe, not to mention a great city view. Wood furniture sports neutral cushions that allow the colorful accent pillows to pop, while metal chairs provide additional seating for dining and entertaining.
The living room makeover includes a more modern slate tile for the fireplace and a cedar-beam mantle with TV mounted above. A comfy overstuffed sectional in pale blue and woven jute rug help bring beachy accents to the casually modern space.
Originally, this living room fireplace was oddly clad in what appeared to be leftover Caesarstone countertop material—which made the far corner of the space feel dark and heavy. The designer refaced the fireplace with small white tiles, brightening the look of the entire room!