A tiled backsplash, exotic pendant lights, stone countertops and colorful accent shelves create a Moroccan aesthetic in this kitchen, as seen on HGTV's Kitchen Cousins. Pops of pink and green in the place settings and floating shelves bring pizzazz to this eclectic kitchen.
Spacious Master Suite With Chandelier and Tufted Loveseat
At the end of a long day, the owners will love retreating to this spacious master suite. Located on the ground floor, the s bedroom includes a chandelier, tufted loveseat, sturdy wood dresser and a comfortable bed opposite a wall of windows.
Eclectic Living Room Centered By Fireplace Topped With Coastal Art
It's easy to entertain guests in this living room, as a zebra-print chair, Shibori-print chair and a neutral sofa provide some eclectic seating around a wood coffee table. A fireplace topped with coastal artwork centers the space and serves as a pretty focal point.
Eclectic Living Room Includes Bay Window With Piano
When they're not entertaining guests, the owners can use this corner of the living room to teach their kiddos to play piano. A big bay window with printed curtains pulled open offers a glimpse of the backyard and fills the space with even more natural light.
Eclectic Living Room Pairs Neutral Sofa, Zebra-Print Chair
Though spacious, this living room manages to feel cozy thanks to a fireplace, piano and a large gray area rug topped with two patterned chairs and a plush sofa. Another painting of the ocean hangs over the mantel and nods to this home's coastal locale in Montecito, Calif.
If your crib is situated in a dark portion of your nursery, a pendant light may be a great option. For safety, hang the pendant on the far end of the crib and high enough that’s it’s out of baby’s reach. Woven, basket-like pendants made of materials like wicker or rattan are totally on-trend, and their natural color can blend with just about any color palette.
Midcentury Sofa, Coffee Table Add Funky Touch to Formal Living Room
To make this living room feel a little less formal and a little more approachable, the designers balanced the coffered ceilings and fireplace with fun, midcentury furniture and a funky coffee table. Two red leather chairs add even more personality to the space and complement the pillows on the sofa.
Stunning Transitional Foyer With Patterned Hardwood Floors
Though recently renovated, this foyer still has all the hallmarks of a historic home: tall ceilings with crown molding, patterned hardwood floors, a grand staircase, etc. By outfitting the space with artwork and accents in teal and coral hues, the designers were able to update the interior without compromising its character.
Patterned Area Rug Protects Hardwood Floors in Formal Living Room
With two red leather armchairs, two upholstered recliners and two sofas (one on the wall, the other by the window), this formal living room can easily accommodate a crowd of people. Thus, the designers laid down a patterned area rug to protect the historic home's original hardwood floors and break up all the neutrals.
Formal Living Room Showcases Coffered Ceilings, Classic Fireplace
Because bold patterns abound in this formal living room -- from the contemporary artwork to the armchairs and area rug -- a *lack* of it overhead calls attention to the coffered ceilings. In turn, when guests are seated around the coffee table, they won't be able to take their eyes off this treatment.