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Living Room Shines With Natural Light
Floor-to-ceiling windows ensure that this living room is rich with natural light. By keeping the room's furniture, accents and wall treatment within a neutral palette, the designers made the space especially airy.
The luster of this brass container to hold firewood brings a bit of glamor to this living room when placed against a plain white fireplace surround and mantle. Designer Abbi Williams sourced the brass container for $6 at a thrift store.
When you pare back your home design, small details speak volumes. The gold frame in this artwork above the fireplace sourced by designer Abbi Williams for $10 beautifully complements the rich gold tones in the vintage chair.
Where exposed brick and ceiling beams make this living room feel a little rustic, two leather chairs add a touch of refinement. In turn, this space is nicely balanced -- and great for lounging as well.
Chocolate brown leather couches ground this bright white living room. A wall of sliding glass doors offers unobstructed views of the ocean. Breezy white curtains keep with the light, airy feel of this space.
This contemporary living room makes a statement with indigo walls and a floral patterned sofa. The wide plank hardwood floor and sleek coffee table let the dramatic prints and rich colors take center stage.
Brown Contemporary Living Room With 3-D Wall Design
A 3-D focal wall sets the tone for this polished living space. Floating benches stabilized by an indoor pergola-style structure anchor the room in industrial design. Flashy gold end tables and creative traditional-style chair backs on the benches add a touch of elegance to the space.
A dramatic stone fireplace surround is the focal point of this traditional living room. A pair of cozy, traditional chairs by the fireside allows the homeowners to enjoy the warmth while still being part of the larger conversation area.
Nina Magon predicts a shift from all white kitchens to a more colorful approach. "All white kitchens have been very popular and almost the norm for the past few years, but for 2018 we can expect to see an increase of color in kitchen designs from the cabinetry to the sink materials. Expect to see bolder color choices that range from natural neutrals to charcoal to sage providing a more chic and sophisticated alternative to modern homes. To complement the darker palette, we can also expect to see a shift from stainless and all white sinks to more color-rich materials such as copper, concrete, and granite."