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Contemporary Multicolored Kids' Living Room
This colorful living room is a so-stylish place for the kids of the family to chill with friends. And there's plenty of seating thanks to a window seat, large sectional and an ottoman that can double as a coffee table.
Colorful Contemporary Living Room With Black Leather Sofa
Light green and bright orange walls create vivid accent points in this contemporary living room. A black leather sofa faces the built-in white entertainment center with a TV cubby and decorated shelves. A red and orange patterned rug softens the concrete flooring.
Multicolored Contemporary Living Room With Blue Sofa
If you could step into a rainbow, it might look something like this cheerful living room. A blue leather sectional anchors the seating area, layered with bright pillows. Next door, a lime green table is the heart of the candy-colored breakfast nook.
Bright chartreuse egg chairs offer fun, modern seating in this eye-catching game room. Striped walls coordinate with the chairs, and orange accents add a splash of contrast while keeping with the energetic color palette.
Colorful Contemporary Living Room with High Vaulted Ceilings
Directly off of the eat-in kitchen is a living room whose contemporary style blends well with that of the kitchen space. The stair design and lack of walls from the entryway into the living room helps keep the space open, while the high, vaulted ceilings give the space a larger feel. The colors added to the space give it a personality while making the space inviting.
Designer Susan Fredman creates a colorful space for everyone in the family to enjoy. The media room features a play area for young kids with a chalkboard wall and a pool table so the adults can play too. Ample seating and floor pillows provide a spot for everyone to gather around the tube.
From the beginning of his home search, Rayman knew that he needed a space that he would not only live in, but that would serve as the hub of his design firm, Apartment 48. His built-in home office comfortably houses the designer and his team of employees.
Located right inside the entrance to the Taylors' home, the home office features a sitting area with a couch and ottoman and enough thought put into the design to make the room functional as both a study, parlor and work space.
Though the first floor of this home isn’t an open plan, the living room and dining room are close enough to each other to require a few connections in their design plan. The stripes on the rug, the polka dots on the table runner and even the triangle patterns on the wall in the dining room all have correlatives in the living room. And where there is the biggest difference - the complete lack of art in the dining room - all of the colors on the wall have been taken from the living room gallery wall, creating some beautiful visual connections.
Contemporary Living Room Infused With Cheerful Hues
Stepping inside this condo in Cambridge, Mass., reveals an array of colors and patterns as cheerful as their homeowners. A plush sectional invites the couple to rest after a long day, while thoughtfully-placed furniture leaves plenty of room for their wheelchairs.