Finding common ground between tastes is essential for any couple sharing a home, and even more imperative when the space is small. For Michelle and Forrest, finding the right balance for their home was as simple as expressing their professional collaboration in a physical space; a combination they call, “Maximalist Modernism.” Tropico Photo itself is a combination of Michelle’s love of colors and Forrest’s fascination with shapes and lines. In their home office, it all comes together. The divided yellow and white wall behind the desk is a perfect example of their collaboration, providing color while creating interesting shapes.
Here, a palette of two rich colors creates a warm, inviting atmosphere that packs a bold punch. A yellow contoured sofa is paired with multicolored throw pillows and an orange chair to create a small sitting area beside a balcony.
Bright, Open Living Space With Contemporary Furnishings
This living space boasts an open floor plan with a contemporary living room, dinette and kitchen. Thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows, natural light floods the space and helps it feel bright and airy. A gray sectional faces a custom-built entertainment cabinet, while the dinette has a view of the garden.
Luxurious Living Room With Gray Leather Sofa and Chandeliers
A tiled water feature set behind a contemporary fireplace coordinates with rich purple drapery in this contemporary living room. Designer Christine Jones completed the swanky design with ornate chandeliers, a shag rug, glass accents and a tufted gray leather sofa.
Contemporary Living Room in Marine Blue and Yellow
This contemporary living room makes a statement for strong colors with its deep blue walls, yellow sofa and white woodwork, artwork, and accessories. Multicolored artwork, matted in white, line the walls with a stunning effect.