Bold colors and patterns compete in this maximalist living space with an accent gallery wall. A dark gray curio cabinet is filled with dishes and topped with various world globes. The armchairs feature an animal print fabric with teal pillows that match the nearby sofa. An elegant pendant light hangs in the center of the room.
Using the dramatic staircase as a natural divider, Troy creates two distinct seating areas in the large living room. The open space is perfect for entertaining, while the smaller groupings of furniture allow for more intimate gatherings
This California bungalow is filled with joyful color: orange shelves, green wallpaper, purple patterned chairs, a light pink sheepskin. The overall look works beautifully together thanks to the skillful layering of textures and imaginative pairings.
Brilliant color make a small living room feel larger. A pink upholstered ottoman double as seating and a coffee table. The chandelier and throw pillows put pink in the room, and an arm chair and throw add turquoise. A wall-sized piece of art matches the colors in the room.
Why settle for one amazing living room when you can have two? Taking full advantage of his home’s layout, Rayman created this second living area to showcase his love of color. Here he takes the tightly condensed color and pattern of the living area at the front of the space and stretches it out across the rug, pillows and art of this larger room. At the center of it all is a stunning bookcase, a tribute to the designer’s favorite color. Drawing on his expertise and connections, he had the unit custom built in small sections so that they could be assembled quickly once in place.
A graphic interlocking pattern in bright green adds a contemporary vibe to the traditional wood frame of this armchair. Bold floral curtains flank the windows and bright blue table lamps add another colorful touch to the buffet.