This light and bright apartment features a second floor landing with a brown cowhide chaise lounge and floor-to-ceiling bookshelf that create the perfect reading nook. A tufted blue sofa is positioned next to a mirrored glass coffee table in a nearby sitting area, while large windows showcase sprawling New York City views.
Bold, graphic textiles rule the day in this modern dining room, where every element lends interest and adds design distinction. From the area rug to the draperies to the modern chandelier, use of line draws the eye throughout the space. An ornate mirror is flanked by modern lamps that continue the room's blue and white color scheme.
For one of the HGTV Design Star challenges, an eclectic dining room features a fun abstract mural that flows from one wall across the floor to the other wall. A large white table is paired with light wood benches for dining.
Living Room With Bay Window and Orange Velvet Sofa
The inspiration for the living room came from the classic, Victorian architecture and bay windows that faced the street. A custom light fixture made of blue glass can be seen from the sidewalk. The sofa was a vintage find that was re-upholstered in a velvet orange fabric. A highlight for this room is the custom designed fireplace made out of hot-rolled steel.
A beautiful brick feature wall and built-in bookshelves adds a bit of character to this modern home office. A white and navy color scheme adds depth to the space, while a gorgeous Sputnik chandelier adds a modern flair.
Light blue paint covers the walls in this colorful, sophisticated kids' study with a large modern pendant light. Vibrant floral print armchairs provide comfy space to read, or lounge with homework on the tufted orange sofa.
A great spot for adults and kids alike, this stylish dining room includes a table with a high lacquer finish to ward off stains, durable leather on the chairs and acrylic backs to stave off grubby hand prints. To balance out the look, the designer chose a funky but elegant chandelier that could equally be at home in a posh nightclub as it is a formal parlor room.
The monochromatic teal color scheme of this modern living room pops against background elements in neutral tones of gray and white. Gold accents bring a modern-retro vibe to the polished space. Roman shades have a similar hue to the paneled accent wall, allowing them to "disappear" visually while still adding privacy and filtering light for TV viewing.
For this beach home, designers decided on a comfortable, Hamptons style that is casual, yet modern and bright. The clean lines and neutral colors of the the space blend with the linen fabric used in this living room to make the room feel both comfortable and modern, while the natural light and bright blue accents reflect the nature surrounding the home, making it merely a continuation of the oasis that surrounds it.
Gorgeous Open-Plan Family Room From Sarah Sees Potential
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, a cinder block wall was removed to create this open and bright basement entertainment area. Sarah highlighted the home's original gray stone fireplace with rustic-modern furnishings in chic blues, grays and rich cherry browns. Plenty of seating and storage allow this room to be used for movie nights, casual dinners or sleepovers for the clients' two young boys.
This modern dining space features a large, patterned rug with pops of pink and blue, complimenting the velvet blue chairs and wall art. A unique, brass chandelier hangs above the custom, wooden dining table with space for ten guests.