Pink Striped Victorian Sitting Room With Floral Accents
This pale pink Victorian sitting room is a hub of floral furniture and curtains in front of the pink and gray striped wallpaper. A camelback sofa has throw pillows with a matching pattern from the upholstered wing chair and sits around the round, tufted ottoman with a fringed bottom. The tasseled pillows mirror the tasseled floor-length curtains for a fully patterned room.
Benjamin Moore’s Rose Dust is a classic shade that can be paired with pretty hues like French Lilac, and soft neutrals like gray. In this salon, all three shades have been combined to create a soft and feminine color palette by designer Matthew Patrick Smyth.
Contemporary Living Room Complete With Coral + Teal Rug
Because the home's floor plan is so open, designer Kerra Michelle Huerta also used the couple's sectional to separate the living room from the formal dining space. A large area rug softens the floor below and complements the bright pops of coral, too.
When space is at a premium, storage ottomans are a must-have essential for family rooms. Created for use as occasional tables or extra seating, these comfy pieces allow parents to keep kid and pet toys tucked inside for easy access.
Fun and surprising patterns and colors combine to create this stunning and formal, eclectic dining room. Turquoios wainscoting pops against pale pink and green, floral wallpaper. A tall bronze statue stands in the corner and a blue, crystal chandelier hangs above a round dining table for a funky yet elegant look.
Pink and White Transitional Living Room With Striped Chairs
The mostly white living room perks things up with fuschia interiors for the built-in shelving units on either side of the fireplace. The bright color is brought out into the room with pink pillows and two striped armchairs.
In this sophisticated dining room, elegant and unique lighting was realized beautifully by foregoing the usual chandelier in deference to an installation of five Regina Andrew "diesel" pendants, which add warm glowing light filtered through burnished brass chain fringe. The table accommodates 12 guests comfortably, and the grey-washed finish is both elegant and practical.
This bright and cheery family room is covered in high-energy hues, packed with pet-friendly materials and outfitted with clever storage solutions. From washable paint sheen on the walls to lightweight rustic table lamps, the space was designed to be durable, comfy and almost indestructible.
Designer Meg Caswell wasn't afraid of using color or pattern in this dining room, where coral, chartreuse and chevron give the room a big personality. Tabletop topiaries and a gold chandelier are more formal counterpoints to the eclectic dining chairs.
A Venetian clock is framed by a series of prints depicting antique jewelry and regalia. Pale pink wallpaper and floral upholstery on a traditional chair are mixed for gentle contrast in the lovely sitting room.