A pair of sleek gold armchairs combines with a gray ottoman for a cozy seating area in the master bedroom. Built-in shelves display favorite accessories, while a chandelier adds a glamorous touch overhead.
To break up the long living space, two separate seating areas are created. Each space is defined by a traditional area rug, beaded chandelier, marble-topped coffee table and comfortable yet sophisticated furniture. Gleaming metallic exposed beams add a touch of glamour, and the fireplace remains a chic focal point of the space.
White Living Room With Ornate Gold Trim and Painted Floor
A hand-painted black and white floor adds an unexpected, edgy feel to contrast the elegant, detailed gold molding on the ceiling. Streamlined white and gold chairs and a tufted gray sofa are situated around a sleek, reflective black coffee table. A traditional gold mirror hangs above a marble fireplace for added contrast to the contemporary sitting area.
Two rows of windows, stacked on top of each other, fill this living room with tons of natural light. The curtains' graphic blue border helps call attention to the sky-high ceiling and ties in with the navy blue sofa.
Perfect for spending time with family, this beach home has a traditional great room that connects the kitchen, living and dining spaces. Square columns create soft separation while the hardwood floors lead you form one room to the next.
Designer Catherine Smith blended old with new in this Spanish Colonial-inspired living room. Furniture pieces bring newer elements to the space while components from the Spanish Colonial period take you back in time. Wooden ceiling beams and wrought-iron details represent materials used during that time period, and the doorway arches were often the only ornamentation in this type of simple, informal design. Catherine used a red wine-colored velvet sofa and an oversized tapestry of a Spanish-style courtyard to add texture, giving the space a stunning appearance.
“When we were furnishing the home, we jazzed it up a little bit,” explains HGTV Dream Home 2015 interior designer Linda Woodrum. “We have a traditional living room with an edge, and we kept it very monochromatic with grays, blacks and whites. We pulled in some of that blue because we know we are in a resort area, and we wanted to celebrate that kind of sense.”
This built-in floating dining room buffet provides plenty of space for serving trays, decorative glassware and gold candlesticks. Neutral grasscloth wallpaper lines the walls, while various pieces of modern artwork provide a finishing touch.