As seen on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother, Team Drew gave this living room a fresh new look. The new design features a white ceiling with black paneling, gray traditional sofa, a yellow and gray area rug, and yellow stained glass windows. A rustic wooden shelf, and other wood furniture, adds warmth and contrast to the stone fireplace.
This stylish living room got a makeover from Team Drew on HGTV's Brother vs. Brother. A decorative chair rail calls out the two-toned walls, while purple accents– including a pair of graceful accent chairs – play up the warm gray hues throughout the space.
Open Concept Living Room With Nearby Sunroom and Exposed Beam Vaulted Ceilings
In the newly reconfigured living room, a new double-sided fireplace serves as a visual focal point both this main living room and a sunroom just beyond. A plush gray sofa and matching coffee table sit at the room's center, as well as two neutral armchairs. Exposed beam vaulted ceilings complete the open look of the room.
Inviting Foyer and Living Area With Exposed Beam Ceilings
An obtrusive utility closet, just inside the front entrance, was removed to facilitate the creation of a welcoming foyer that flows naturally into the main living area. A soft, gray tufted sofa, high-backed wooden bench, chandelier and exposed beam vaulted ceilings all add to the inviting vibe of the space.
Gray walls and white wainscoting pair up to accentuate a dramatic black buffet in this dining room. Tall black lamps with white lampshades, white accessories and a black mirror also play into the room's understated yet dramatic palette.
Transitional Living Room With Fireplace and Gray Accents
This light and bright living room boasts tall ceilings that allow for floor-to-ceiling windows and a gorgeous modern crystal chandelier. A soft gray sofa is positioned in front of the neutral wood fireplace and paired with two sets of traditional upholstered armchairs, while dark brown hardwood floors add a finishing touch.
Contemporary and traditional styles blend seamlessly in this transitional living room. Classic architectural details, like the crown molding and wainscoting are painting a soothing gray. A Chesterfield sofa combines with comfortable armchairs and a Lucite coffee table for a cozy seating area.
Classic Windsor chairs surround a traditional wooden table, while a draping chandelier adds a fun yet sophisticated touch the space. Roman shades dress the bay window, and a classic buffet provides much-needed storage and a spot to serve food when entertaining.
Transitional White Dining Table With Lyre Back Chairs
White, lyre back chairs with stripe cushions bring a traditional feel around a white, circular contemporary table. A stainless steel light fixture features four small lamp shades. A dark buffet brings a good color contrast to the gray walls and white dining area.
Transitional Den Feels Extra Cozy With Large Wooden Fireplace
After dinner, the homeowners and their guests can retreat into this transitional den for drinks. A large wooden fireplace anchors the space and keeps it cozy year-round, while two armchairs and a large loveseat encourage everyone to sit back and relax. Since the space is so neutral, zebra-print pillows and a matching bench break the norm and offer a hint of visual interest.
Transitional Living Room in Lovely Waterfront Home
Variegated hardwood and a wall-length, built-in entertainment center bring warmth to this comfortable and transitional living room. A whimsical sea urchin lamp rests on an accent table by Worlds Away. Cove lighting in the coffered ceiling adds ambient light and a dramatic touch.
The home office includes built-in bookcases with both open and closed storage. While files remain behind closed doors, color-coordinated books, vintage-style trophies and cultivated artwork are on display.
A striking accent wall is the focal point of this stylish transitional living room. Niches with a stone and glass mosaic tile back wall add depth to the Moroccan-patterned accent wall, which pops against the living room's soft gray walls.
Living Room with Game Table and Home Office Access
A pair of sliding doors is set wide enough so as not to obscure the arched doorway, the bold blue walls or the sunny windows of the home office but are easily closed when privacy is needed, as seen on HGTV's Cousins Undercover.