Attic Corner Transformed Into Quiet Retreat for Teen
This unused attic corner proves to be the perfect nook for a quiet retreat for the teenager of the home. Curtains and a drop pendant make the space feel private, and the bold cushions mixed with the comfy pillows makes it comfortable. Sherwin-Williams' Friendly Yellow paint adds a sunny touch to the walls.
It's cold outside, but this room screams warm, fun and inviting. There’s radiant heating below the porcelain tile floor, and the vaulted ceiling has a skylight to brighten the space. The large-scale design of the colorful area rug anchors the cozy orange furnishings. Finally, the funky patterned pillows and striped table lamps add whimsy and style to this sunny room.
This footstool-turned-ottoman was destined for the trash. The fabric was torn and the wooden base had seen better days. But with a coat of paint and yellow fabric, it's now a cheerful addition to this sitting room.
This outdoor living room has plenty of personality in it's colorful design featuring a wood burning fireplace, Spanish tile floor, and yellow walls. A red striped rug, yellow striped throw blanket, and red striped accent pillows add color and pattern to the space. The yellow walls display colorful scenic art and southwestern decor lit by the sun shining through above the wooden beams.
Large windows with dark wood trim continue the Old World feel into the dining room. Because the walls and floors are so much lighter, the wood adds dimension to the space and draws the eye in towards the antique table.
Vibrant yellow-and-white wallpaper sets the tone for this Alice-in-Wonderland-meets-London dining room. Fun touches include a bright yellow wingback chair, oval chandelier and slip-covered dining chairs.
Coastal Yellow Family Room With Blue Sectional Sofa
Various textures and coastal tones add beauty and interest to this open concept family room. Shades of blue, green, yellow and orange give the space a warm feel, making it a great place to relax and unwind. The custom sectional sofa divides the room into two seating areas.
Impress your Guests with Great Food and Better Design
Everything is bolder in Texas! When conceptualizing this dining room, designer Michelle Rohrer-Lauer mixed elements of classic design with bold patterns and colors that will catch the eye of any dinner guest.