Though the first floor of this home isn’t an open plan, the living room and dining room are close enough to each other to require a few connections in their design plan. The stripes on the rug, the polka dots on the table runner and even the triangle patterns on the wall in the dining room all have correlatives in the living room. And where there is the biggest difference - the complete lack of art in the dining room - all of the colors on the wall have been taken from the living room gallery wall, creating some beautiful visual connections.
Mediterranean Hallway with Antique Blue Side Board
This hallway gives off a Mediterranean vibe with its Grecian blue antique side board and stone-like candlesticks. Stone sculptures of white flowering plants in distressed pottery sit on either side of the table, while a painting on the white brick wall provides a colorful finishing touch.
This playful bar is as quirky as it gets — glasses with colorful stems are arranged on a shelf backed with bright mosaic tile, lime green barstools are upholstered in cowhide and the ceiling is painted hot pink.
Bright chartreuse egg chairs offer fun, modern seating in this eye-catching game room. Striped walls coordinate with the chairs, and orange accents add a splash of contrast while keeping with the energetic color palette.
Contemporary Girls' Room Includes Large Blue Dresser
To give each sister her own space and make the most of the room's small footprint, designer Lexi Westergard separated the twin beds with a large blue dresser. Three spacious drawers ensure that both girls have enough room for clothes.