Striking orange chairs enliven this contemporary dining area with vibrancy and pizzazz. A sleek glass table and glass pendants keep from visually crowding or overwhelming the space, and sliding glass doors fill the space with natural light.
Rough-hewn wood warms the modernized interior of this 1970s-era colonial home. The natural, understated color palette echoes the neighboring horse farms, brining the outdoors in and highlighting the home's colorful artwork.
The black and white base of this home's palette serves as a springboard for imaginative layering of bright colors and bold patterns. Here, a tiny nook over the kitchen becomes a vibrant home office with tropical green wallpaper.
This amazing living room is like stepping into a work of modern art with its bold primary colors and strong graphic shapes. White walls and black-framed windows add to the crisp effect.
Brightly colored pillows and a rug give a vibrant splash of color to the living room, where silver and gray are the backdrop neutrals. The soft curved shapes of both the sectional and ottoman are family-friendly yet totally sophisticated choices.
Loads of natural light and crisp, clean lines characterize this dynamic living room. Stark white pairs with warm wood to create a striking contrast that's visually appealing. A sofa table provides storage and display space behind the sleek white sectional.
Crisp white walls provide a clean, fresh backdrop for this contemporary dining room, and a symmetrical gallery wall adds tasteful touches of color. On the adjacent wall, built-in aquariums offer endless entertainment. A funky black chandelier crowns the space with whimsy, and a live-edge dining table lends unexpected warmth and rusticity to the design.
The metallic ceiling in this magnificent home library was inspired by a Parisian hotel where the family once vacationed. The ceiling subtly adds bold texture to the space — it's eye-catching but just out of sightline, so it doesn't overwhelm the design. Blood orange chairs and artwork bring vibrant color to the room.
Mixing up the ceiling levels give this apartment a loft-like, airy feel. Huge windows let in tons of light and a streamlined metal-and-wood staircase with lots of open space doesn't block sightlines across the room.