This '80s-designed living room was softened by adding a shag area rug, soft pillows and cozy blankets. Rather than covering up the existing black and white flooring, the homeowner embraced it by adding more black and white and mixing in a bold lime green accent color.
In this contemporary living room, a wall of windows makes the most of the home's penthouse status. Crisp, clean lines on the simple furniture add to the space's uncluttered, welcoming feel.
Designer Cathy Hobbs infuses drama into this contemporary living room with pops of deep red to contrast the crisp white walls and sofa. For additional visual interest, she includes a mix of shapes and textures throughout the furniture and accessories.
Streamlined furniture brings a hint of contemporary into the Craftsman architectural elements of this living room. A checkerboard fireplace surround draws the eye into the space, making a one-of-a-kind statement.
Interior designer Cathy Hobbs used a color technique to design this living room that she calls "color mapping" in which certain colors can be seen throughout an entire space. For example, the color white can be seen in the pottery, sofa and artwork, while the color olive can be seen in the toss pillows as well as the artwork above.
Designer Cathy Hobbs creates a cheery work space by contrasting orange walls with crisp white furniture, curtains and shelves. Mirrors on facing walls widen the smaller space.
Without picking up a paintbrush, interior designer Cathy Hobbs, ASID, added color and a nature-inspired theme to this girl’s bedroom. Removable stickers – more affordable and less messy than stencils – add interest to the walls and complement the pink and green hues in the floral bedding.
This living room, designed by Cathy Hobbs, embraces Old World charm but also gives distinct nods to midcentury modern design aesthetics with storage units and dining tables with clean straight lines.