Two cream-colored chaises create a stylish spot for sunbathing. Just behind the outdoor lounge, bi-folding doors lead into the pool house, which boasts a living room, dining space and open kitchen.
To break up the long living space, two separate seating areas are created. Each space is defined by a traditional area rug, beaded chandelier, marble-topped coffee table and comfortable yet sophisticated furniture. Gleaming metallic exposed beams add a touch of glamour, and the fireplace remains a chic focal point of the space.
Floor-to-ceiling cabinets provide much-needed storage, while the blue island adds a punch of color and the perfect spot for eating and doing homework. The entire space is designed to be family friendly, but still embraces luxurious materials, like granite countertops and mirrored tile backsplash.
Pay attention to scale when styling a shelf or tabletop. Here, trim white lamps are an elegant pairing with a petite console table and delicate antique mirror.
A gray oversized sectional and matching ottoman anchor the seating area in this spacious transitional living room. The white palette is complemented by a marble fireplace and earth-toned accents, with large arched windows filling the space with natural light.
The designer of this contemporary living room, Marie Flanigan, spent hours perfecting the asymmetrical proportions of the living room fireplace with the goal of making it feel natural and appealing.
The artwork's bright colors stand out radiantly against the neutral foundation of this living room's furniture and rugs. Unexpected textures—velvet, metal, even the houseplant—bring further visual interest to the space.
A curvy bench with intricate carvings brings a classic touch to this elegant and timeless master bedroom. Swing-arm light fixtures flank the dark green tufted headboard, which makes a dramatic statement against the tall white wall.
The floral wallpaper in this formal dining room is gorgeous, a design from Gracie Studio that was inspired by the homeowners' wedding china. But were it to cover the entire wall, it might be overwhelming, so designers kept it to the room's upper half and used crisp, white wainscoting on the bottom.
This formerly dark and uninteresting kitchen gets a whole new life with beautiful blue cabinetry, delicate pendants and roman shades with a subtle graphic print. The backsplash is the star of the room: gray tiles in a herringbone pattern.
This 1960s ranch-style home is refreshed with a clean, airy new vibe that still celebrates the home’s unique architectural style. In the master bedroom, a light, romantic concept is incorporated in a monotone color palette. and the result is a space filled to the brim with a sense of spa-like serenity.