White walls and beams make a perfect background for this living room's earthy tweed midcentury-modern sofa and chair and the large, visually stunning painting whose colors are echoed in the room's accessories.
In the master bedroom, designers brought color into the space by including a bold, teal tile in the shower to contrast with the calm, neutral color palette of the rest of the space.
This bedroom exudes Hollywood glamour, from the silver abstract-print wallpaper to the nailhead-trim headboard on a luxurious bed that's just ready for its close-up.
Zebra-print chairs meet their French-inspired cousins around a rustic wood table in this pale-blue dining room with maple flooring and exposed ceiling beams.
This living room combines rustic elements such as exposed beams, rafters, and trusses with traditional upholstered furniture, modern wood-and-cable stair railings, and a classic arched window that lets in lots of natural light.
An oversized mirror hung on the wall beside the king sized bed reflects the natural light let into the space from the large window, making the bedroom seem larger.
Imagine curling up on this inviting navy-blue nailhead-trim sofa or in one of the red-striped club chairs and watching the light from the stained-glass window play on the red walls of this comfy living room.
In the playroom, a wall full of cabinets keeps the space organized, while the chalkboard wall gives the kids an element of customizability in their room. The table and chairs gives the children a place to work, and the rug adds a softness to the clean design. Finally, large French doors allow in plenty of natural light.
The wallpaper on the back wall of this dining room has a cool graphic print; its neutral color scheme keeps the overall feel of the space more muted.
In the master bedroom, designers brought in furniture with bold fabrics and stains to that the space would feel luxurious and stunning. For example, the headboard of the bed and the dark stain on the nightstands and the frame of the mirror create a luscious feeling in the design.
This Mediterranean dining room balances big, heavy pieces in dark colors, like the china cabinet, with lighter elements like the white walls and glass chandelier. Touches like the zebra head and striped rug give the room a global note.