This space is crisp and clean. Neutral colors combine with light olive greens and dark woods make for beautiful variation and contrast throughout the entire area. The archway between the dining and seating creates division. Elegant yet simple décor completes the look flawlessly.
This space embodies the warmth of Southern living. The curves and warm tones in the stone flooring and the wood grains in the ceiling radiate warmth and enclose the space, while natural light expands it outward. Subtle patterns and colors allow the space to become truly unique.
This living and dining space is defined by its’ clean lines and neutral colors. Modern traditional style is consistently implemented throughout the entire design. Dual-toned neutral walls aligned with the contrasting dual-toned window treatments draw the eye to the beautiful furnishings.
This space is thoroughly traditional with hints of Spanish influence. The pottery, coffee table, artwork, and soft golden yellows culture the space. The built in entertainment center is the true center of this room. The yellow, cream, and chestnut color scheme is simple, yet warm.
This post-modernistic living space is certainly a work of art. The sloped ceiling and unique materials and furnishings project a simple, yet artistic statement. The cube pattern of the rug, along with the radiant pendant lighting, sculptural furnishings, and fireplace make this space really shine.
This living room is spacious and bright. The sectional fits proportionally within the space, allowing for an adequate walkway on every side. The panel behind the mantle draws the eye inward and up toward the high vaulted ceilings, accentuating the height of the room.
This living space is simplistic and bright. The structural elements are truly the only decoration needed. With windows on either side of the fireplace, the beautiful stone becomes the center-point. The recessed lighting and lowered ceiling accentuate the neutral tones and add warmth.
This space is guided by its simplicity. Clean lines and grey-scale colors allow the view through glass wall to become the focal. The contrast between the wall and furniture creates diversity within the space. Unique fixtures add interest to the room in a subtle way.
This space could be defined as Zen, calming, or oriental. The low setting furniture and simple boxed wall storage allow the space to feel open and free. The ashen pewter flooring and cocoa chevron rug add texture to the space. The vertical windows add height.
This living room is characterized by its marbled appearance and contrast. The center-point is the fireplace, which utilizes its vertical pattern by drawing the eye upward to the back-lit tray ceiling. Dark wood stain contrasts against the white and cream color scheme to create warmth.
This space radiates the feeling of little Italy. Distressed wood and brick add character and familiarity to the space. The white fabric and woven wicker of the sofa intertwine with the warmth from the brick and wood to create contrast in the space.
This living space is devoted to modern elements. The arc floor lamp encircles the fireplace and centers the seating area, creating balance. Natural light brightens the space, while the wood flooring and coffee table tie in warmth. The floating staircase adds structural significance.
This space portrays a very artistic style. The corner sofa and armchair frame the seating area and create a transition to the surrounding space. The beautiful woodwork in the mantle and ceiling tie in wood tones from the entryway and cabinetry.
The angle of the furniture arrangement in this space allows the view of the water to take center stage. Subtle curves in the furnishings reflect the beauty of nature. The sofa frames the space and creates direction, while also adding warmth.
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