This entertainment space is centered on the projection screen and entertainment center. The distressed wood, leather, and soft fabrics is suggestive of a forest environment. Built-in waterfalls reside on either side of the entertainment center, framing it in. The tray ceiling adds height.
This space is very traditional. Texture and warmth can be noted within the window panes, stone fireplace, wood flooring, and mantle. Neutrals combined with natural light illuminate the space. The unique escritoire in the far corner adds an element of uniqueness to the room.
This room has the perfect balance of cozy and spacious. Warmth radiates from the recessed lighting, dark leather seating, and beautiful amaretto stained woods. Spaciousness is created by the tray ceiling and neutral colors. Curves and ironwork make this room truly exquisite.
This magnificent living space is warm and cozy, but also unique. By grouping the furniture closely and using chestnut colors within the neutral color scheme, the space is transformed, beckoning with its hospitable charm. Warmth and contrast also play a large part in this design.
This space is filled with a fresh sense of style. The curved sculptural furniture, scarlet accents, and circular medallion chandelier strike a wonderful chord against the otherwise blank canvas. The curtain and fireplace create balance on either side of the entertainment center.
This elegant and traditional space summons the ocean indoors. The colors of coastal living surround the space. Sand, water and seashells are all represented in the fabrics, artwork, and décor. The circular dark wood coffee table contrasts against the white rug, centering the space.
This living area embodies traditional elegance. The subtle curves, contrasting neutrals, and clean lines create a simplicity within the space. The built in arched storage area draws the eye to the back of the room, enhancing the contrast between lights and darks, and adding depth.
This living space draws inspiration from exotic and adventurous environments. The muted, olive-toned fabrics, carpeting, complement the warmth of the dark wood and leather. Reeded blinds, swirling fabric patterns, and the exquisite design of the coffee table add a unique style to the space.
The warm color tones and natural light of this space deliver its vibrant nature. The circular nature both the flooring design and the furniture adds central energy to the room. The stripes of the carpeting allow the energy from the room’s center to expand.
This living space is combines both intricacy and boldness. The dark woods and neutrals contrast beautifully with the delicate pattern of the flooring. The merlot red accents balance the fabrics and textures in the space eloquently. Soft curves and greens soften the space.
The nautical color scheme in this space works very well with the traditional furnishings. The navy blue fabrics contrast with the white elements, as well as the black painted woods of the flooring and tables. Soft patterns on the pillows balance the contrast exquisitely.
This space uses textured neutrals and natural light to expand the space. The built in entertainment center contrasts with the light colors, creating a center-point at the far side of the room. The side tables and iron-work balance the dark and light.
This space utilizes neutrals and soft golden yellows to brighten and expand. The ottoman serves as a center-point for the room, drawing the eye to the pillows, contrasting the white fabric. The artwork is also a beautiful addition to the space, tying in the gold.
Coastal living comes to mind with this space. Ocean blue, sandy tan, and seashell ivory tie together to make up the radiant color scheme for this room. Dark woods are used to contrast the lights. The wicker sided armchairs embody beach grasses.
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