Donít you just love the pink and mint green colors in this living room? Just looking at it makes me wanna jump into the picture and get on that sofa! Aside from the pillows, that console cabinet at the back is very beautiful! This room definitely gives us many ideas for DIY.
Making the most of a wooded lot and interior courtyard, Braxton Werner and Paul Field of Wernerfield Architects transformed this former 1960s ranch house to an inviting yet unapologetically modern home. Outfitted with Western Window Systems products throughout, the homeís beautiful exterior views are framed with large expanses of glass that let in loads of natural light. Multi-slide doors in the bedroom and living areas connect the outdoors with the homeís family-friendly interiors.
A beautiful and contemporary living room with the most sophisticated look any space could actually have. Itís straight up sleek, clean and fancy. Not much drama going on in here.
A wall made of bricks or another type of eye-catching material would be ideal for a home. Walls like this are unique enough to stand on their own. Plus, it has a walnut cabinet for the stone feature wall. Do you like the beveled trim around the cabinet?
The glass sliding doors in this home are perfect especially if you are designing your cabin or planning to have one. This mountain cabin looks perfect for holiday get-aways and camping or vacation weekends. The choice of wood and the colors used in this cabin are perfect and suit each other perfectly. Moreover, if you have a view like this one, it seems best to use furniture or design the home in such a way that you get to enjoy and maximize the whole view.
A white living room sure is easy to decorate since any color that youíd use with and on it would always turn out well. Of course, there are some considerations and careful planning is needed to achieve a design which will not be too much or too subtle unless you want it to be.
This Tribeca loft has a couple of columns in them pretty great stuff the fact that they combined wood and steel made a whole lot of difference. I like the color choice they did with the columns too, do you too? This is one of those living rooms that have the same effect and design as some of the spaces on this list where doors or openings are the areas where they actually placed the columns or posts on sometimes the spaces look cool with them in it, but sometimes it seems like they are misplaced or something.