After looking through the collection, we pulled together five ways you can bring style, energy, relaxation or a mix of all three to a living room.
New York designer Miles Redd recast the interiors of a Texas family’s vacation house at the Lyford Cay club in the Bahamas. The living room walls and ceiling are covered in a China Seas fabric, with curtains to match. The sofa is by Oscar de
And don’t think you can’t experiment with color combinations if you’re tending towards Scandinavian design. Black, white, yellow, and bright teal might be a surprising set but they work together here.
In a spacious design that would be perfect for roommates, this three bedroom house includes private baths for each room and a separate guest bath in the front hall. Outdoor lounging areas complete this modern, luxurious layout.
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Paintings by Andro Wekua, at left, and Josh Smith enliven the master suite of a Martha’s Vineyard home designed by Ashe and Leandro. The custom-made bed is dressed with a John Robshaw coverlet; the wall lamps are by Christian Liaigre, the Hans J. Wegner chair
This small, three bedroom still leaves space for a larger family, fitting siblings in one back room. An outdoor dining area with deck chairs is perfect for warmer weather and has a private entrance from the master bedroom.
Extend the headboard. In this bedroom, the white headboard’s embossed pattern adds texture and subtle contrast to the overall design scheme. And its dimensions make the entire bed area seem larger than it actually is.
In the dining room of this condominium in Chicago’s Gold Coast neighborhood, design firm Vincere used Holly Hunt’s Great Plains window sheers to bring a soft glow to the space and create a neutral backdrop for the room’s Asian-inspired elements.
In a house by Emily Summers Design Assoc. in the California desert, a vintage chair from Trina Turk Residential in Palm Springs sits in the master bath; the wall covering is by Élitis.