A stacked stone fireplace and Noguchi coffee table spoke to the modernist in us.
The linen and black combination in this room comes off as both comfortable and current, and the subway wall art above the sofa was a big trend in 2010.
Here's another fireplace that caught many eyes this year. The half-wall room divider and color combination were also popular details.
The idea of a three-season sun room appealed to many, as did the easy-to-clean slipcovered furniture.
A traditional-style room with neutral tones felt "warm" and "cozy" to many. No doubt the fireplace also helped in that regard.
Greige is everyone's new favorite go-to neutral, and nowhere was its application more popular than in this contemporary living room.
A vaulted ceiling and white trim feels "clean" and "airy," while the layout invites easy conversation.
It's no secret that people want to be cozy. This room's large sectional, soft blanket, and roaring fireplace looked to plenty of us like the perfect spot to curl up.
We all struggle with how to decorate around a large TV. Here, a polished built-in seemed the year's perfect solution.
Here's that turquoise we were expecting! While many popular rooms were in muted tones, this one stood out as the most colorful of the bunch. Turquoise, bright pink, and black and white make for a fun and feminine space.
Built-in bookshelves are always a hit, and the more versatile the space (here, with several seating areas and a spot for dining), the more people it attracts.
A neutral palette is easy on the eyes, inspiring rest and relaxation.