Houzz is the new way to design your home.
I love this space! The reclaimed wood coffee table and stone fireplace add just the right amount of texture to an otherwise modern room.
This corner has a bookstore bistro feel to it.
Thinking outside the box by adding a clock with a dial and numbers only.
A subdued color palette lets the natural sculptural pieces and the plants stand out.
Hung flat-screen TVs are great because they improve visibility without the restrictions of a TV stand or media armoire. But let's face it: they're not that pretty. Here, surrounding the screen with a symmetrical arrangement of black-and-white photos gives the whole display a certain elegance.
Fill your home with investment pieces. Consider purchasing one or two items each year at the best quality you can afford. Furniture like this timeless Louis XV style has maintained its popularity for eons and will only vary in color and/or finish.
A family room is bathed in light when transom windows reach up toward the vaulted ceiling. The pale color palette and white walls enhance the effect.
Royal blue and bright white feel so refreshing with green — like a Wint-O-Green mint.
This room setting has concrete all over the place — floors, steps, columns, bookshelves, entertainment shelf. A simple wax sealer maintains the light gray color and adds some sheen to the surface. By combining with wood tones, a "cement" colored sectional and an area rug with rich, warm tones, this concrete palace is warm and inviting.
Plan for kids and pets. Whether your kids have two legs or four, they tend to be little busy bodies, and at times accident prone. When selecting furnishings, choose fabrics that are easy to clean, allowing you to maintain a healthy and beautiful home. Note to parents of tiny tots: This room also has a built-in safety feature — no sharp corners — yet it is quite mature and sophisticated.
BLue and wood.