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Editor's Advice: How To Style Your Living Room Like A Designer

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, February 10, 2016
  • H&H‘s Joel Bray and Jennifer Koper share expert living room styling tips. Discover their secrets to creating a standout space.Joel and Jennifer start by decorating the non-functioning fireplace. By adding three mod vases and dressing up the mantel with brass candlesticks and a teal bowl for a pop of color, they’re able to create a gorgeous focal point in the middle of the room. Next, the design editors style the coffee table with contemporary pieces to play off its red lacquered insert. Watch how they experiment with art on walls that have moulding, and see how they bring life to the room with indoor plants. Plus, get their tips on how to brighten your space with layers of lighting.
  • Source: https://youtu.be/hDsOemgNdO0


  • Ana


     3 years ago +270

    Great tips, but I'm always put off by all the decorative bits and pieces that have no purpose other than to gather dust and look pretty in juuuuust the right arrangement. I would love to see a video where you take the actual useful objects that most people have in their homes and arrange those in a stylish way. Things like how to make a bookcase (containing mostly actual books rather than vases and sculptures and who knows what else) look styled while still being functional, for instance.
    I know this channel, and the magazine, are 99% about product placement and selling your advertisers' products, but one or two videos with more practical tips wouldn't hurt ;)

  • Matafanua Tamatoa

    Matafanua Tamatoa

     10 months ago +8

    I honestly hate when books are placed as decorative pieces 😑

  • Bulbasaur21


     3 years ago +31

    my favorite part of the room was the dog!!

  • Gretta Lemabouchou

    Gretta Lemabouchou

     2 years ago +39

    Forgive me, but a lovely plant would be perfect for that fireplace....this treatment has too much white~~~~*

  • Jennifer Shawley

    Jennifer Shawley

     3 years ago +49

    ok sooo are we decorating for a photoshoot or a real home? please please get real with this stuff. its getting stale, predictable, snooty and quite frankly boring. your magazine is not called "window displays and magazine covers." its called "house and home" is it not? ...like, come on now. get serious.

  • Simplyhonestlyjojo


     3 years ago +11

    I thought I should take the time out to really show love on this page!! Thank you for such amazing inspiration!! My house is so beautiful and it has a lot to do with this channel when I feel stuck design wise I come here for remotivation and home refreshment I hope u know how good you are !!!! Xxx forever a fan 💕💕💕💕

  • Fuzzwart


     3 years ago +46

    putting white art in the fireplace was a wasted opportunity for something more colorful, maybe if you painted one a hazel brown, another a kind of red color like the coffee table, then one a kind of blue like that bookcase type item in the corner I think it would look far better, too much white on white for my taste, and if you didn't want to take away from the mantel you could do muted colors, really any colors you want

  • Hallo IkBenWill

    Hallo IkBenWill

     a years ago +5

    The guy is just saying things that don't have much substance behind them...

  • Ron Douglas

    Ron Douglas

     a years ago +6

    I would have painted the back wall inside the fireplace a dark charcoal grey which would have added depth to the fireplace and also a nice contrast to the white pots. Overall I thought the room still looked a little sterile.

  • Lisa Joanna

    Lisa Joanna

     2 years ago +12

    My problem with white walls is that, to me, every added object of color looks too present because it really pops out at you and then when you add multiple items, of multiple colors, it just ends up looking cluttered and your gaze darts from one little thing to the other and the assortment seems totally random to me. This is why I never understood what people find "peaceful" and "neutral" about white walls, unless you pair it with really subdued, neutral toned furniture and accessories, but then the entire room ends up looking bland. I might be the only person in the world that doesn't know "what to do" with white walls.

  • Jubbeljupp


     8 months ago +5

    so we have this white painted fireplace... it will highlight those also white vases perfectly..... uhmmm no?

  • annakeye


     a years ago +4

    Fine for staging but really, it's all a bit contrived and obvious. It looks unwelcoming. I'm imagining a sign outside the
    entrance to the room that bossily states: _Books and Soft furnishings are not to be touched as they are there to
    enhance the overall æsthetic. Please, remain standing at all times_
    Best piece has to be that chair and next, the monkey lamp though not necessarily for that space.
    Worst? Those undoubtedly overpriced bits of tat that decorated the dead fireplace.

  • Silmara Marsili

    Silmara Marsili

     a years ago +1

    Purple chair, green rug with red glass coffee table ?!

  • mizzmolly


     7 months ago +1

    I don't know why designers always have to place an Hermes blanket over the arm of a sofa in the living room. It's become so cliche, in addition to being more than $3500.

  • J. Perrault

    J. Perrault

     2 years ago +5

    I dislike overly decorated rooms. That lavender velvet chair was over the top. The monkey lamp was perfect. That bare wall could have used a mirror to visually expand the space.

  • Designer Window Fashions

    Designer Window Fashions

     a years ago +3

    am I the only person who thinks two "coffee" tables in between the seating was not good? If they are the experts, what would the place looked like with novice designers? The blue table on the fire place wall and the round coffee table look totally out of harmony In my opinion and I didn't care for the additions to the mantel. The fireplace was an interesting concept with the all white.

  • Peggy Roberts

    Peggy Roberts

     7 months ago +1

    I thought I'd scream if they said really one more time. Really, really. really....

  • Peggy Roberts

    Peggy Roberts

     8 months ago +2

    I think they said "really" like a million times

  • L Michelle

    L Michelle

     10 months ago +1

    Should have put many led candles 🕯 in the fireplace

  • CD 1

    CD 1

     a years ago +1

    I'm always put off by the self-important designer that feels the need to veto every decision the 2nd designer on the preject has.
    His decisions made this the most boring, sterile and 'lifestyle' predictable room.
    Ugh. Get a new idea.