Color + Pattern: Geometric Details in Ranch House

Bold shapes abound in this ranch house by designer Natalie Myers, from the squares on the credenza to the circles that decorate the dining room wallpaper. In turn, these accents bring subtle visual interest to each space and complement the home's midcentury aesthetic.

Photo By: Marisa Vitale

Photo By: Marisa Vitale

Photo By: Marisa Vitale

Photo By: Marisa Vitale

Photo By: Marisa Vitale

Photo By: Marisa Vitale

Photo By: Marisa Vitale

Photo By: Marisa Vitale

Photo By: Marisa Vitale

Photo By: Marisa Vitale

Photo By: Marisa Vitale

Photo By: Marisa Vitale

Photo By: Marisa Vitale

Photo By: Marisa Vitale

Photo By: Marisa Vitale

Photo By: Marisa Vitale

Photo By: Marisa Vitale

Photo By: Marisa Vitale

Photo By: Marisa Vitale

Photo By: Marisa Vitale

Photo By: Marisa Vitale

Photo By: Marisa Vitale

Photo By: Marisa Vitale

Photo By: Marisa Vitale

Midcentury Modern Foyer With Pink Rug

Rich, warm tones—brown, cream, pink—make the foyer so inviting. Knobs on the wall are ready to hold bags and hats. A basket by the pretty woven bench can stash more bulky items like shoes.

Midcentury Modern Foyer With Globe Pendant

The foyer beautifully establishes the casually elegant tone of the rest of the house. The credenza is vintage midcentury modern. A succulent in a basket is a friendly organic touch.

Midcentury Credenza With Photo Art

The foyer sets the stage for the home's skillful mixing of warm textures and organic materials with a midcentury modern credenza, pink Oriental rug and a memorable desert photo.

Contemporary Neutral Living Room With Blue Art

The large living room is comfortable and light-filled. An L-shaped sectional offers lots of soft seating and a clean backdrop for pillows covered in global textiles.

Contemporary Neutral Living Room With Tree

The details in the living room are tasteful, a mix of midcentury modern and more contemporary items. The coffee table is custom made.

Contemporary Neutral Living Room With Tree

The living room achieves a look that's at once stately and casual with a mix of contemporary art and global textiles. The coffee table was custom made for the space.

Midcentury Modern Dining Room With Sliding Doors

Glass sliding doors connect the dining room to the home's outdoor spaces—and let in lots of natural light.

Midcentury Modern Dining Room With Gray Tiles

Below the gray textured tiles (by Heath) is a double-sided fireplace, enjoyed on this end by the dining room and open plan kitchen, on the other side by the living room.

Midcentury Modern Dining Room With Wallpaper

Heath fireplace tiles pick up the geometric pattern of the nearby wallpaper, an exciting way to add visual interest to the dining room without veering from the neutral color scheme.

Midcentury Modern Dining Room With Geometric Wallpaper

Wallpaper with a pattern this busy shouldn't be able to support more patterns on top, but the carefully selected artwork succeeds with stylish panache.

Neutral Midcentury Modern Dining Room With Sheepskins

The varied patterns of this midcentury modern dining room work because of the monochrome color palette.

Neutral Midcentury Dining Room With Pendant Trio

A heavy walnut dining table is balanced out by the more slender lines of the dining chairs. One of the designers' main goals for the home's aesthetic was that it be calming and organic.

Neutral Open Plan Kitchen and Dining Room

The dining room is an easy extension of the kitchen with the walnut dining table tying in with the island's wood notes. Sheepskin throws cozy up the dining chairs.

Contemporary Family Room With Apple Art

For a young family's hangout room, leather is a smart sofa choice, both durable and attractive. The red apple artwork adds a playful pop of energy.

Contemporary Family Room With Red Apple Art

The dark blue, graphic rug is a grounding element for the family room with its white walls and big windows. A wall-mounted entertainment center is a safe move for a space where kids often play.

Contemporary Family Room With Gold Tray

This space off the kitchen is where the family's kids often play when dinner is being made. So furnishings are durable and kid-friendly (and plenty stylish!), like the no-sharp-corners ottoman coffee table.

Blue Gray Contemporary Bedroom With Pool View

The master bedroom is a serene retreat with views out to the backyard and pool and a palette in cool grays and blues. Walnut nightstands, a wood used in many other rooms in the house, helps create a sense of unity throughout the home.

Contemporary Neutral Bedroom With Graphic Wallpaper

The parents' bedroom feels both modern and calm; the wallpaper's graphic punch is softened by its neutral tones. On the bed, global textiles have subtle patterns and a touch of color.

Pool Photo and Bench

The LA-based home pays homage to its location with photos and graphic prints in the bedrooms.

Contemporary Kid Bedroom With Mountain Wallpaper

In the boys' bedrooms, designer Natalie Myers "let loose with bolder prints and wallpaper to reflect [the kids'] fun-loving personalities."

Contemporary Kid's Room With Blue Desk

The kids' rooms aren't huge, but bright colors and playful patterns give them plenty of personality. This one has a petite desk for homework needs.

Kid Room Bookshelf With Mountain Art

Bright, graphic art and an array of colorful books give new life to a basic white bookshelf in this kid room.

Blue Gray Boy's Bedroom With LA Map

Like in the dining room, this boy's bedroom uses a small-scale graphic print as a neutral backdrop for vibrant artwork. More patterns are cheerfully layered into the room via the pillows, bed linens and rug.

Contemporary Kid's Room With Los Angeles Print

In one of the boy's rooms, the furniture is clean white to allow lots of room for the graphic wallpaper and colorful art, toys and bed linens.

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