The kaleidoscope pattern of the dynamic geometric ceramic tiles lining the walls and ceiling brings the guest bathroom to life and provides a stunning backdrop for the spacious vanity and spa-worthy steam shower.
A dramatic stone fireplace surround is the focal point of this traditional living room. A pair of cozy, traditional chairs by the fireside allows the homeowners to enjoy the warmth while still being part of the larger conversation area.
Choosing to paint or wallpaper just the wall behind your upholstered bed is a clever option if you have budgetary or time constraints. In this elegant bedroom, a little wallpaper goes a long way toward making a dramatic impact.
Low-cost yet high-impact elements helped designer Sarah Richardson create an eye-catching guest room on a tight budget. A wall of bold, black-and-white wallpaper creates a striking backdrop for the bed and gives the room an instant wow factor.
This impressive stone water feature is softened by the addition of purple peppermint willows with vivid oxalis ground cover at their bases. The water feature's design mimics the skyscrapers in the city skyline visible from the patio.
The stunning chandelier is not only a showstopping piece for the first floor, but with glass railings in the second floor hallway, the chandelier can be enjoy upstairs as well. A floating staircase leads to light wood floors in this home.
For the guest bathroom, designers wanted a clean, bright space with some drama, so they started with white, shiplap walls, a durable, white marble countertop and white subway tile in the bathroom. Then, they added black floor tile and black faucets and accessories to create contrast and really make the space pop.