"If you look closely in the background, you can see one of my favorite design elements for this project. I had turquoise bird silhouettes applied to the window treatments and also painted one on the ceiling to give the illusion they were flying through the room," says Clements.
Neutral patio tile and matching, light neutral exterior walls create a calm and spacious look for this backyard swimming pool space. A pair of red cushioned chairs add a pop of accent color against the tan palette. A large turquoise standing vase contributes an additional touch of color and compliments the pool water.
Stone tile flooring surrounds this peaceful swimming pool set up in the backyard of this ranch home. A pair of striped red chairs and a trio of large turquoise vases add touches of color to the light, neutral tones of the space.
Rich woods, paper lantern chandelier, bamboo plants and exotic artifacts root this dining space in Asian design. A distressed red credenza adds a bold pop of color along with an adjacent bright red vase.
Warm orange wall paint, shimmering red floor-length curtains and a stack of red and gold cushions create a warm environment in this transitional sitting area. A glass coffee table with arched silver legs supports a unique red vase with a a beautiful, exotic plant. A plush gray armchair provides comfortable seating.
Warm and inviting, this transitional living room features a burnt orange accent wall and a decorative fireplace with lit candles and red vases. A wall of built-in bookshelves displays minimal art and accessories, and a contemporary sofa without arms looks cozy when paired with a gray throw and small decorative pillows.
A large red vase flanked by two mounted sinks draws the eye into this contemporary bathroom. With no vanity storage, a tall rich wood cabinet with contemporary hardware was installed to provide a place to stow towels and toiletries.
A stunning fireplace surround draws you into this elegant sitting room, where a gray velvet chaise invites you to linger. A traditional oil painting and a pair of dark red vases add subtle color to the room's cool color palette.
To create a focal point in the home's spacious living room, she had the old, outdated brick replaced with Texas limestone, then, she and Chip installed a simple, wood mantle highlighted by a clock, silver candlesticks and red vases to add a splash of color.
A vintage red leather couch stands out in an eclectic living room, which also has unique red wall vases, a small glass coffee table with three white vases, black and white floral curtains, and a console with matching table lamps.