A white kitchen doesn't have to be ALL white. Here, designer Andrea Schumacher opted for just two small shelves in lieu of upper cabinets, making the fanciful floral wallpaper the star. For contrast, she chose an emerald green tone from the wallpaper to paint the kitchen's island. The standout green piece complements the blue floral wallpaper, the Murano glass chandeliers, white cabinetry and Carrara marble backsplash.
Two rows of windows, stacked on top of each other, fill this living room with tons of natural light. The curtains' graphic blue border helps call attention to the sky-high ceiling and ties in with the navy blue sofa.
A mix of classic elegance and country casual, this breakfast nook combines a wood dining table with a banquette and armchairs in cheery red and blue patterns. The dark hardwood floor helps anchor the colorful space.
Allover pattern makes a big splash in this jewel box of a powder room. Eclectic accessories with a Far East flair connect the space to other rooms in the home. A clean-lined vanity with an open base adds a contemporary touch and keeps the design from feeling heavy.
This navy blue bathroom exudes old world elegance with a sumptuous rug, a table lamp with a statue base and patterned curtains in rich colors. The standout feature of the space, though, is the incredible tile work on the walls, visually creating a sort of woven wainscoting.
This gorgeous bathroom layers in many different materials—marble, wood, sheepskin, metals—for a luxurious, refined effect. The large red rug pulls the space together and beautifully complements the wood accents.
This open sitting room makes maximum use of a loft-like landing, with a cozy conversation area nestled up next to a bar. Eclectic artwork is a conversation piece, and a diminutive Chesterfield sofa is a traditional, homey touch.
This traditional bedroom with bohemian touches is richly layered for a comfortable, lived-in look. The clean-lined canopy bed features a curtained headboard that gives the bed added dimension and creates a focal point for the space. Art is both hung and leaning, giving the grouping a casual feel.
This traditional dining room offers layers of texture, pattern and interest, with exotic and bohemian touches that bring distinction to the space. Three styles of seating around the table accommodate various types and sizes of gatherings. A suspended candelabra fixture lights up the room while setting an intimate tone.