This gray living room shows Art Deco influences. It features a neutral area rug with a swirl design, a brown sofa with nailhead trim, a modern neutral end table, and a metal coffee table. Large windows provide abundant natural light.
A carved circular staircase in this custom-built, estate-size home features elaborate wrought-iron rails with a swirling design that mimics the lines of the staircase. Above the stairway, a crystal chandelier is suspended from a stained glass dome.
There is storage room to spare in this stylish spa bathroom that features plenty of drawers and overhead cabinets for occasional-use items. Glass doors were installed in the shower, and large tiles in a swirl design line the floors and portions of the walls. Checkerboard accent tile complements the brown marble countertop of the double sink vanity.
A wood bed frame is topped with yellow and white striped linens and covered with matching pillow shams. A single red throw pillow laid over two gray pillows adds another pop of color. A touch of red is repeated in the graphic art hanging on the wall. A gray rug with a swirl design softens the hardwood flooring.
A bold patterned area rug anchors the room's color palette. An ivory upholstered headboard adds a luxurious look to the simple bed linens. The room also features a bar-height desk as a stylish workspace.
This modern home office, crafted by Design Platform, gets added oomph from the unusually designed ceiling of geometric shapes, the gray swirl wallpaper that frames the back wall and the intermittent pops of orange in the room. These designs play well against the more linear structures of the furniture and accent pieces of the room.
Clean, classic and so very inviting describe this spa bathroom designed by TriplePoint Design Build. The wall and flooring feature a beige and cream swirled travertine tile that creates a unified presence, while the darker tub surround, checkerboard accent tile and chest of drawers give the room added warmth and dimension.
As a focal point for this dramatic space, the design team chose beautiful Azul Macauba, a blue stone from Brazil, to top the oval-shaped island. A whimsical blue backsplash, in a swirling pattern, complements the blue counters and ties in the white cabinetry in the space.
In this traditional lounge designed with Napoleon in mind, chalk paint becomes a thoughtful medium for capturing Old World details on a modern canvas. A gold velvet sofa and ruby-colored slipper chair pair well with a swirling mirror, making the space seem large and luxurious.
Glamorous soirees are effortless at this poolside retreat where guests can swirl from indoor socializing to the poolside veranda and deck. It's a sleek, refreshing retreat by Atlanta-based Cruickshank Remodeling with high style for the lover of contemporary design.
This stunning spiral staircase swirls around a beautiful blue sitting room. Blue is a calming color that reflects dependability. Using a darker shade adds a touch of drama, while cream details evoke a necessary balance of brightness in this masculine scheme. Designed by Joseph Cortes.
Wallpaper featuring a swirl and circular design adds drama to the intriguing style of this unique space. A black felt pool table is surrounded with chairs allowing it to second as a dining or sitting space. Upholstery from the side chairs adds a pop of green color to the neutral and black design, while large black wingback chairs are statement pieces capping off the table. An animal print rug anchors the eclectic space.
This year, forgo the usual holiday colors and embrace kicky bright hues and swirling patterns inspired by traditional Scandinavian designs. Felt, yarn and fabric glue are all you need to make this colorful Christmas tree skirt.
A scallop shell is part of this swirling, repeating pattern in the plasterwork on the ceiling in a 200-year-old French dining room that has been restored. The turquoise wallpaper, see behind the architectural details, is a classic French design.
In this modern terrarium, floral designer Laurel LeMaistre used a combination of natural found material, such as birch bark and swirled branches along with petite orchid plants, and polished river stones. Orchids are a staple flower for all modern design, and their simplicity and longevity make them a perfect choice for terrarium work, says LeMaistre, a member of the American Institute of Floral Designers.