This eclectic home office has the perfect blend of femininity and masculinity. Mid toned wood furnishings, built-in bookshelves and taxidermy on the wall combine well with feminine graphic throw pillows and desk chair.
Faux taxidermy adds a whimsical touch to the foyer of this traditional Brooklyn townhouse. Dark stain on moldings and doors complement the traditional architecture, and soft gray walls carry through to the home's interior.
The bar area boasts rustic flair with a wood paneled accent wall, wood bar and taxidermy on the wall. Mixing patterns and textures and pairing the old with the new creates a cohesive palette that is cozy, yet adds an unexpected element of fun to keep people coming back for more.
An eclectic hallway provides a transition from this contemporary home's kitchen to its outdoor space. French doors welcome in light, needed to counteract the darkness of the black wood floors. Quirky touches include the taxidermy busts and blue pendant lights.
Pleasing to the eye, this home office could cater to both genders. Taxidermy and mahogany bookshelves lends a more masculine vibe, while details like the traditional rug and tufted chairs offer a bit of femininity. We especially love the coffered ceiling!
As seen on HGTV Design Star, Hale created a rustic and elegant lodge-style setting where the homeowner, a cattle rancher and avid hunter, can entertain large groups of West Texas cowboys. Built-in stone benches add additional seating and create stylish storage for firewood underneath.
Though it's awash in browns with hunting lodge touches, this home office manages to maintain a modern vibe. Clean-lined draperies are hung on a thin, contemporary rod, and a narrow dresser serves as a modern TV console.
As seen on HGTV Design Star, Bex Hale’s design in this dining room pays homage to this ranch's rich cultural heritage that spanned from Mexico to West Texas. The arches were created from limestone quarried locally and the floors were fashioned from reclaimed barn wood. The home showcases antiques that Bex hand-selected in South-Central Mexico and Northern Africa.