Clean modern forms are the defining element in this room, with a sleek sectional and hot pink armchairs. The brightly colored Ikat-patterned rug was the inspiration for the palette which includes pink, yellow and blue. The focal fireplace wall features a gray-and-white faux finish and a large round nickel framed mirror over the mantel.
Framed watercolor art evokes the movement of waves flowing in and out, even capturing the ocean's natural hues which inspired the color palette of this home. Sand-colored linen couches add to the coastal look of this living room.
This girl's room blends styles, patterns and colors in fun and whimsical ways. An allover pattern of elephants dressed in pink adorns a single accent wall, bringing attention to the bed. White walls, furniture and bedding allow the pink accessories to pop. A traditional rug continues the pink and coral palette.
A large credenza provides additional storage in this living room and sits neatly under an abstract painting by the homeowner's brother. The colors of the painting flow seamlessly with the deep blue hue of the walls.
The panoramic cityscape of San Diego is the standout visual attraction in this loft apartment, so sliding glass doors and large windows on all sides help it be on full display. Thick white curtains provide privacy when needed without darkening the small space.
The homeowners wanted a place where they could entertain and that was both comfortable and practical. The natural raw wood coffee table centers the living room, adding unique character to the space. Sleek furniture and throw pillows in varying patterns bring vibrancy to the room.
In this wonderland of an apartment, look up! The psychedelic wallpaper on the ceiling covers the living and dining area and plays beautifully with the warm wood floors and white walls. Wallpaper: Valiant Ogee by Spoonflower; Dining pendants: Noir Star Pendant from Candelabra, Inc. and Rex Pendant from Arteriors Home
The vision for this ground floor sports room was to provide a comfortable space for the family while maximizing the seating for guests. Using the concepts of scale and proportion, the designers were able to accommodate seating for up to 10 people, which was far better than the five they could fit on the old sectional.
This breakfast room features a custom banquette and table. The table is made with a custom terrazzo top and hammered nickel base, and the banquette is upholstered in rich red leather. The Josef Frank fabric of the Roman shade ties together the banquette and the lapis-and-coral-beaded chandelier.