In this home's fourth bedroom, designers blended an elegant, neutral color palette with bold, teal accents for a pop of color. These two design elements combine with contrasting black details to create a space that is warm, bright and inviting for the homeowners and their guests.
White Stairway With Contemporary Wrought Iron Railing
This entry stairway skillfully blends the look of the home's sleek Mediterranean exterior with its contemporary coastal interior. The gorgeous wrought iron railing — a nod to Mediterranean style — boasts a clean, slim silhouette that looks current and contemporary. Crisp white walls complete the design with a bright, breezy and beach-like feel.
Two islands work double duty as both prep areas during grilling and bar seating. A sink sits next to the grill for easy access. Industrial barstools stay out of the elements when not in use under this outdoor island.
A square, wooden dining table offers a nice view while comfortably seating eight guests. The apartment's floor plan influenced the design of the dining space as an intimate space within the open layout. Custom mirrors visually highlight the dining area and reflect light, the beautiful outdoor views and the sculptural pendant light.
Contemporary White Living Room with Exposed Ceiling Beams
Fixer Upper host Joanna Gaines ultimately opted to keep the ceiling beams which, with the new bright white interior, tie in nicely with the newly added trim. The fresh motif and added light make the room feel much larger.
Contemporary Bedroom With Fur Rug and Upholstered Bed
For a project that called for a sleek luxurious look — on a tight budget — designer Shirley Meisels shopped carefully. “You can create a great look without going custom,” says the designer, who turned to major retailers and online sources, choosing a bed, table, and linens from West Elm, a rug from Dwell Studio, and a lamp from Restoration Hardware. Of course, designer know-how is what pulls it all together: “To create warmth in such a spare and simple setting it’s important to add texture. That’s where the fur rug and fur cushion come into play.”
A floating vanity with a rich wood finish teams with brass accents to bring warmth to this sleek and cool master bathroom renovation. Gray marble tile sheathes the new walk-in shower. Round mirrors hang above the dual sinks, with their sinuous shape and brass finish echoed in the lighting above.
What interior designer's home would be complete without a meeting room? Equipped with three gold bookshelves and a large conference table, this space easily allows Raegan Ford to conduct meetings with clients, sketch or plan her next big project.