Continuing her theme of "Bermuda in the city," designer Anna Donohue created a teenage retreat that is replete with fun patterns and colors. The bed and wall covering are simple in design, but graphic patterns in the pillows, Roman shade and bulletin board give the room a bold look. A black industrial-style lamp adds whimsy and spunk.
"The homeowners were really baffled as to what to do with the third bedroom in their condo," said designer Debbie Perez. "They really didn't need two guest bedrooms. So, we suggested to use their favorite items from their previous home they didn’t want to part with and created this cozy little den."
A large purple wicker pendant light hangs above a white round dining room table, flanked by bamboo silver chairs cushioned in purple velvet. An arrangement of violets is in the middle of the table, which is anchored by a white fur rug.
Eclectic Kitchen With Coconut Shell Pendant Lights
This spacious kitchen blends industrial ceiling exposure with contemporary touches, like the gray and white marble countertops and sleek brown cabinets. Funky coconut shell pendant lights hang above the white marble kitchen island, which includes glossy black black stools that allow for casual dining.
This dining room covers all ends of the brown spectrum. A classic dining set is surrounded by bamboo and a decorative sculpture, creating a nice blend of modernity and tradition. Giant leaning floor mirrors are a nice addition to accentuate warm track lighting and make the room appear larger.
A common trick of the trade is to juxtapose modern shapes with more classic ones — which is what Dallas-based designer Elaine Williamson did when she chose these mod, Jonathan Adler fixtures to counterbalance the elegant sophistication of a bathroom's carrera marble countertops. The mirror works as a mix between the two styles — mod with sophisticated lines.
Inspired by the farm and landscape, rustic wood paneling is used on the top half of the walls in this guest house's media room. The lower half of the wall is painted a cool gray, blending perfectly with a comfortable sectional. The Union Jack symbol and colors add a touch of English love to the space.
Brown and black-striped wallpaper gives dramatic flair to this workspace, especially when paired with the open shelves full of interesting accessories and artifacts. Positioned directly in front of the window, the desk takes full advantage of the view.
Inspired by local parks and landscapes, this eclectic home office uses a mixture of natural colors and textures. A reclaimed wood accent wall anchors the comfortable rolled-arm sofa, while a weathered wood table is used as a simple desk. A grassy green dresser adds a touch of bold yet earthy color to the space.
The counter in this eclectic powder room is a unique epoxy-coated finish topped off by a piece of natural granite. The floors are a rustic wood-like tile, both practical and perfect for the treehouse-theme of the home.
Brown Home Office with Hanging Globe Lamp, Zebra-print Rug and Asian Posters
Midcentury modern elements and graphic Asian posters bring an unexpected twist to this small, eclectic home office. Together with earth tones on the walls and floors, the zebra-print rug adds a natural feel to the room.
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.
Bold Orange and Gray Boys' Bedroom With Rustic Reclaimed Wood Wall
This eclectic boys bedroom features two twin beds positioned against a rustic reclaimed wood paneled wall. Orange and gray bed linens dress the beds, while black and whir zebra print pillows add a fun touch. A framed insect print and glass sconce hangs above each of the beds.
Light Fixture Made From Gold Casts of Designer's Arms Illuminates Gallery
Designed to be a feast for the senses, the Gallery at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 features a tufted velvet bench, hand-painted wallpaper on the ceiling, a table made from reclaimed white oak beams and a light fixture anchored to the ceiling by gold casts of designer Lizette Marie Bruckstein's own arms.
Kips Bay Decorator Show House NYC: Villalobos Desio
"We wanted to create a luxurious gentleman's cabinet where one could retreat to escape from the bustle of modern day life," say designers Alberto Villalobos and Mercedes Desio. The herringbone-patterned floor is leather, as are the wall panels. The lighting is inspired by chiaroscuro.