Stone Double Fireplace in Contemporary Master Bedroom
A double-sided stacked stone fireplace is a stunning focal point in the center of this elegant master bedroom. Comfortable chairs sit on one side for a cozy seating area, while a platform bed is situated between picturesque windows with beautiful views.
The bedroom in this small apartment also makes very good use of its space. A slender dresser has been placed just under the window, and a bedside table has been hung from the ceiling to create space beneath it.
This loft space from designer Kirsten Holmstedt serves a multi-functional purpose as both a workspace and lounge. A masculine color palette paired with furniture that is robust enough for everyday use is modern and fresh. The sideboard buffet has extra storage to keep away clutter while also storing office equipment. Pouf ottomans were incorporated to create a place for sitting and lounging while catching up on sports. The addition of can lights throughout the room and an updated light fixture gives the space a fresh modern feel and acts as a cool focal point when coming upstairs.
Wainscoting and custom built-in bookshelves surround a bright front window in this elegant sitting room. Above the wainscoting a fun but subtle wallpaper adds a touch of green color. Comfy accent chairs make the space inviting. A pendant fixture gives the room some extra character.
Wainscoting and custom built-in bookshelves surround a bright front window in this elegant sitting room. A bench under the window adds extra seating and character. Above the wainscoting a fun but subtle wallpaper adds a touch of green color.
To update this bedroom, designer Kirsten Holmstedt added a subtle wallpaper with a fun contemporary design. Pops of color are found in accent pieces, while bedding, curtains and rugs were kept neutral to allow for future updates. A vintage rug breaks up some of the contemporary feel in the room, while providing warmth and coziness.
Bright Victorian Home Stairway with Asian-inspired Wallpaper
The coral Ogden wallpaper by Thibaut has an iron gate pattern that designer Keita Turner says is reminiscent of elegant gates at the entrance of formal gardens and referenced the Brooklyn, N.Y., home’s Victorian roots.
Modern Nursery with Copper and Blue Sea Wallpaper and White Crib
The flowing copper illustration of fish and other deep sea creatures appealed to designer Keita Turner's clients in Brooklyn, N.Y., for their son’s nursery because of the pattern’s fun, whimsical and modern style. The Underwater World wallpaper is by Pattern People and from Hygge & West.
Remodeled Open Concept Living Space With Exposed Beam Vaulted Ceilings
Re-pitching the roof line created the opportunity to create a much more dramatic space with vaulted ceilings, exposed beams and lots more natural light. The living space also features new hardwood floors and an oversized chandelier.
Gold accents bring a little sparkle to this dramatically black master bathroom. The double vanity features deep vessel sinks and face the large, walk-in glass shower. For a true spa experience, the bathtub area is designed with floor-to-ceiling marble.
Rough-hewn wood and rich, dark walls turn this cozy corner reading nook into a showpiece. Wood beams reflect the character of the historic farmhouse, which underwent a top-to-bottom renovation that opened up the space and turned its formerly small, dark rooms into a livable and family-friendly country home.
If cooler fall weather also means hosting weekend guests, swap out lightweight summer bedding for heavier linens in rich fall shades, like pumpkin, russet or gold, as design diva Candice Olsen did here. Changing just a few key pieces is an easy way to refresh a bedroom's look, plus your guests will appreciate bunking in such a well-appointed and cozy room.