Copper Midcentury Modern Desk Creates Bold Statement
A vintage, painted copper, midcentury modern desk anchors a small niche in the master bedroom and provides a spot to display collected objects. The coppery hue of the desk balances the warm wooden tones sprinkled throughout the space, and the artwork adds a modern edge to the design.
Cool slate grays anchor this kitchen by Susan Diana Harris, ASID, while brighter greens steal the show both indoors and out. The walls are painted Behr's Fresh Grass (color #426), and the ceiling is Benjamin Moore's Pale Vista (2029-60). The windows (not shown) were left unobstructed to allow for views of the leafy garden outside. If your own kitchen is graced with garden views, remember that your choice of plantings will affect the color experience when you are indoors.
With a stunning ocean view, this modern rooftop terrace is a wonderful place to kick back and relax. The aluminum that covers a large portion of the home's exterior carries up to the terrace, forming a railing around the space.
This living room features a modern white fireplace with mint green tiles and fun mantel decor, including a canvas photo and red-orange lamp. A built-in bookshelf to the left of the fireplace provides space for storing books and other decorative items. A yellow diamond-print area rug adds a finishing touch.
Green Kitchen With Wall-Mounted Reclaimed Wood Table
A clever wall-mounted table made of reclaimed wood creates a bar-height dining space for four in this stylish small kitchen. When not in use, the powder-coated celery green barstools can be stacked and tucked beneath it.
Muted walls with vibrant orange accents and geometric patterns make the kids’ bedroom not only fun but sophisticated and ideal for all ages. “I think it has universal appeal because it is very cute and childlike in a boy’s room, but I think this also works well as a guest room for adults,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.