Photo By: Lila Delman Real Estate, a member of Luxury Portfolio International
Photo By: Eric Rorer
A Well-Designed Entrance
Through French doors, and you enter the bedroom. The off-black wall color continues. A similar shade is Wrought Iron from Aphrochic Interior Paint. Inside the bedroom is another built-in designed by Kelley. A shelving unit divides the home office from the bed. The shelving offers an abundance of storage for Kelley’s collected pieces. Below, drawers have been installed as additional storage for clothing and accessories.
With yards of garland and fairy lights, the foyer of this Atlanta home becomes a visual treat at Christmastime. Cream-colored ornaments and ribbons complete the display and echo the neutral tones in the stone flooring.
Though her clients downsized to a smaller home near their children's school, designer Robin LaMonte managed to give the family a formal entry using a beautiful wood sideboard and a chic chandelier. Two watercolor paintings add subtle color to the walls, while Daisy the dog waits to greet visitors.
Southwestern Wet Bar With Animal Hide Wallcovering
This Southwestern-style bar showcases hair-on-hide panels as wallcovering and floating glass shelves suspended by threaded rebar rods with bolts to support the glass. The cowhides are arranged diagonally to create additional visual interest where they meet in the middle of the wall.
Foyer Features Unique Glass Door, Patterned Concrete Floor
The glow of the chandelier through the transparent pivoting door leads guests into the spacious Foyer. The sawcut concrete pattern in the entry sets the tone for the bespoke features showcased throughout this North Scottsdale, Arizona, home.
Kid art all over the walls, a loft and a slide (yes!) fill this playroom with whimsical energy. The loft also maximizes use of the space as beneath it, there's enough room for a play kitchen and storage.
Pegboards are great tools for organizing because they take a mishmash of items and turn them into one unified display. Think outside the garage and use pegboards inside the house in unique spaces – like a mini-home gym in front of your exercise equipment.
Transitional Basement Bar With Built-In Wine Storage
The basement bar uses space that would otherwise be empty square footage. A custom bar aligns with the stair treads and is the same wood and finish as the steps. A dark charcoal wall is a complementary accent to the light gray paint. Glass subway tile adds a simple pattern to the space and open shelving keeps bottles organized and accessible.