Photo By: Phillip Ennis (Design by David Collins Studio)
Photo By: Ben Gebo
Playroom Features Barre and Mirror for Ballet Practice
A barre and mirror in the corner of the Twins' Music and Play Room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 offer a spot for ballet practice. Fun photos and artwork inspire activity, play and creativity in the youngest members of the household.
Wheel Cart Repurposed Into Bright, Accessible Mini Bar Set Up
This simple cart frame is easily accessible, space conscious and can be easily maneuvered for indoor or outdoor use. A coat of bright blue paint brings it to life and creates a fun and contemporary bar cart. A potted plant and decorative pitcher add the perfect finishing touches.
Featuring hand-screened Chiyogami wallpaper in deep lapis and gold, this eclectic blue foyer shines even in low lighting. Down below, ruby-red sconces and benches add dramatic pops of color to the black and white floor.
From the moment you step in the front door, designer Kristina Wolf played up the home's dominant Craftsman features. White interior columns and wide molding stand out against the powdery blue walls in the foyer.
The suede wallcovering in the Twins' Music and Play Room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 offers soundproofing for music rehearsal. The closet space is painted a bold orange that matches the art table on the other side of the room, adding the youthful hints of color that help the room come alive.
A light gray stone wall provides a stunning backdrop for a distressed blue console table. Colorful abstract art hangs above the table, which is accessorized with weathered topiaries and candlesticks. Worn pottery sits below the tabletop decor to complement the brightly colored wall art.
Why travel to the kitchen for a cocktail when this lovely, living room bar cart is within reach? Jackson Paige Interiors created this niche within a doorway of the living room that functions well for a quick pick-me-up after a long day at the office. The luminosity of the glassware, light fixtures and other amenities against the darker teal wall confer a sophisticated edge.
A modular system that includes both open and closed storage solutions can bring order to a messy play space or child’s bedroom. Low, wide drawers are handy for medium-to-large toys, while a bench with cubbies underneath is perfect for storing stuffed animals or extra pillows.
This hallway is nothing short of intriguing. Rich blue cabinetry extend up the walls and border intricate mirror paneling. Red sconces and maroon chairs bring in a surprise color and contrast with the striped flooring. Above, unique lighting fixtures brighten the way.