Dark hardwood floors ground the entry and hallway. To create visual interest, the hardwood is laid in a herringbone pattern that changes to straight lines down the hall. Textured gray carpeting lines the staircase, while a chic light fixture adds a contemporary note.
Artistic Artwork and Textured Walls and Floor in Foyer
Upon entering the home, guests can see that the family loves modern art. The architecture of the home itself is an art form, with decorative arches that allow guests to see directly into the living room from the foyer. The floor and walls add texture to the space with their patterns and colors, while the family's sculptures are placed in sight for the family's and their guests' viewing pleasure.
Two pillows and a textured throw in warm brown tones decorate the dark wood church pew in this entryway. Overlooking the living room, a collection of candles line the half wall to add ambient lighting to the warm space.
This inviting foyer features a black metal spiral staircase with matching railing and wood stair treads. A glass hexagon chandelier is positioned above a round mirrored glass table with potted flowers. A black dyed cowhide rug finishes off the look of the space.
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.
This home's main entrance is a vision of a serene, tonal, textural dream home. The unique and modern globe pendant lights are the focal point of this high-ceilinged space; the fixtures juxtapose the rustic stone walls to create a room both comfortable and inspirational.
The beautifully crafted ﬂoating walnut wall tiles evoke blooming ﬂowers throughout the entryway and stairs. To add a statement-making touch, the panels are backlit. Plus, a concealed door leads to to the master bath. With the door shut the wall appears seamless, but when opened it provides access to the magniﬁcent lotus mosaic shower.
The original plain white metal staircase is completely redesigned by encasing them in the same walnut used for the feature wall. Floor-to-ceiling copper poles are used an unexpected handrail, and an indoor swing hangs at the base of the stairwell for a playful touch.