Wood paneled walls surround a cozy nook with a built-in bench. Small pink pillows bring out the color of a painting hanging on the wall. Brown mosaic tiled floors look lovely paired with the wood paneling.
Gold hardware and fixtures add a touch of glam to the clean white tiled shower with a glass door. Penny round tile is used as the shower and bathroom flooring, bringing a classic note to the space. Abstract art adds a touch of color.
Peek in the mirror of this small bathroom and get a glimpse of the abstract shower tile in grays, blues and white. They served as the jumping off point for the room's tone and palette. Tile: Floor and Decor Tenafly, NJ; Mirror: Uttermost; Sconce lighting: Jonathan Adler; Accessories: Pigeon and Poodle
Black-and-white tile laid in a harlequin pattern creates striking contrast underfoot. Wainscoting brings a traditional element to the space, while abstract art and sleek sconces nod to the contemporary.
The eclectic dining room with its rustic gray dining table, leather chairs and abstract rug is centered on the neutral tile fireplace. Gold light fixtures, including the contemporary chandelier and chic sconces, add metallic glam to the space.
This elegant foyer features white marble tile floors in a herringbone pattern and a simple bench under an abstract wall painting. The white walls allow the wide crown molding and arched doorways to take center stage.
White walls are interrupted only by an accent wall of subtly striated tile behind the fireplace of this contemporary living room. In one corner of the space, a dramatic spiral staircase offers fun and functional access to the second floor. On another wall, a round, colorful painting depicts an abstracted aerial view of the city. Transitional furnishings are neutral, letting the artwork shine.
Pattern mixing is a designer's trick for bringing motion and depth into a space. From the overscaled, lattice-like shape of the FLOR tiles to the diamond stripes of the duvet cover to the geometric print of the throw pillows, pattern is used to draw the eye up from the ground, onto the bed and up to the abstract art.