Interior designer Cheryl Settino Mosher layered on print after print for her eclectic, global-inspired study in the 2017 Holiday House NYC. The ceiling is tented with the Lush Scene pattern from Robert Allen's Nomadic Color fabric collection, and the Miles sofa also is from Robert Allen. The orange painted trim is “Bittersweet Vine” from Benjamin Moore's Century line.
Neutral, light colors make this master bedroom feel calm and fresh. Bed and night tables: Bernhardt; Custom mill work: AWWSI; Fabrics: Robert Allen; Seating: Lee Industries; White grasscloth wall covering: Seabrook; Lighting: Arteriors
The ultimate relaxation escape can be found in the master bedroom where two chaises get their own reading lamps and throws. Curtains made with Robert Allen Duralee fabric are the dynamic background. Rug: Loloi
Pops of yellow in the form of books and abstract art bring warmth and color to this dining and living space. A glass coffee table doesn't compete with the wood buffet and dining table, virtually disappearing underneath stacks of books.
Glass panels on the staircases blend in seamlessly, becoming nearly invisible, and look less bulky than traditional railing. White walls and a white ceiling, as well as floor-to-ceiling windows, keep the room feeling airy and bright despite the bookshelf wall's hulking presence.
Light gray marble throughout this transitional bathroom creates a peaceful, spa-like vibe. A beautiful white vanity features a large mirror with mounted sconces and plenty of drawer space to keep the counters clutter-free.
A quaint corner sitting area behind the sofa is illuminated by the open window directly behind. Instead of leaving the space naked and functionless, putting a chair and some simple art on the wall lends some interest.