A stainless steel surgical table found at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014 provides a sleek foundation for a modern bar. Topped with vintage bar accessories and bold art prints, the design is uncomplicated and smooth – just like your drink of choice.
Although the kitchen is tight on space, personality was still incorporated into the design wherever possible. The artwork, hanging on the wall above the bar area table, adds not only a true focal point to the kitchen but also a touch of bold color to the otherwise earthy neutral space.
Bold art prints pop against the white walls of this modern sitting space. The simple design allows the eyes to be drawn first to the art rather than the room. A black leather bench sits below the hung artwork nearing a wood accent wall with red lit squares displayed. A minimalist, three-footed wood chair sits alone in the open floor space.
After getting the slab-style dining table through the door, Tiffany paired it with bright, mismatched chairs, seen on HGTV Stars. The coordinated gallery wall features pop art prints designed by Palm Springs artists.
A gold frame shines around a southwestern art print over this decorative set up. A matching figurine brings the art work to life in a three-tiered display. Textured wood pedestals are a beautiful contrast to the smooth gray backdrop
Opposite the mirror vignette, a gallery wall of framed art, including prints from Georgia O’Keeffe alongside some of Matthew’s photography work, sits above a beautiful vintage credenza. As a DIY moment, Amy added brass knobs to the honey wood credenza. Changing the knobs is one of her favorite secrets for transforming vintage pieces for a modern space.