Elevated, built-in storage cabinets offer plenty of space for kids to store their art supplies and artwork in this modern art room. Multicolor stripes add fun color and pattern to some of the storage cabinets, and there's ample room to create art at the kid's table nearby.
More is more in this eclectic living room with a focus on art and curated collections. The design includes saturated colors from the wall art to the throw pillows on the sofa tucked between neutral modern shelves, with dark green patterned arm chairs perfectly paired with a large foundational coffee table.
This space is all about creating an imaginative, fun and plush space for the kids to dream. The art room by extension was all about the same interactive touch and feel aspect. Creating a space for the kids to create was the base of the vision.
Rainbow colors sing out from the walls in this cathedral-like sitting room, all the more so because of the room's pale palette. Several sets of French doors instantly connect the space to the outdoors.
A beautiful, large scale print of the ocean hangs above a comfy neutral sofa in this coastal living room. The sofa is lined with patterned accent pillows that pull in the natural blue colors of the artwork.
A lovely unframed painting of a bouquet of flowers echoes the actual bouquet on this dressing room's vanity. Choosing not to frame art is a great way to save money and gives your room a fresh, modern look.
Using a tinted paint primer first will help you master the perfect red walls. The open design and spacious feel of this room allows it to handle a bold wall color. Blue chairs create a classic color combination while white and black elements pop against the crimson background.
Inspired by his client's custom pop art collection, designer Joe Human packed this modern apartment with bold prints and patterns. In the living room, polka dot wallpaper enlivens the space without competing with the vibrant artwork.
A 17-foot mohair sofa anchors this elegant, Art Deco-inspired formal living room. The length of the sofa allows for two separate conversational areas facing it, each grouped around its own mirrored coffee table.
It's only fitting that a Hollywood home have a theater for screening films. Velvet curtains, ornate sconces and sixteen seats give the space a hint of glamour that feels true to the Art Deco time period.
Bold color defines this dining room within an open concept layout. An attention-grabbing painting in bright red fills the wall behind the dining table. The strong shade is picked up by the table linens and accessories.