This home office is reminiscent of an African safari, with animal sculptures and natural textures throughout. Unique tiered storage boxes in a bright shade of red gives the room a splash of playfulness.
This mezzanine boasts art and artifacts from around the world: a trio of hanging lead globes originally from a pawn shop sign, a carved alabaster light sconce c. 1920 and carved African doors hung as a sculpture on the wall. A leather settee provides comfortable seating.
To highlight the bold and unique artifacts collected by the homeowner during his extensive travels, designers clothed this living space in a neutral white color palette. This color also helps to reflect the natural light let into the space by myriad windows, making the space feel large and bright. Bold reds and oranges are added to give the space pops of color, while complementing the colors of the land surrounding Horizon House.
This living room is a comfortable, open gathering space perfect for entertaining friends and displaying travel artifacts. A mod bookshelf houses some of these artifacts along with chic accessories, adding personality to the room.
Rich woods, paper lantern chandelier, bamboo plants and exotic artifacts root this dining space in Asian design. A distressed red credenza adds a bold pop of color along with an adjacent bright red vase.
Ana Donahue designed this home office with exotic artifacts, distressed furniture, and richly patterned wallpaper and an upholstered chair. A mix of oranges and grays give this eclectic room a fun, funky feeling.
Brown and black-striped wallpaper gives dramatic flair to this workspace, especially when paired with the open shelves full of interesting accessories and artifacts. Positioned directly in front of the window, the desk takes full advantage of the view.
This stylish dining room and adjacent kitchen are the end result of a custom contemporary renovation of the home, a 1970s bungalow. Handcrafted Middle Eastern pendant lights hang over the dining table, while artifacts from the region grace the table.
A long stretch of beautiful built-in open shelving allows personality to seep into the living room via the art and artifacts on display. The lines of the furniture mimic that of the apartment's architecture: clean, simple and fuss-free.
This masculine living room is filled with multiple patterns, textures and tone-on-tone colors. Loaded with plants, books and artifacts, the coffee table is a focal point that expresses the personality of the homeowner. Plants throughout the space add a splash of color.
This living room is a comfortable, open gathering space for the homeowner to entertain with friends and display her travel artifacts. The homeowner's existing silk sofa set the color palette for the space. Designer Amy May drew upon the inspiration to incorporate more color while keeping the space classic, comfortable and inviting.
Artifacts and accents collected from around the globe show the worldliness of the homeowner in the woman's office at the 2017 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. Designer Kari McIntosh selected St. Frank's Indigo Dots wallpaper and a sunburst mirror to create a rich design setting symbolizing the relationship between the heavens and Earth.