A pair of Asian-inspired floral wall panels flank a tufted headboard in this red bedroom. A wood coffee table keeps a low profile at the foot of the bed displaying books and collectibles. A matching set of tables serve as nightstands on each side of the bed.
The upholstered headboard and floating wall muffles the sounds of the busy street traffic. A panel on the headboard opens to offer storage for the bolster at night. Tansu Chests used as nightstands adds storage and dimension to the design.
This dainty metal tin is a beautiful way to decorate dorm room counter space while creating a storage space for small trinkets and jewelry. The rich green coloring pops against the white wall and light wood table.
This dazzling, decorative doorway displays bold colors and pattern grabbing the attention against a white wall. Inner doors open to reveal a shaped doorframe, while a latch can be unhooked for a larger outer door option making this set up both useful and enjoyable. Upper panels match the warm design allowing this doorway to double as art.
You can see the attention to detail every step of the way in Mary DeWalt's design for this master bedroom. Especially noteworthy is the vibrant turquoise color juxtaposed against the soft gray walls, white bedding and other accessories for a strong pop of color in the room. The beautiful landscape art and mirrored wall panel behind the bed project an aura of serenity into the space.
The back of a floating wall and headboard offers storage for books, media and personal accessories in this neutral bedroom. Asian-style shoji screens on sliding door panels conceal items for a cleaner look.
The floating vanity in this Asian-style bathroom matches the warm wood walls, ensuring there's no visual break within the space. Frosted light panels offer a soft, warm glow, and a vessel sink completes the Zen look.
A striped floor leads to the highlight of this patio design featuring a 3D designed copper wall. Birch trees weave through the protruding panels of the wall integrating the design with the garden. A row of lush succulents lines the wall with landscape lighting shining up and reflecting off the metal finish.
Walls encase this patio sitting room, but the sunlight streams in from above. Arched panels protruding from the wall give a unique, 3D finish behind a row of small succulents adding natural color to the space. The patio floor is striped powder blue and white under a collection of black patio furniture with white cushions. A single orange throw pillow adds a touch of color and compliments the hue of the retaining walls.
White walls and an elevated hardwood floor panel give this bathroom a clean and airy atmosphere. Frosted glass over the windows keeps the look light while making the space private. Glass walls surround the shower with built in storage cubby decorated with blue and gray tile. A white tub fits the Asian look for a stylish soaking option.
The wall paneling in this exotic basement space is Hawaiian ohia wood, which gives the space the look of either midcentury modern or Asian design. The earthy tones of the contemporary sectional sofa and leather chair and the global-inspired prints of the ottoman and side table create a chic space for the homeowner who loves to entertain.
A hardwood section elevates the free standing bathtub and shower areas. Glass walls enclosing the shower and frosted glass over the windows keep the room open and light. A pastel blue wall panel adds a hushed touch of color. Cabinetry repeats the hardwood finish opposite the bathing floor.
Maintaining a mantra of "go big or go home," Antonio Ballatore, former HGTV Design Star contestant and host of HGTV's The Antonio Project, takes ordinary rooms and makes them wow-worthy. Case in point: this Japanese-inspired master bedroom that features a 3D painted wall mural and a three-panel Asian screen design. The peaceful blue wall color and grass-cloth wallpaper with Japanese waves bring a beach theme to the space. The bed has drawers underneath for extra storage.
For this Asian inspired home, designers wanted to create a space that was open, inviting and connected. To create that feeling between the upper and lower floors, a glass paneled balcony wall was installed to allow light and eyesight to pass between floors. To keep the space bright and open, a skylight was put in place in the ceiling, adding a warm ambience to the home's two spaces.