Wisps of vines and blooms decorate the walls of the foyer, taking the traditional architecture of the home in a fresh, contemporary direction. The wallpaper's color also picks up the warm tones of the hardwood floor.
This unique penthouse includes the three top floors of its building and houses four bedrooms, three bathrooms and multiple living areas. Here, wrought-iron railings give graceful flourish to the staircase.
A simple enough foyer takes on zippy personality with a pair of zebra-stripe stools. The white rug is a nice complement nearby, a graphic pattern to match the stools' punch but in a single color so as not to be too busy.
Bold orange and teal accents brighten this transitional living room, drawing attention to the two neutral sofas. Three rectangular wooden wall sculptures add unexpected texture to the creamy white walls, while the mixed patterns of the rug and upholstered chair create a relaxed, yet stylish look.
A wrought iron stairway lets the second floor have access to this outside patio and entertaining area. Several small table and chair sets were chosen instead of one large one offering greater flexibility.
It's amazing what a little color can do! Climb to the top of this home's stairs and you're welcomed by a rug with a rainbow array of hues and a handsome navy blue cabinet. Sunshine yellow walls beckon from a nearby bedroom.