Neutral, light colors make this master bedroom feel calm and fresh. Bed and night tables: Bernhardt; Custom mill work: AWWSI; Fabrics: Robert Allen; Seating: Lee Industries; White grasscloth wall covering: Seabrook; Lighting: Arteriors
Cool white linens and walls not only lighten this master bedroom, but also keep the room nice and neutral for its owners. A chrome canopy bed frame from Bernhardt adds dimension to the space, while a photograph evokes thoughts of calming ocean waves.
This space was the perfect blank canvas on which to layer interesting textures, patterns and accessories. The designer kept the fabrics and colors cool so they wouldn't overwhelm the artwork's bright colors. Furniture: Bernhardt and Hallmark; Rug: Missoni; Lamps: Global Views; Paint: Benjamin Moore
Though most of this Atlanta living room is treated with layers of neutral gray tones and white, the use of blue grasscloth behind the custom-built shelves creates a pop of color and adds extra depth to the design. Comfortable Bernhardt chairs featuring well-tailored upholstery is arranged to promote conversation.
This breakfast area is a cheerful mix of patterns: Bernhardt dining chairs with a graphic back and nailhead trim surround a round Coddington-designed walnut table. A silver leaf iron pendant, roman shades and a Moroccan-print accent rug complete the space. The artwork in the adjoining living room is by Monika Steiner.
In the redesign of this 3000-square foot family home, the main living areas were connected in an open concept layout, including the removal of ornate molding and built-in shelving units. Nature-inspired furnishings by Baker, Holly Hunt, Ralph Lauren Home and Bernhardt set a relaxing tone in the new spaces.
The couple went for an everyday dining space with supercharged style, and even afternoon snacks feel special. They did a built-in banquette with dark blue cushions, pillows with punchy patterns, and a gorgeous bone-inlay table by Bernhardt. The chandelier has gooseneck-style arms reminiscent of a curved lamppost — extra charm!
“Now that I see how good the built-ins look, I can’t believe I ever wanted to get rid of them,” says Cristina. To be fair, they were a drab yellowish cream color. Paint freshened them up, especially doing the backs in black — which also helps camouflage the TV. The furniture is a refreshing mix, with a leather sofa by CR Laine, nonmatching armchairs (the green one is by Bernhardt and the caned one is by Selamat) and layered rugs.