Designed to encourage joyful play, this expansive play space is packed with fun features that will lift the spirits of all who enter it. The crisp white walls boast a Swiss cross pattern and are trimmed in black to highlight the architectural details of the room. The highlights of the space are the expansive stretch of cushions topped with colorful throw pillows and ceiling-hung rope swings.
Rather than use wallpaper to achieve a patterned effect in this San Diego tea and juice bar, designer Corrine Maggio hired a graffiti artist to paint a black-and-charcoal design and tag the wall with the bar's name.
In the hallway, Ginger filled woven baskets and wood crates with found objects like pine cones, wooden beads and black packages to connect the design in this space to that in her living room. Then, she hung a Chrstmas banner and set out a Christmas pillow to complete the vision.
Throughout her space, designer Ginger Curtis puts a modern, black and white twist on traditional Christmas decorations. Using her home's contrasting black and white color palette as a base line for her design, Ginger added white stockings monogrammed with her family's initials and other Christmas decorations like the Christmas wreath and the Cypress tree in the corner of the living room instead of a traditional Christmas tree.
A traditional black dining table is surrounded with contemporary lucite chairs in this eye-catching dining room. A midcentury modern buffet provides storage, and a fun bubble chandelier completes the eclectic space.
Designer Tara Benet designed this room to highlight its biggest asset: the view. A shag rug in this contemporary urban living area keeps the space from feeling too cold. In the background, a pair of fur chairs repeat the textural note.
If your bathroom has a high contrast color scheme, find artistic lotion and soap bottles that reflect that. The accessories to the right of the sink are shiny and almost sculptural, adding a chiseled brilliance to the sleek lines of this bathroom, a 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Design Competition winner, designed by Laurie Haefele of Haefele Design.
Pale pink brings the perfect sweet look to this girl's bedroom, but black details bring an unexpected pop of accent to the design. The wood shingle theme is tied in with scalloped awnings in the same style, bringing visual balance to the room.
This contemporary family room is full of visual interest thanks to a custom mural of Minnesota-born singer Bob Dylan. With its bold black-and-white design, the piece pairs well with the black marble fireplace.