Light from an unusual branch-like chandelier reflects in a wall of mirror panels to illuminate this contemporary master sitting room designed by Zoe Hsu of Z Dimensions Interior Design at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2013.
This home is all about a unique use of materials, clearly seen in the range of textures in this dining room. On a grand scale you see the varying use of metal, leather and wood, but little details like the shattered glass hiding in the dining room table are what make the space unique.
This nursery skillfully mixes charming, kid-friendly pieces (a cute-as-can-be bear basket) with more sophisticated ones (that branch chandelier) for an overall look that can easily grow with the room's owner.
The neutral palette of this contemporary dining room becomes the ideal foil for the homeowner's colorful artwork, which pops off the gray and white walls. An imaginative tree branch chandelier sparkles above the table.
A bold wallpaper in a smaller room can sometimes make the space feel more intimate. In this dining room, a graphic blue-and-white pattern jazzes up the wall above the wainscoting and is a dynamic pairing with the white tree branch chandelier.
This soft, dreamy bedroom pairs together a neutral color palette with vintage decor, like the candelabra chandelier and the traditional gold mirror above the bed. Neutral wallpaper with a tree branch design covers the wall behind the upholstered headboard.
This light and bright dining room features a craftsman style table and chairs paired with an exposed beam ceiling. A pair of French doors allows natural light to flood the space, while a tree branch chandelier provides a whimsical touch. A natural woven area rug completes the look of the space.
A European-style chandelier and sconces provide soft lighting in this cozy dining space. The dark wood dining table and black china cabinet add sophisticated contrast to the neutral wall color and curtains, and a silver tree branch candelabra accentuates the rustic elegance of the space.
A lady’s lounge by Amy Morris for a Southeastern Designer Showhouse brings in rust and gold hues that keep the space feminine yet approachable. The gold leaf branch chandelier and bench in yellow gold in front of the settee adds an edgy visual appeal to the soft design. Other furniture in the room includes a dining arm chair with a green seat.