The dining room glimmers with light reflected in a mirrored screen propped in the corner of the room. The eighteenth century Portuguese side table, decorative bust and faux paint lend a Mediterranean vibe to the space.
This nursery's pale yellow crib adds to the room's transitional vibe and really pops against the non-traditional black chalkboard walls. The whimsical arrangement of numbers and animal busts gives the room a playful, easygoing feel.
A vintage wood buffet serves as a credenza in this soft blue living room, providing stylish storage space. A concrete bust, sculptural horse lamp and oil painting adorn the credenza, lending traditional style to the space.
An eclectic hallway provides a transition from this contemporary home's kitchen to its outdoor space. French doors welcome in light, needed to counteract the darkness of the black wood floors. Quirky touches include the taxidermy busts and blue pendant lights.
Welcoming guests with bold bursts of style gives them a great dose of your design personality. Large Nefertiti busts, an Art Deco table and a big hunk of coral are statement pieces that will interest and engage almost any visitor.
An eclectic living area features a built-in bookcase with a vast, colorful book collection. The bust on the floor and textile on the wall ties in the cultural story going on throughout the owner's design.
To really evoke thoughts of Palm Springs, Calif., designer Michelle Gage layered the living room with hanging plants, vines and various types of cacti. These decorate the bookshelf, too, which proudly displays a bust of Elvis, a flamingo statue and a record collection.
Much like the Museum of Modern Art, this New York living room feels effortlessly curated, with a Greco-Roman bust and pop art-inspired wallpaper driving the design. A midcentury modern armchair invites the homeowner to sit and reflect in his private gallery.
An open plan kitchen and dining room has great flow for Gregg's frequent cocktail parties. Displayed on the kitchen island is one of Gregg's seashell busts. The bookshelves in the distance feature a charming display of favorite thank you notes: the ultimate preppy design moment.
The home's rich hardwood floors easily flow into the master suite, where a plush bed encourages rest after a long day of working. Greco-Roman busts, framed sketches and other artwork lines the walls, keeping the designer's favorite items close.