Layers of textures, from the wallpaper to the chair fabric, sideboard face and pillows, create an organic feel and an experience of depth. The Maxwell solid walnut cabinet is a statement sideboard adding warmth to the room's cool tone look.
Looking for the perfect piece of abstract art to hang above your sofa, but can't find exactly what you want?
Create the art yourself with a bold-colored acrylic paint and a six-foot-by-four-foot canvas.
To further encourage their clients' creativity, the Turnstyle team installed different stations for art supplies and other materials along the far wall. Meanwhile, custom artwork adds a splash of color to the walls, though each piece is covered with Plexiglass to withstand the elements.
This tufted bench is a gorgeous accent for the head of this dining room table. Velvet fabric and a rich color adds depth to the smooth, neutral surroundings. An abstract painting decorating the wall compliments the chair color and adds specks of additional hues.
Turn any table or floor surface at your party into a mess-proof art station. To do this, you’ll need a roll of craft paper, mini art canvases, acrylic paint, plastic cups filled with water and small paint brushes.
A double sided fireplace peers into the master bedroom sitting area, featuring a lovely mint green sofa, unique marble-topped coffee table and canvas art in blues and greens that mimics the ocean view.
Large canvas art is custom designed to reflect the nursery's color palette and painted with a sweet little quote at the bottom. Delicate patterned bedding and pillows add texture to the contemporary, light wood crib.
This eclectic home office shows its style with color. The chartreuse desk, white chair and floral canvas art ground the room against the more muted taupe and gray walls. The result is an organized space with lots of design flair
A great space for the kids to cuddle up and read, this playroom is light and bright thanks to the stark white walls and nearby window. A plaid sofa, nature-inspired area rug and canvas art add rusticity to the contemporary design.
With an interest in street art, designer Cecilie Starin turned to surfer and muralist Ian Ross, whose designs are inspired by kelp, for the eye-catching wallcovering in "Street Soiree," the dining room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. Ross spray painted 17 yards of canvas for the wallcovering, which is complemented by black lacquered paint and a black-and-white striped ceiling.
The clean, simple design of this modern bathroom creates a timeless look. A beautiful pebble tile backsplash adds texture to the smooth finishes in the space and provides a splash of neutral color. The mirror reflects canvas art and graphic towels for additional color and pattern.