Textured wall panels create a cool focal wall in this contemporary New Jersey living room. The bold silver and red color scheme is punctuated by a red velvet, channel-back club chair with dramatic lines.
Soft, ethereal patterns adorn the walls and bed of this teen girl's bedroom. Modern pendant lights provide task lighting for the retro-modern bedside tables. A channel-back upholstered headboard has a velvety texture that adds luxury and softness to the space.
Created by J. Cohler Mason Design for a family who loves to entertain at home, this room is glam but livable. “I wanted to give [it] some touches of glam without going over the top,” explains Jennifer. The textured walls (by Benjamin Moore) and a yellow channeled back sofa bring her vision to life.
Custom hand-carved stone statues add an artistic element to this outdoor space with swimming pool. A decorative concrete staining technique using acid chemical stains tints the concrete plinths and nearby fire bowls to match the look of the aged statue fountains. Black iridescent glass with charcoal gray grout surrounds the spa that spills into channels and back to pool.
Water plays a pivotal role in the landscape design of this Wyoming home. The ponds around the front of the barn are channeled into a sluiceway reminiscent of irrigation canals to be deposited into a natural-appearing body of water. The water is then recycled back to the front pond or allowed to seep back into the water table from whence it came.
The landscape design of this Wyoming home utilizes water as the primary component in the form of a series of ponds that thread their way through the site and house floor plan. A body of water surrounds the spa and is confined on all sides by man-made edges. It is channeled into a sluiceway, reminiscent of irrigation canals, to flow around the house and recycled back to the front pond.