Against the far wall, a glossy blue sideboard showcases family photographs and a few chinoiserie accents. Two pieces of abstract art hang directly above and pull the sitting room's various colors together.
Though defined by white walls and hardwood floors, this entryway doesn't shy away from color. A large canvas with red, white and blue lines enlivens the space, while a couple of chinoiserie jars bring in a timeless pattern.
A built-in bookcase and gorgeous gray armchair ensure that this corner of the master bedroom is as elegant as it is comfortable. Because so much of the space is defined by neutral walls, the chinoiserie jars add interest without being too distracting.
On the other side of the family room, a plush pink armchair cozies up next to a built-in bookshelf, creating a colorful reading corner. A golden floor lamp sits within easy reach and casts a warm glow across the space at night.
A soft palette of sage and parchment were used in this Living room with tailored but comfortable furniture to draw guests in. Mirrors, unexpected art and antiques provide unique accents to enhance the space. The oversized rectangular room was divided into two seating areas. Custom drapes in a subtle floral pattern flanking the French Doors and large windows are carried throughout the room to provide cohesiveness. Two custom sisal rugs are positioned in each sitting area to define the space.
This pretty bathroom features a mix of modern, traditional and eclectic design elements. Textured tile in a diamond pattern surrounds the tub and shower. Modern cabinetry, hardware and lighting blends with traditional artwork and accessories for a touch of whimsy.
This whimsical sitting room is full of interest thanks to layers of antiques and artwork. By keeping the accents within the same general color palette -- bright red, green and pops of blue -- the designers ensured that the various patterns would look cohesive.
A touch of Asian style in this transitional dining room gives it a one-of-a-kind look. The metallic CR Currin console table divides the dining area from the entryway, making them feel like two separate rooms within the open space.
The large windows bring lots of natural light inside and include grids painted black, which pop against the white walls. The windows are covered in floor-to-ceiling floral drapes in a graphite/dark gray color.