The Clarke and Clarke patterns—on the throw, the crib sheet, the pillows—are what take this neutral nursery in a decidedly chic direction. They're bold and sophisticated and, mixed together, so much fun!
The client works from home from time to time and wanted a place where she could have total privacy. A beautiful desk and tailored chair were design musts. The metallic Clarke and Clarke wallpaper brought it all together.
A delicate shade like Millennial Pink lends itself beautifully to fabrics of all types, but it looks especially modern on style like Clarke & Clarke’s “Biarritz,” a linen/viscose mix with a matte look and a soft, laid-back hand that’s suitable for both drapery and upholstery.
As seen on HGTVâ€™s Love It Or List It Too, Designer Jillian Harris took was what once a dark and oversized master bedroom and turned it into a warm and cozy space. Jillian extended the tiny ensuite into the bedroom and created two much need walk-in closets. The paint color (upper wall) is Behr Breezeway, MQ3-21 and the color on bead board (lower wall) is Behr Ultra White, 1850. The night tables are custom from Shilo Living and the wallpaper on the drawers is from Crown Wall covering Clarke and Clarke Clarisse, in color Duck Egg. The crystal handles on night table by Berenson hardware. The bed is custom Queen sized bed in fabric Robson Silver by Van Gogh. The chair is the Janet Chair in fabric Utopia Oyster by Van Gogh. The storage ottoman at foot of bed is completely custom, as is the monogrammed initial pillows; both were made by Window Works.
In this living space from designer Elizabeth P. Clarke, aream leather chair is accented with a red pillow in front of a glass hallway. Tips from the designer: Lighting is a fabulous way to create a focal point, and pillows or throw blankets on a sofa can transform a bland couch into a centerpiece of a room.
An Asian-style console and table art adds a burst of brilliant color in this living room from designer Elizabeth P. Clarke. According to the designer, "Art and accessories are a very delicate step. They are going to be your most important complement in the design of any space. Having a good selection of art and accessories is almost as important as the entire project itself."
Two white pillar candles in matching hurricane glasses and other well-chosen accessories help dress up the mantel in this transitional living room from designer Elizabeth P. Clarke. Tips from the designer: The fireplace is one of the most striking features in a room and should be a focal point. The mantel is a great place to accessorize. Small groupings of artwork can be added above the mantel for some punch, and smaller accessories on the mantel help tie in the fireplace with the art. Lighting and candles are another fabulous way to create visual focal points.
A pine wood dresser with yellow tones and simple round drawer-pulls is flattered by warm incandescent lamp light in this bedroom from designer Elizabeth P. Clarke. Tips from the designer: For a phenomenal lighting effect, incorporate beautiful table lamps into your bedroom design. Illuminating your space in this way produces a rich level of sophistication and ambiance. It is the room's overall splash of light.
An iron mirror with filigree pattern fills the wall space entering into this vibrant bedroom. A sconce light flanks the mirror to give added visual interest and bring more color to the space with a burnt orange candle.
A small wood buffet table with two doors that open is used to display an orange and red plate and four pillar candles. Designer tip: Resist the urge to cover every square inch of wall space in your room. Too much wall decor can be visually overwhelming.