This is an incredibly well designed bathroom and laundry room from Movable Roots! The placement of the mirror creates an optical illusion that doubles the depth of the space. It’s hard to believe that all this function fits into one tiny house. All necessities are accounted for and cleverly surrounded by a host of white finishes that echo the clean and fresh space.
A cobalt blue door sets a cheerful tone for this single family home in Edgartown, Mass., inviting visitors to step right inside the foyer. Here, a geometric chandelier brightens the space and calls attention to the skylights and soaring ceilings.
To re-create the look of the costly lithographs for just $50, Designer Sabrina Soto used decoupage medium to attach ribbon to foam boards, then popped her artwork into ready-made frames. A machine-made rug cost only $850 and Design assistant Chris added doors and drawers to an unfinished bookcase to replicate the look of the high-end room's desk for only $300, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project.
Nothing says summer quite like a mandevilla vine. A native of the tropics, this stunner is hardy only in the warmest climes (Zones 9 -11) so they perform best as a container plant that can be overwintered indoors.
A bachelor's request for a dark and dramatic dining room that is streamlined yet traditional and marries masculine and feminine results in this ode-to-blue space with an East Coast aesthetic. Deep cobalt blue walls, elegantly upholstered dining chairs, dark wood floors and a richly lacquered table and console are made exciting by the addition of ivory draperies, host chairs and china in a glamorous play on the time-honored pairing.
In this smaller dining room, the owners of the Sacred Pepper wanted the space to feel like a private and intimate dining space, while still feeling connected enough to accommodate larger parties. To keep the organic feel going throughout the spaces, designers incorporated Pecky Cypress on the ceiling and the cobalt blue rug tie the main dining room and the private room together.
The owners of the Sacred Pepper wanted a dining room that was inspired by their travels, Old Florida and organic elements found in nature, so designers started with a neutral color palette and accented it with cobalt blue to give the space a sand and sea feel. The details in the space, such as the artwork that hangs from the ceiling and the pendant lights over each table, are reminiscent of coral, adding the organic element to this elegant seascape.
The bar area in the Sacred Pepper is meant to be inviting to all-whether they are watching a sports game, having some light appetizers or enjoying a drink. The bar is topped with an elegant stone agate that blends nicely with the colors and tone of the main dining room, while the deep cobalt wall behind the bar makes this space a little more funky. To complete this area of the restaurant, another custom made fixture from Portugal is suspended over the bar.
The windows above the area allows the natural light to flow in, while the bar details have gorgeous cobalt blue details that accentuate the agate stone bar top. To keep the design consistent throughout the restaurant, designers continued the Pecky Cypress wood on the ceiling and highlighted the cobalt blue throughout the space.