The tray ceiling is painted the focal color and is offset by soft gold walls and antique white trim. Schumacher silk plaid draperies and the custom-designed bedding repeat the hues in contrasting patterns for extra textural interest.
Use recurring patterns and materials for a cohesive style throughout the kitchen. Designer Diane Foreman, of Neil Kelly Company used a mix of stainless steel and colored tiles for the backsplash of this 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Competition winning kitchen. The tile echoes the stainless steel in the sink and cooktop, and Foreman repeated a circular pattern throughout the room, a technique she says adds professional flair to the space.
Colored glass tiles arranged randomly rather than in a pattern add to the contemporary look of this industrial kitchen. The small island with accompanying modern red barstools is the perfect size for coffee for two.
Glass shelving creates an elegant storage system in this contemporary dining room. French doors swing open to transition the dining room into the living room revealing a white sofa and traditional floor lamp. The white, monochromatic color scheme and chic style create a seamless transition between rooms. Natural light highlights the light look giving the whole space a fresh finish.
Terra cotta-colored glass tiles line the inside of this enclosed shower, which features a marble bench and ornate antique looking hardware. Built-in shelving provides room for soap and a small green vase filled with pink flowers.
For this barbeque countertop, designer Scott Cohen of The Green Scene had it hand-seeded with a variety of colored glass. The countertop comes alive at night when fiber-optic cables attached to glass pieces throughout create a glittering, glowing effect.
A series of patterned green pillows pop against the gray sofa and wall color. Glass lamps on slim gold end tables and a glass-topped coffee table allow the furniture to take center stage in this space. A patterned green and white chair complements the green accent pillows.
A bight red, orange and yellow stained glass figure hangs above this sitting room for a bold, eye catching conversation piece. Below it the dark color scheme of the room creates a soothing, lounge environment, a nice contrast to the bright connected room. Black leather chairs with diamond pattern finish face into a coffee table with a full bar set up on the wall behind them.
A gray sofa and dark hardwood floor add some depth to the light and airy look of this living room. Antler accessories, a geometric light fixture and a mixture of wall art add intriguing lines to the design. A neutral cabinet and simple white end tables work to create a clean, midcentury modern look.