The only bedroom in the condo that Aubrey and Bristol Marunde renovated together, includes the same elegant wallpaper from the living room fireplace and a gold light fixture that has 72 flower petals on it, as seen on Flip or Flop Vegas.
The new vanity in the only bathroom in the little condo that Aubrey and Bristol Marunde renovated together, the vanity colors came in wrong but ended up looking like it was ment to be as seen on Flip or Flop Vegas
The designers for this condo, located in the Back Bay of Boston, renovated the kitchen, dining, living area and bathroom, updating the space while still maintaining the beautiful original details. Here, the kitchen opens up from the living room, featuring tailored lines and streamlined efficiency.
The only bedroom in the condo that Aubrey and Bristol Marunde renovated together, including the same elegant wallpaper from the living room fireplace and a gold light fixture that has 72 flower petals on it, as seen on Flip or Flop Vegas.
A wall of glass opens this beachfront condo to the balcony beyond, providing unfettered access to the stunning ocean view. Inside, exposed concrete and clean-lined, Mid-Century-inspired furnishings mix with soft, luxurious accessories, giving the home an elegant, yet relaxing vibe.
This newly-married tech couple from the South Bay enlisted Interior Design Fair’s help to transform their San Francisco condo into a comfortable urban getaway. They combine his love of soothing, modern lines with her love of vibrant hues and playful textiles.
Neutral hues and clean, contemporary lines easily define the entry of this condo in San Francisco. Identical slipper chairs on either side of the console table not only balance the room, but also give the owners a spot to remove shoes and jackets.
The living space in this open-plan condo allows for effortless movement between kitchen, living room and dining space. The gray upholstered sectional sofa and brown leather ottoman coffee table are offset by a pattered blue and white rug, blue accessories and metallic accents.
Stepping inside this condo in Cambridge, Mass., reveals an array of colors and patterns as cheerful as their homeowners. A plush sectional invites the couple to rest after a long day, while thoughtfully-placed furniture leaves plenty of room for their wheelchairs.
"Existing in this condo was this strange alcove adjacent to the dining room," said designer Debbie Perez. "Knowing our clients love eclectic, reclaimed and funky things, we designed a custom dry bar to look like it was made from salvaged metal and old drawer pulls."
This custom-made partition featuring mullioned windows promotes views and illumination while visually separating the foyer and the kitchen. It helps compartmentalize this beach condo, maximize ocean views and transmit light into interior spaces.
This small condo living space keeps it neutral, but mixes in plenty of metallic tones to keep it vibrant. From the painted ceiling to the patterned area rug, this space plays with warm gold tones and textures as seen on the sofa, window treatments and bar chairs.
The entry of Chris' condo is a mash-up of classic menswear and midcentury modern styles. A black, silver and gold pinstripe wallpaper from Graham & Brown covers the walls while a brass helix-style chandelier purchased for $200 from a flea market lights the space.
The walls of this modern, gothic dining room are covered in raw steel, contrasting with neo-Baroque acrylic chairs by Acrila and a dramatic polycarbonite fixture by Zaha Hadid. This contrast of materials creates layers of depth in a high-rise condo that's filled with natural light.