Different materials and texture give this house a special feel. Contemporary and some industrial touches in the interior make it really stand out in the neighborhood! The whole house is facing the interior courtyard giving privacy from the outside and integration between most of the rooms.
This contemporary entryway features a red accent wall that provides stark contrast against the otherwise white walls. A metal and glass console table gives the area a unique edge, while track lighting rounds out the overall look.
Dashes of mustard and plum pop against a neutral wall in this contemporary guest bedroom. Rustic wood on the bed frame feels calm and natural while abstract modern art pieces add funky style to this refreshing space.
Painting the home black and using charcoal as an accent color on the trim work gives this 1970’s home a modern facelift. The dark colors also highlight the windows and highlight the home’s striking angles and roofline.
Sometimes designers re-upholster a tabletop, to save money and get a certain texture. This table's design can be replicated by cutting a piece of wood, wrapping it in burlap and securing it to the top of the table, and lacquering it. “It gives you a great look that’s retro, but warm,” says Atlanta designer Michael Habachy.
This bright and airy master bathroom is a true retreat away from it all. A glass enclosed shower and two floating vanities allow the eye to flow through the space. The wow factor is a curtain of crystal-like beads used to create a waterfall accent wall around the window. Design by Candice Olson.