The narrow stripes of a hand woven stair runner echo the blue and white striped wallpaper, lending to a boathouse look in this hallway. Vibrant red doors and coordinating lampshade complete the all-American color palette.
Smooth slabs of limestone appear to float towards the home's main entrance, where two brick retaining walls frame a large, blue-painted orb. With clean lines, plants all around and a pop of color, this contemporary entry is a perfect look at what's to come next.
A blue wardrobe draws the eye to the back wall in this sunny bedroom. The distressed finish is a nice contrast to the more polished finishes in the room. A southwestern runner brings additional color to the room against the hardwood floor, white walls and light bed linens. Navy roman shades add a contrast to the white walls and decorate the windows.
White shiplap covers the ceiling and walls leading up the home's second level. The staircase features a sisal runner that stretches over the stairs and landing. A white railing topped with blue handrails completes the look.
Clean white paneled walls and a blue-and-white stair runner with a geometric print guide visitors to the second floor of this two-story home. A darker railing creates the perfect contrast to the lighter walls.
Marble floors are used throughout the home, bringing luxury to the space. Under the contemporary floating staircase is an unexpected water feature of clear blue water and pebble stones. Tropical plantings are integrated seamlessly into the home.
Clean white millwork stands out against the dark hardwood flooring, creating appealing contrast in this home's entry. A bold-striped area rug in white and blue add a pop of color to the space's neutral palette, while a brown carpet runner leads upstairs, softening the wood stairs.
The wide zig zags on this living room's shades leap out at the eye like another piece of artwork. Other details that could be overlooked, like the stair's angular trim, get to be part of the action too, thanks to their crisp contrast against white walls.
The designers of this contemporary home decided to use a glass railing for the stairs up to the second level and across the landing. This keeps the sightlines open all the way across the house, and makes the ceiling feel even higher.
This landing comes to life with large pieces of contemporary art and a coral-and-teal striped runner. As guests ascend the stairs, they'll also be able to admire the wall of windows, a gold chandelier and wood banister -- the last of which was lovingly restored.