This downtown high-rise features a foyer with navy, hand-painted giraffe print wallpaper and a cream cowhide rug. Modern lighting and a velvet chartreuse bench add even more over-the-top luxury to the space.
With an antique cabinet, white-washed table and two cowhide chairs, this dining room is traditional with a charming, country twist. A small chandelier brightens the space for dinner, drinks and conversation.
The formal dining room uses texture to add visual interest to the neutral palette, a pale gray. The room has wide panels on all four walls. Underneath the table, an cowhide rug layers atop a natural fiber one for a rustic pop.
A small sectional and red leather armchair are all that's needed to provide a cozy seating area in this minimalist living room. A cowhide rug anchors the space while bringing warmth to the laminate flooring and white walls.
Designer Susan Brunstrum enlarged and framed important family photographs and hung them on a wall in her client's home. She hung a full length mirror on the opposite wall and placed two cowhide stools between the photos and the mirror to complete the look.
A mix of vintage and new furnishings with midcentury lines make for an inviting, minimalist dining area in the open plan space.
The Danish wood chairs were a flea market find with dismal pad fabric. Seeing past the dirty florals to the fine sculptural lines, designer Natalie Myers and her team snatched them up. Four new pads with blue pads were made and the chairs look like a million bucks.