A palette of vivid colors, fanciful patterns, and rustic details define this 6,000-square-foot mountain ski home in Park City, Utah. In this study, crocodile wallcovering hangs behind a turquoise sofa, while animal hides and nailhead trim bring in further eclectic detail.
This two-toned wall treatment gives the room an elevated look that will easily grow with its young residents. For now, though, it makes a fun backdrop for lions, tigers and other animal friends, as well as a daybed and matching ottoman.
A tall shelf adds both storage and display space to the nursery; toys and books on the lower shelves are within easy reach of little hands while more fragile items are kept up top. Striped bins are an attractive way to corral a zoo of stuffed animals.
One of the goals in the attic-turned-playroom design was to create overflow sleeping space. The solution: these imaginative built-in bunk beds. Papering the back wall in black-and-white wallpaper with little city scenes adds graphic punch and a fun visual surprise.
A painted, antiqued mirror is just one among several reflective surfaces in this glamorous home office. Below the mirror rests one of a pair of crocodile skin chairs outlined in gleaming chrome. The small round accent table continues the theme.
Full of Hollywood glam, this dressing area features a crocodile-clad vanity with a mirrored top and inlays, as well as an intricate, curvy mirror. A black tufted leather stool with silver legs makes for the perfect spot to get ready.
An oversized mural composed of a 19th century arboretum etching serves as the backdrop to the gentleman's lounge at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. The room, meant to appeal to a well-traveled man, includes a jet-engine pendant light and faux crocodile textured wallpaper.