Contemporary wall sconces cast a warm, soothing glow in this spa bathroom. A standing chrome faucet curves elegantly over the sleek freestanding bathtub for a decadently relaxing soaking experience. Two frosted glass windows open up to let in natural light and fresh air.
A combination of colors, styles and textures create a fun, eclectic vibe in this living room. A contemporary red floor lamp curves over the modern blue, low-back sofa. Matching black leather chairs feature nailhead trim. A brick wall is a great textural contrast to the smooth neutral wall around the windows.
A circular sofa follows the curve of the wall in this living room to create a harmonious flow within the space. Oversized windows allow natural light to saturate the all-white room for a bright, clean atmosphere. A bold orange egg chair adds a splash of color.
A built-in banquette lines the wall and curves with the room in the natural light cascading in from the row of large windows. A mix of throw pillows adds color and pattern details to the stylish neutral palette. Gray tufted chairs with patterned backs surround the remainder of the dark wood dining table.
By tucking the curved freestanding tub into a corner by the window, designer Joan Suzio was able to capture space for the walk-in shower. A niche recessed in the wall is a tidy spot to place shampoos and soaps to keep them off the floor or bench. Although a curbless shower with zero threshold was desired, the curb helps keep water off the bathroom floor.
Rust-colored walls bring a cozy vibe to this Colorado bath, part of a luxury ski cabin in Avon. Neutral tile covers the floor and shower, while a curving tub takes advantage of the light and views from a large picture window. A furniture-style vanity adds to the homeyness.
The magic in this nursery comes from the whimsical accents and rich textures. A unique mirror mimics the curves of the paisley wall treatment, while the fabric chosen for the pillows and window seat dares you to sit a spell. A ceramic rose blooming on the lamp is a feminine touch.
This design features a long curving hall that sweeps through the house. The result is a deep focus space with an unimpeded view from the front door across the entire house and out to the back garden. This continuous space dramatically enhances the circulation of natural ventilation and light. Clerestory windows throughout the house significantly lower the need for artificial light, adding to the house’s sustainability. Cutouts in the wall house simple decoration for added color.