This living room is filled with fabrics that are as practical as they are lovely to look at. The blue armchairs are upholstered in Crypton velvet. The ottoman is leather. And the rug is a custom-cut square of durable carpet.
A painting by artist Erin Gregory set the color palette for this family room. The blue sofa table was custom-made to fit behind the oversized sofa (164" wide!) and helps visually delineate the family room from the adjacent kitchen.
As seen on HGTV's Sarah's House, this family bathroom offers ample storage space thanks to a set of antique dressers converted into vanities. Topped with marble counters and timeless fixtures, the restored vanities blend seamlessly with new, custom-made mirrors.
Doctor's orders prevented the design team from using any wallpaper, paint or materials that contained high levels VOC. That means in places like this entryway, they turned to a painter who trained in Paris to create custom treatments. By layering an antique dresser and vintage art against the blue-and-white backdrop, the designers made the space feel carefully curated.
This custom-made sofa is 13' x 13', so an average-sized coffee table would be too small. Hexagonal end tables were the clever solution; they can be arranged in any number of ways, making them flexible and oh-so-functional. Art over sofa: Urban Outfitters (Kimberly Dhollander- Dreamy Art Houses Print)
A family of seven needs a lot of space, so to make the most of this kitchen's square footage, a custom island was designed around their dining table. With a banquette (made of easy-to-clean vinyl!) the family now had a spot to hang out and grab a snack or casual meal. Range: Wolf; Range hood: Sub Zero; Integrated fridge and freezer: Sub Zero; Lantern pendants: Entwined Oval Driftwood by Shades of Light; Countertops: Fantasy Brown by Arizona Tile
A designer found this heavily carved wood bed and created custom multi-layer window treatments. Wall paint, Benjamin Moore Wythe Blue, gives the room a regal feel and the custom-made trunk at the bottom of the bed was made to fit bed pillows for a tidy appearance.
The open concept living room was intended to echo the nearby Gulf waters with the décor, custom art installations, lighting and finishes designed to glisten and glimmer like the ocean. The columns feature custom-made tiles inspired by the waves.
The homeowners wanted a quiet place to read and listen to music. The serene blue-green walls do the trick nicely, combined with a custom-made chaise lounge with antique Indian carvings, an antique Moroccan wedding shawl and other Mediterranean textiles.
A breakfast bench, which was custom-made for the corner to create a cozy nook for the family, is not only functional in size, but it's also a stylish seating option — especially when adorned with fun patterned pillows.
Sitting behind a taupe velvet sofa in this living room is a starburst mirror collage positioned on a navy accent wall. Designer SuzAnn Kletzien also reupholstered an egg chair in a navy velvet fabric and had a custom ottoman made with a removable tray in the center. Glass doors provide access to the condo's balcony area.