This whimsical playroom inspires creativity, learning, and playtime fun with a colorful wall mural, multiple work areas for drawing and crafting, a slide, and hanging chair. Creative storage makes organization and access to toys easy for both parent and kid.
A bold custom mural adorns the wall of this home office styled with a natural earth-tone color palette. Modern track lighting and no-nonsense furnishings give the space a functional, contemporary feel.
This tall staircase needed a visually striking wall, but one that wouldn't overwhelm the space. The answer? A custom mural made of wallpaper printed on sisal. Its cloud-like shapes bring elegance and movement to the room.
In this imaginative nursery, a custom mural inspired by Maurice Sendak's children's book, Where the Wild Things Are, makes a magical setting. Bright yellow curtains are a fun pairing, adding warmth and energy to the room's cool palette.
What better way to celebrate the room where the family comes together than with a custom mural of children dashing off hand-in-hand to the waves? A sectional makes sure there's always enough seating room to go around.
This nursery features a custom mural inspired by the children's classic tale, Where the Wild Things Area. To let the mural shine, designers kept the room's other elements quiet: a white crib, bed linens and rug. A mobile with sailboats recalls the boat Max steps into, off on his explorations.
This contemporary family room is full of visual interest thanks to a custom mural of Minnesota-born singer Bob Dylan. With its bold black-and-white design, the piece pairs well with the black marble fireplace.
In its original state, the inset areas around the dormers were a waste of space. To give these areas a true purpose, they were transformed into two separate homework nooks complete with custom floating desks. To create the custom desks, first 2X4 lumber and paint-grade plywood were both cut to size, mitered, attached with a nail gun, then sanded and painted.
As seen on season one of Sarah Sees Potential, chic turquoise dining chairs were picked to match an original wall mural Sarah had commissioned for this open plan kitchen, living and dining room. The art adds color and interest to the overall neutral space and serves as a focal point in the linear room design.
No luxury feature is spared in this incredible custom kitchen, right down to drawer and cabinet compartments lined with leather. Spot the carved lion's head above the custom mural, which depicts the homeowner's own house among vineyards. Rich oak cabinetry built in France covers side-by-side Sub-Zero refrigerators, four freezer drawers, and two dishwashers beside the apron sink. Flanking the mural are two pilasters where the homeowner hangs her kitchen towels and hides her dish soap. In the island is a second sink, a Kohler Pro Cook, which doubles as a pasta cooker. For the grand-kids, a flat-screen TV pulls down from above the cabinets.
This incredible kid's playroom is a delight for any age: a custom mural on the chalkboard wall features Dr. Seuss's classic words and cool London-inspired artwork. A red telephone booth and striped rug are sassy complements to the look.
"We wanted something that would be fun for the kids and spark their imagination," said interior designer Carrie Maniaci about this birch forest bedroom. Custom murals and materials make this room come alive while the custom built bunk bed really sets this space apart.
A wallcovering showcasing Southern plant and animal life is a dramatic design decision in a grand mirrored stairwell with a sunlight. Savage Interior Design completed the space for a Kips Bay Decorator Show House in New York City. MJ Atelier hand-applied plaster for the custom wallcovering. The black-and-white stairwell has a wrought iron railing and hardwood floors, while the landing has a dark sofa and nesting cocktail tables.