With the location of the home office next to the main entry hall, designer Courtney Blaymore opted to include a custom designed wall partition in order to create an element of privacy. Just beyond the screen, two white office chairs are positioned in front of a white desk with a gray accent wall.
A screen made from framed 19th-century engravings conceals the TV when not in use. A root wood bowl sits on a walnut console table, and an upholstered ottoman holds a bowl of Moroccan amber beads and river stones from the Indus River for an organic, natural feel.
A custom floor-to-ceiling screen with a geometric pattern camouflages the nearby stairway and creates a more intimate setting for this living room. A soft peach wall color, a bold floral rug and colorful accent pillows add lively contrast to the simple white sofa.
A 1920s fireplace mantel is the true showpiece of this living room and features a custom-designed fire screen. Gold in the screen is echoed in the glass coffee table and accessories throughout the space.
A custom-made screen divides this open concept master bathroom that features a gorgeous stone tub and a tailored chandelier. The interplay of different natural materials gives the space texture and dimension.
The custom-made bed swing on this Atlanta back porch beckons people to read, chat and nap among the natural surroundings. The swing is one of the homeowners' favorite elements of their outdoor living space.
Custom laser-cut aluminum screens, hand-carved Spanish cedar doors, custom stone mosaics and special finishes are woven throughout the kitchen. Sleek, modern faucets on double sinks provide a streamlined look set off against espresso-colored cabinetry.
Moroccan details inspired the custom laser-cut aluminum screens, hand-carved Spanish cedar doors, custom stone mosaics and special finishes, which are woven through the interior of this Murray Hill townhouse in New York City. These details capture the essence of the Moroccan influence while still maintaining the modern visual and spatial language.
Frame a small patio nicely with a lattice grill screen, which designers have custom made, but can be a DIY project. This screen project uses 4x4-foot posts to serve as an outdoor wall, define patio space and help hide plastic storage bins.
A custom mirrored focal wall houses a built-in ultra-thin flat-screen television in this contemporary bedroom. The mirrored wall plays up the soft neutral color palette in the room, making the space feel fresh and airy.