A spacious double vanity sprayed in a high gloss shade of aqua and a walk-in shower with an integrated seat are two of the main components of this reimagined guest bathroom. “The upstairs bathroom before had no natural light and felt like a cave,” says project manager Dan Faires.
In past lives she has been a home decor editor eyeing the latest design trends, a fashion editor perusing the scene at New York Fashion Week, and even at the helm of assisting Oprah in curating her favorite things. There is no doubt that stylist, editor and creative director, Kelley Carter knows style, and she brings an abundance of it to her home in Brooklyn, New York. Her small railroad style apartment has benefited from Kelley’s creative mind. A mix of vibrant textiles, customized pieces and rare art make this Brooklyn apartment a stunning space full of well-curated design ideas.
The eclectic game room layers on the texture for a plush vintage vibe. An animal skin rug is layered on top of a sisal and patterned rug and the fur ottoman and balloon chair amp up the cozy feel of a room you just want to hang out in.
Using composite decking in a warm hue provides a calm and subtle foundation for this year-round outdoor living space. From bright sunny days to torrential rains, this all-weather decking looks stylish and modern no matter what the forecast calls for.
The last step of the renovation was turning an old porch into a family room. It took some work, but the end result is another of the designer’s favorite spaces. “I adore the vaulted ceiling, the beams, and the see-through fireplace. It came out exactly how I wanted it to.” Filled with her signature style, it’s easily one of the most comfortable rooms in the home. “I feel like it has personality without being eccentric or quirky, and elegant without feeling stiff and formal,” Erin muses about her home. “I love that it feels polished but comfortable and says a lot about who we are as a family.”
Costume designer Ruth Carter told Wired magazine that there is a subtle pyramid motif in T'Challa's bodysuit design that was inspired by a pyramid pattern from Mali. Boseman and Lupita Nyong'o as T'Challa's love interest Nakia star in the highly anticipated Marvel Studios action film Black Panther.
On the design floor, there is a seventeen foot island used for presentations, layout design and storage that bisects the space. On either side of the island, there are three designer work spaces. These individual work spaces were created with bent cold rolled steel, providing a sturdy, yet still attractive, place for designers to work.