This transitional blue master bedroom utilizes a lot of layers to create a one-of-a-kind look. Plush fabrics paired with worn woods give the room a cozy feel while a simple fireplace acts as a focal point.
Reclaimed knotty pine forms a herringbone pattern on this family room floor for added interest in the small space. A bright yellow banquette grabs the eye and provides a nice contrast to the dark blue walls.
Flagstones in various sizes and shapes creates an authentic, English countryside-esque exterior on a contemporary style home. Black paned windows line up symmetrically across the back of the house to let in afternoon light.
A sleek and simple wood plank patio transitions seamlessly from indoor to outdoor living thanks to five sets of French doors along the lower level. The dark bottom pool looks moody and modern against a concrete tile deck.
This residence is in the heart of the Garden District in New Orleans. This style is very characteristic of the city with additional design features added in for a hint of surprise. Walking down the street, this residence stands out with grandeur and beauty.
After white and natural wood, gray is the most popular finish for kitchen cabinets, but this is one trendy color that’s not at risk of going out of style. “Muted colors are soothing and easy to live with, and a signature of my work,” says designer Angela Free. “This home is located in the foggy San Francisco Marina district and the neutral yet rich palette allows for a seamless flow between the indoors and outdoors.”