This bedroom is a fantasy world all its own. A mural of celestial horses running across an expanse of stars sets the stage for this room in both tone and color, constrained with the rough, natural tile of the floors. The room also plays with a mix of modern and traditional elements between the furniture and accessories, making this room feel more like an oasis.
Ochre’s crystal Seed Cloud chandelier hangs above an entry hall leading to a grand staircase in the 2017 Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Home for the Holidays Designer Showhouse. Designer Barbara Westbrook of Westbrook Interiors selected custom wallpaper by Area Environments through Jim Thompson for the dramatic space. Further on, the stair hall features oil on canvas and an antique walnut table.
Blue and white toile wallpaper in a pattern of birds in flight among intricate leaves and flowers projects a touch of Paris in this otherwise simply designed bathroom. Pure Interiors Design added a gold-framed mirror, brushed metal candle sconces and a glass vase of cut roses to further uplift the look.
In this dining room, guests are encouraged to look up! Because the view of the ceiling is prominent in the space, designers wallpapered it with a herringbone pattern that matches the rug. Harmony top to bottom!
Dark oak flooring anchors this kitchen and dining area's marriage of rustic and modern aesthetics: the kitchen's island and cabinets of barnwood and blue-painted fronts and the dining area's graphic designer wallpaper, traditional round pedestal table, and quartet of red acrylic chairs.
To create a unique, feminine space, designers added geometric wallpaper, incorporating the walls into the design of the apartment. The wallpaper adds the wow factor that the homeowner was looking for in her redesign.
The addition of a weathered wood desk adds to the functionality of this small laundry room space. The floral print of the roman shade and the modern trellis-designed wallpaper contrasts well with the desk to allow the sepia tones of artwork to make a prominent appearance.
After the renovations, their dining room now flows right into the large kitchen and features the original hardwood floor refinished, updated furnishings, a custom built white oak buffet table and a custom designed wallpaper wall that host Erin Napier hand drew and sent off to have the wallpaper created for the Walker residence.
Let shiplap stretch the appearance of a small bathroom. The chic wall treatment also doesn’t have to be relegated to a farmhouse or rustic-style space, either. In this powder room, Atlanta designer Michele Gratch painted the shiplap a brighter white to match the ornate mirror and graphic floral designer wallpaper in navy. The elegant crystal sconces with polished nickel arms look expensive but are affordable, for less than $80.