As the name shows, one of Cast Shadows' properties is a fascination with the play of light in a space. Here a pared back design and subtle color help highlight other Cast Shadows elements: tile work and a light fixture that focus on graphic metalwork and grids.
With walls of windows and vaulted ceilings, this living room makes broad use of light and shadow. The result is a space that's visually interesting from morning to night, with minimal decor to distract from the natural beauty of the water.
To create a department store look, simply add a few large, unwrapped gifts around the Christmas tree. The juxtaposition of boxes with freestanding items, such as this tricycle, creates a nice mix. To bring holiday flair to your unwrapped items, stick with a simple bow tied around the top, or add a few strands of ribbon along the sides.
With an abundance of windows offering ample natural light, the corner of this kid's bedroom is a dedicated work and play space. A world map accent wall adds a fun pop of color and interest to the room.
Designer Beth Martin sought to evoke thoughts about light and space in the powder room at the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. The mirror on the back wall bounces light throughout the intimate space while reflecting the "watchful eye" painted on the ceiling.
One wall in this living room is lined with a mahogany-stained entertainment center that features a large television. Display cases filled with knick knacks, bottles of liquor and statues are accented with cabinet display lighting for a decorative touch in the room.
Most of this riverfront home's spaces display light, soothing colors as the wall color, but the dining room adds drama with its dark navy blue walls. Black wood chairs with blue and white cushions surround the oval dining table, with two neutral upholstered chairs in the corners for additional seating.