A blue patterned wallpaper adorns the walls of the desk area in the Summit Art Studio. The space features a variety of patterns and textures. A drawing desk features storage space to keep art supplies.
For comfort and visual appeal, designer Anissa Swanzy layered the space with a variety of accent pillows. Although each piece features its own texture or pattern, a common color palette helps them fit together.
Resting inches above the water's surface is a bronze sculpture titled 'Devorah' by Venice Beach artist, Guy Dill. As it curves towards the sky, the piece draws even more attention to the cacti and mountains in the distance.
The far corner of this eat-in kitchen is set for casual dining with an antique oak trestle table. A wrought-iron chandelier offers subtle lighting and an open shelf displays antiques and favorite collections.
Designers wanted everything in this modern home to be connected, so they used glass throughout the design to create this synergy, drawing a line of sight from the front yard, into the home's interior and into the courtyard space.
The dining room was awkward and small, so designers covered the walls with a fun, gold malachite wallpaper and addd a linear chandelier to distract from the odd lines on the space and draw the eye to the center of the space. To bring in a bigger sense of richness, designers brought in bold purples to accent the gold wallpaper. At the entrance to the space, a surfboard and photography add a playful contrast to the formal, elegant dining space.
A moody color palette and industrial accents are used to echo the looks of New York City buildings in the master bathroom of an Atlanta townhome. A custom-made window overooking the living space below replaced an existing set of glass blocks. High-gloss subway tile reflect the stylish lighting. Wood-look tile alternates with black tile to create visual contrast.
Eye-popping cherry-red paint turns the contemporary wet bar in this art-filled home into a fun focal point. Along with storing stemware, shelves serve as display space for the homeowner’s collections of art and objects.
As seen on DIY Network's Rehab Addict, Nicole Curtis stripped and stained the white oak floor in the study, and painted the walls a neutral gray in order to draw attention to the original African mahogany wall panels, molding and ceiling beams.
Designer Ian Stallings channeled Stevie Nicks and her "White Witch" persona when creating the upstairs study at the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. A crystal ball and crow skulls rest upon the desk, while the colorful ceiling harkens to lyrics from Fleetwood Mac's "Gypsy" ..."To a room with some lace and paper flowers."