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.
Talk about exotic refinement. This master suite from Mathews Furniture + Design demonstrates the very cutting edge trend for blending feminine, jewel-tone details like this purple-accented Oriental rug and amethyst bowl with cheeky exotic touches like the ceramic elephant table, leopard pillows and Jungalow-worthy white palm accent to really rev up the drama.
The bottom of the wading pool gets an incredible mosaic tile design with jewel-rich colors. The exotic setting, inspired by Versace's mansion, is continued via columns, more mosaic designs and palm trees.
A trio of panels by de Gournay, which creates hand-painted wallpaper and fabrics, evoke the exquisite and exotic nature of feathers into a master bedroom designed by Tristan Harstan in a Southeastern Designer Showhouse.
Ana Donahue designed this home office with exotic artifacts, distressed furniture, and richly patterned wallpaper and an upholstered chair. A mix of oranges and grays give this eclectic room a fun, funky feeling.
Rich woods, paper lantern chandelier, bamboo plants and exotic artifacts root this dining space in Asian design. A distressed red credenza adds a bold pop of color along with an adjacent bright red vase.
Elements from nature and exotic travels lend integrity and interest to any design scheme. Source these elements by traveling the world to find collectibles for your space, or scour design stores where the global theme is big.
Exotic wood paneling and cabinets give major design pizzazz to this modern kitchen. The zigzag of the wood's grain brings a sense of movement to the space and the coffee color warms up the stainless steel accents.
A staircase made of matte black wrought iron and exotic ipe wood brings a bit of an industrial feel to the home in a historic Atlanta neighborhood. The covered two-story outdoor porch was designed by Eric and Jenny Rothman of Rothman + Rothman Design.
This elegant dining room is designed to showcase this homeowner's priceless collections. From an exotic art collection to antique fine china, the white walls in this home shines the spotlight on these elegant collector's pieces.