This deck mixes contemporary and global pieces for a look that stylish and unique: a brown sectional, relaxed, rust-colored lounge chair, a Frank Gehry Twist cube, sculpted planters and throw pillows with tribal-inspired fabrics.
The design intention of this outdoor living space was to create unity between the indoors and outdoors. The Mediterranean colors of the pillow fabrics, shutters and planters - burnt orange, green and various shades of blue - add to the design's vibrant, yet relaxing vibe.
This monochromatic guest bedroom features a couch, draperies, bed linens and chair in solid white fabrics that provide a soothing, spa-like look and feel. The taupe and green area rug and the green planter serve as the sole colors against the walls' soft cream backdrop.
This elegant, Midcentury Modern dining room flawlessly blends textures, patterns and materials to create a perfect execution of the Midcentury style. The clean lines of the modern table, buffet and chairs are softened by the velour fabric that covers the dining chairs, while the roughness of the wicker rope rug and planter adds texture to the space. These elements combine to give this space an elegant, Midcentury Modern look.
For Kerrick, this home is filled with memories. As a child, when it was a second home for him, and this entryway would be the first thing he’d see coming into the house and the last thing he’d encounter as he left. Now, with TaLaya’s help, the couple has brought new life to the small space. Light gray paint gives the entry an airy and relaxing feel, while a floating credenza adds storage as well as style. The entryway also serves as the starting point for the home’s love affair with African fabrics and patterns, a story told several times throughout the house. The drapes and rug are both designed in the Malian bogolanfini or mud cloth tradition, while the planter displays an ikat pattern similar to those seen in Indonesia or along the Ivory Coast.