A mix of antique and contemporary decor creates interest in this powder room. A gallery wall of antique doorknobs makes quite the statement beside the toilet, while above the toilet, swimming fishes in a simple black frame bring a calming vibe to the transitional design.
The homeowners wanted a relaxing place to return after a hard day's work, so the designers created a space that incorporated elements of Zen and relaxation-a rarity twenty six fee above the hustle and bustle of the entertainment capital of the world. The cherry finished ladder in the space adds shelving for spa essentials. Those essentials are combined with vintage Asian accessories to give the space an underwater vibe. To compliment that design, a school of 180 ceramic, gold-leafed koi fish were installed as a one-of-a-kind, three dimensional art piece.
A whitewashed farmhouse table adds a bit of rustic chic to the clean white space. Mixing modern chairs in a soft pink with a masculine concrete and wood bench adds an eclectic accent that still feels streamlined.
In this living room, taupe walls and furniture serve as a neutral palette on which to layer striking artwork and accents like the overhead light fixture. Purple pillows are a welcome shot of color on the chairs.
In the open concept design, the hardwood floors and white and wood design scheme help visually connect the kitchen and dining room. On the wall near the dining table, a school of fish are a whimsical nod to the home's beach location.
A brilliant shade of turquoise tops the floating vanity in this powder room. Sea inspired glass art in the same shade of turquoise decorates the countertop and the open cabinets below. Colorful abstract art covers the sparkling gray walls for an extra splash of color to the palette.
In this open concept space, the first section is home to a dining area whose rustic, wooden top table brings a relaxed vibe to the space. On the other side, a living area with wicker and metal furniture gives the space a beach feel, while the modern luxury of a television rests on a geometric shelf in the back of the space. Each of these spaces give the family a variety of ways to enjoy their space and the perfect, open area for entertaining.
This modern living space is chock full of unique sculptures, art and design items. Turquoise fish on the wall bring a nautical flair, as does the driftwood in the corner. The sunburst-like metal wall hanging also echoes the great outdoors.
Attached to the mudroom, this powder room is the main bathroom for guests. The walls are covered in the same beach-y shade of gray-green used in the mudroom, with a custom piece of art by David Bromstad that depicts a large silhouette of a fish.
Neutral tile floors and beige walls are awakened by the brilliant color accents in this foyer. Built-in fish tanks sit on either side of the black door, bringing life to the space. Vibrant green and blue mosaic tile columns are a bright pop in the open area, and a hanging glass panel displays colorful glass art for a stunning finishing touch.
A tucked-away niche in the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014, Dad's Honey Hole is designer Sunny K. Merry's nod to the private bar of days gone by. Inspired by a veteran of foreign walls, the room includes wallpaper depicting pin-up girls, an Art Deco-era mirror from Paris and a Japanese puffer fish pendant light.
A giant fish tank makes a stunning focal point, where the grand rear terrace steps down onto an expansive lawn. Not only does it provide a useful transition for the grade change, but it also bridges the home’s interior with the outdoors. The lit tank, with its hand-painted tiles and colorful koi, provides a whimsical dash to an otherwise muted landscape — and nods to the homeowner’s impressive collection of '60s Pop Art inside.