Designed for a mature teenager, this bedroom appeals to all ages. The space is light and bright thanks to pale periwinkle walls and airy curtains. Midcentury modern pieces are mixed with eclectic accessories for a fresh-faced elegance.
A plush neutral sofa and timeless armchairs face a contemporary natural wood coffee table with nailhead trim. A white buffet beneath the mounted television provides concealed storage. Bright green throw pillows and coffee table vases give a fresh pop of color to the elegant design.
This master bath was completely recreated by designer Troy Beasley. The tub is the focal point with a soft oval shape that is reflected in the curved back wall. Colorful yellow tiles were applied to the tub face and all the way up the back wall for a vibrant, fresh look. Designer tip: Go bold with single color in small tiles for a huge impact.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson transformed this once dated wet bar into a chic focal point with extra seating and lots of storage. She replaced the bar's old, tile siding with sleek neutral wood and added a fresh coat of white paint to the existing brick face. A limestone countertop finishes off the contemporary look and matches the limestone fireplace surround a few feet away.
Where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean is lined with gated resorts, each more beautiful than the next. But there is something special about JW Marriott Los Cabos which manages to balance intimacy and glamor with its iconic design by Jim Olson from Olson Kundig in collaboration with Mexico City-based design firm IDEA Asociados. Built to blur the line between inside and out especially in its striking open-air lobby and six swimming pools, and to embrace the local land, sky and incredible desert foliage of Los Cabos, the resort debuted in 2015 but feels timeless. The design of the 229 guest rooms and suites blends seamlessly with the landscape and features remarkable sight lines that often end in a striking piece of contemporary art. Rooms are spacious and contemporary in feel and integrate works by Mexican artisans. There is a beautiful spa on site that offers an ancient temazcal sweat-lodge experience as well as award-winning Chef Thierry Blouet's renowned Cafe des Artistes though for my money, the incredible breakfast buffet featuring both Mexican treats (like fresh guacamole and made-to-order quesadillas with an array of local fillings) and European pastries was worth the stay alone.