Marine blues and turquoise and geometric patterns pop in an Alabama living room with mid-century touches. Atlanta designer Perry Walter brought in round objects, like the side table, and animal accessories, like the turquoise cockatoo statue.
Tranquility Pools brought a "Miami chic" feel to this New Jersey outdoor space. The stone of the pool house is connected to the stone in the pool fireplace and contrasts with the tile. The project was a 2015 Association of Pool and Spa Professionals International Awards of Excellence winner.
An expanse of wenge wood plays with the recesses in the drywall to create a voluminous and open airy space with grand geometric elements. Eye-catching pendant lights, hung at assorted heights to create a mobile-like chandelier, are prominent centerpieces hung over assorted seating, from sofas and chairs to a long, leather bench around a chic glass coffee table, ideal for casual conversation or quiet reflection in this peaceful living environment.
Breakfast gets a cozy, stylish upgrade in this breakfast nook that mixes farmhouse charm (plank board walls, a built-in banquette) and graphic, modern elements (the blue patterned upholstery) for its aesthetic.
From the cubic pattern on the floor to the sharp line of the chair rail, this Brooklyn bathroom is a study in crisp geometry. The clean black-and-white color palette is uninterrupted, and traditional elements like the footed, furniture-style vanity and subway tile walls keep the area grounded.
An oversized, contemporary dining room chandelier features the same straight, modern planes as the surrounding architecture of this hillside house. A natural wood ceiling and rustic wood wall treatment provide organic elements that connect the interiors to the rugged outdoor landscape. Avocado chairs with clean, modern lines provide a pop of color in the mostly neutral dining space.
The screen in this midcentury modern living room rests at the bottom of the stairs and was used in place of a railing. It mimics a piece of furniture and the square design adds an interesting textural element to the area. Design by Guy and Karen Vidal, owners Design Vidal, Silver Lake, California.
This bright white conference room features sleek, polished surfaces and geometric shapes for a stylish, modern look. An organized shelf display boasts an array of shapes and bright pops of color adds interest to the monochromatic space. Thriving green plants bring a natural element into the space.
Don't think of beige as boring — think of it as a blank canvas. Look for geometric rugs in bright colors to punch up your bland carpet. If you can't settle on a hue, designer Holly Marsh suggest to "start with a color or a toy that makes you feel happy. You'd be surprised how far that one element can take you."
A globe chandelier adds a geometric element in a kitchen, and often without the high cost of ornate fixtures. This new Allen + Roth fixture was less than $175, and the black finish ties to the Silestone countertops selected by Atlanta stylist and DIY blogger Jo Torrijos.
A stunning, dark wood buffet breaks up the space physically between the kitchen and dining area while also offsetting the predominately white, contemporary open living space. Strong geometric elements control the space while a stunning, shimmering chandelier adds luxury and elegant whimsy. Everything within the space radiates organization while retaining a sense of comfort and home.
Strong geometric elements control the space of this stunning, white, contemporary dining room while a shimmering chandelier adds luxury and elegant whimsy. Everything within the space radiates organization while retaining a sense of comfort and home. A dark wood buffet breaks up the space physically between the kitchen and dining area while also offsetting the predominately white, open living space.