"I am up and about for more than 12-14 hours a day, sometime in heels that should be illegal. So the one thing I look forward to is calling it a night in a bed with freshly laundered sheets. There's something magical about being able to indulge in a personal, clean and soft bed that I find priceless. Add lavender candles and I'm a happy, happy gal." -Manvi Drona, Mochatini
Art meets function in this stylish, contemporary living room that boasts an eye-catching, geometric mirrored coffee, one-of-a-kind pillows and beautifully patterned curtains. Exposed pipes and concrete ceilings add an industrial feel to the space.
A funky, geometric mirror and textured neutral walls add interest in this small, contemporary powder room. Framed art beside the vanity echoes the lines in the mirror, and a sleek, furniture-style vanity is topped by a slab of gray and white marble that complements the color scheme.
A common trick of the trade is to juxtapose modern shapes with more classic ones — which is what Dallas-based designer Elaine Williamson did when she chose these mod, Jonathan Adler fixtures to counterbalance the elegant sophistication of a bathroom's carrera marble countertops. The mirror works as a mix between the two styles — mod with sophisticated lines.
A short privacy wall creates an enclosure for the toilet and separates it from the glass enclosed shower. A geometric accent pattern in the shower is echoed at the vanity between the dark stone countertop and the thick wooden frame of the mirror.
This attic bathroom has all the graphic drama of an M.S. Escher print, thanks to its geometric black-and-white tile floor. To keep the focus on that pattern, the rest of the room is simple: white backsplash, round mirror and a floating wood vanity.
This contemporary table features a gold, geometric support with white tabletop. Pink and orange striped candles along with a hot pink book add pops of bright color to decorate the space. The mirror above is displayed in a neutral frame with double orange border.
This contemporary foyer has subtle geometric detail in the wood paneling near the doorway, the grid of the slate tile and the round mirror on the wall. Recessed lights twinkle as they line the the sloped ceiling.
Designers were challenged to create a social hub that was activated through color, so they used a neutral color palette to anchor the space, while the colorful, geometric wall covering that extended throughout the space added a pop of color. Then, to make the narrow room seem larger, mirrors were added to capture the natural light and create the illusion of a larger environment.
A geometric copper pedestal sink sits beneath a copper-framed oval mirror in this stunning powder room. The eye-catching flooring in this room is made of different-colored tiles laid in a mosaic pattern.