Entering the generously sized master bath, you’re immediately struck by how light filled and glamorous the room feels. The deep, modern, freestanding Roman soaking tub in the center of the room is the main focal point.
A designer's work is never actually done. For most designers there is always a little something extra that could be done to take our designs to the next level. However, the only thing I could find to do in the Blehm's master sitting area was to adjust the lampshade because the room and its views were flawlessly picturesque. In this space, Angela used one of my favorite hospitality-inspired design tricks. She concealed the drapery hardware behind the crown moulding, thereby creating a clean and elevated look. The moulding becomes the cornice and the pleated linen drapery opens to expose the outdoors like a movie screen. How's that for drama?! My number one pick in this image is the upholstered bench. It manages to be retro, mod, and current all at the same time. Angela's is fearless in her use of white furniture and rugs throughout the family home. She's proof that it can be done, not to mention, done with her three young children and pets!
The walls of this chic, gothic-inspired guest bedroom are covered in a rustic metallic wallpaper by Vahallan. Contrasting materials add texture and interest, while a fun fur pouf and quotable chair bring playful touches that keep the mood from feeling dark. Dim lighting sets the tone for a guest room the designer calls "gothic glam."
Go glam with glass - If you have a lot of attractive collectables to display, then open shelving will show them off to best effect. Glass shelves have a neutral quality, meaning they work in both traditional and modern schemes.
Keeping it cozy and glamorous, this Halloween porch decor features a chic white twig wreath. Add some Christmas ornaments or ribbon and it easily transitions to your next holiday. Cool black branches turn an existing garden pot into great Halloween decor when you add some moss at the base. Keep pillows and throws handy in wooden bins for cool nights.
For this French Country dining room, Designer Nichole Jacobson chose vibrant colors, girlie patterns, bold statements. Metallic wallpaper design adds texture and style, when paired with the turquoise painted ceiling and bright yellow armoire.
This new third floor master bedroom was created out of the home's previous attic area. The spacious room features two large closets, a walk-out balcony, and ensuite bathroom with double vanities, soaking tub and glass shower.
The hotel’s owner is an interior designer who meticulously sources each element. The crown-shaped chandeliers suspended in the café, bar and reception areas are custom-made by ADA Lighting in Cape Town.
This dazzling print by Picturality is the perfect home accessory for a glamorous decorator with a love of nature. With gorgeous gold, a chic honeycomb pattern and that adorable bee, this print says trendy all over.
“This room has some really beautiful moments: the bold, striped fireplace commands attention; the combo of zebra, white leather, mirror and crystal set against a moody black backdrop is pure Hollywood glam; simple, two-tone damask patterns add a sense of tradition and comfort that tempers the sharp lines of the very modern wall and floor patterns,” says designer Candice Olson. “However, I think this is a case of both too much and too little. Too many patterns — stripes, checks, zebra and damask — all scream for attention. Undertaking such an ambitious painted floor with very little time prevented Design Star contestants NataLee and Tashica from really finishing this room, and it shows on so many levels, from the shredded bedding to the perplexing mirror/aquarium placement in the fireplace. I would have simply let the striped fireplace graphic be the star; painted the floor white to contrast the black and yellow walls and brought in a large zebra-patterned carpet for interest in the center of the room. This duo's predictable perimeter bed placement reminds me a bit of summer camp — a little more swanky, mind you. I would like to have seen a few beds dressed as sexy daybeds positioned in the center with cocktail tables beside and a spectacular chandelier above, very LA-luxe (in much less time).”
When transforming a spare bedroom into a glamorous dressing room, designer Nicole Norris, ASID, NCIDQ, turned the double-door reach-in closet into a custom-designed shoe display alcove with 1/2" thick glass shelves. Luxurious patterned carpeting, gold shimmering wallpaper and neutral furnishings balance out the bright pink shelving. Details such as a gilded tri-fold mirror and a creamy hair-on-hide chair add a touch of glamour to the space. Since the room was so large, several ready-made furniture pieces were added in addition to the custom shelving.
Silver leaf glass tile by Ann Sacks glams up this transitional master bath, adding texture and elegance. A modern light-rimmed mirror pairs with traditional Kallista fixtures, bridging styles and bringing soft sophistication to the space.