This seating area utilizes a wide range of patterns and textures – from the free-form shapes on the walls to the scalloped golden fabric on the pillows. The piece of art above the seating area was created with a technique called verre eglomise, which entails gilding the back side of glass with gold or metal leaf.
Designer Julie Rootes sought inspiration from natural elements for the powder room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. Jim Thompson's "Tibetan Sun" silk fabric serves as the focal wallcovering and is complemented by 24-karat gold and onyx glass mosaic tile and a Calacatta gold marble sink.
This master bedroom combines antiques with contemporary wall and floor coverings to create a unique, eclectic room. The mix of contemporary of fabric on pillows with traditional furniture makes for a fresh, updated look.
A simple wood desk separates a pair of ornately dressed windows. The drapery fabric matches the bed canopy to unify the space while a beige armchair provides subtle contrast with a more simplified pattern.
Silver and gold make this bedroom an elegant retreat. The designer chose a handsome gray paint for the walls, then layered shimmery metallics and inviting fabrics on top. A few pink touches give softness and warmth.
Above the single vanity, a geranium-leaf mirror adds texture and color to the leather blue walls. Likewise, the mirror complements the vanity's gold hardware, as well as the mosaic artwork and fabric lining the ceiling. As a result, this small bathroom becomes a coordinated space in which guests can wash up and refreshen.
The powder room and ,ounge at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014 features an elegant yet inviting alcove decorated in rich purple and gold fabric. Designer Kristi Will interpreted the timeless glamour of San Francisco with a rich, crisp modern touch.
The 1940s Duncan Phyfe dining table was extended to seat six with a sleek Carrara marble top. Velvet Pandros Gold fabric energizes the traditional dining chairs, while velvet head chairs are a breath of fresh air. A sculptural pendant tops off the eclectic design.
Custom blue leather walls lined with gold fabric become a canvas on which to display the large mosaic work 'Queen of Malaren' by Einar Forseth (here digitally reproduced, of course). The image's many colors shine beneath the 'petrified' sunflower light fixture, which in turn brightens this single vanity bathroom.