The innovative style in this nursery includes a fabric panel hung on the wall and from the ceiling that creates a kind of canopy. Rose-colored stripes pair with gold and soft blue accents for a look that's serene and sophisticated.
Here again the architecture of the home reflects Hollywood’s golden age. The arches that form the passages between rooms are one of Nikia’s favorite features in the home. This arch between the living and dining room offers a gorgeous view of the various textures and cultural influences that make up the living room — from the pouf to the rug to the Bamileke-inspired stools from World Market (https://www.worldmarket.com/product/tribal-carved-wood-accent-table.do?sortby=ourPicks). “I love a combination of clean mid-century Scandinavian with more intricate pieces from India and Africa,” Nikia confesses. “Mixing and matching design elements from different cultures reflects the world I live in and makes me feel at home.”
The foyer welcomes guests and residents with a riot of color from the green, graphic print wallpaper. A casual wood table holds court in the center of the room, surrounded by poufs with a hint of gold sparkle.
This bathroom's metallic teal-and-gold hexagonal wallpaper provides a bold accent to the neutral design choices showcased in the shower, including the taupe ceramic tile. A soft ottoman-like stool adds a natural touch and serves as a place to stash a towel while showering.
This modern, geometric pattern is inspired by the Ndop textiles of the Bamileke people of Cameroon. One of Africa’s most artistically lauded cultures, the Bamileke resist dye raffia fibers to create their amazing designs. Featured on a pouf (https://www.themine.com/poufs/aphrochic-ndop-pouf_g2928138.html) in black and gold this striped Ndop pattern adds a striking detail to any room in the form of extra seating.