You must see to believe the beauty of this antique vanity table that serves as a nightstand in this classically designed master bedroom by Andrea Michaelson. From the ornately painted wood in shades of cream and soft green to its rose marble top, the piece makes a magnificent statement. The designer placed an antique French painting and ornate gold wall sculpture above the vanity to heighten its effect in the room.
In this eclectic living room, bright white walls create a cool contrast with the black wood beams overhead. Above the buffet, a mirror, art and accessories are layered to give the space a lived-in look.
The body is celebrated in its many beautiful forms and angles in this space of the contemporary living room. The sketches are placed in gold and black frames, while the sculpture compliments the gallery wall.
The bathroom's teal-and-gold hexagonal-patterned wallpaper adds a lively vibe to the transitional space, while a white pedestal sink adds a traditional touch. Towel hooks featuring gold bull sculptures hang on the wall, providing an eclectic, funky edge.
The embrace of color continues in this bedroom vignette. The gold frame of this Venetian X-bench is echoed in the palm fronds hung as sculpture on the wall. Dark red cushions stand out beautifully against the teal wall.
A traditional home with a carved wood staircase has a modern white console housing contemporary sculptures. A Victorian-era chandelier in gold is a focal piece, while gallery walls leading up the stairway add dimension to the space.
This light and bright dining room features fun orange accents, including a pendant light and striped wooden bench that is upholstered to match the white dining chairs. Festive gold candlesticks and glass sculptures decorate a wooden dining table, while framed photographs create an accent wall.
This modern dining room features a table that can open to seat 16 comfortably. Stainless steel banding accents the ultra-suede padded and upholstered walls. The custom wool area rug adds a pop of color and brings life to the highly-styled furnishings. The sleek buffet seems to float even though it has legs, giving it a lighter and cleaner appearance. By using a pedestal table, one is able to maximize seating because two place settings can be used at each end of the table. This space may be contemporary but the sculpture is pure Art Deco sophistication.
The homeowner's only request for this space was to have a bathroom that was cool and unusual. With that in mind, the designers used a green metallic hexagonal wallpaper paired with a traditional pedestal sink and gold bull sculptures on the wall to give the transitional bathroom a funky vibe.