A room in the 2013 Atlanta Decorators Show House, a showcase of more than 30 spaces transformed by designers from around the Southeast. Cinnamon colored grasscloth wallpaper provides a warm backdrop to the cozy seating area in the office.
This stylish dining room blends modern wire mesh dining chairs with a traditional wood table and matching hardwood floors. A textured globe pendant light hangs above the table, while green grasscloth wallpaper adds a pop of soothing color to the space.
A neutral grasscloth wallpaper provides a textured backdrop for this brown wooden nightstand. A brushed bronze clock and small gold leaf table lamp sit atop the nightstand, while blue and white linens add a fresh, clean look to the bed.
With built-in bookshelves, rolling chairs and a glass-topped desk, designer Raegan Ford has everything she needs in this contemporary home office. Grasscloth wallpaper helps soften any outside noises, while a cowhide rug and faux skull nod to the desert surroundings.
Natural wood tones, distressed blue paint and a bit of coral give this entry a neutral yet nautical flair. The gorgeous geometric mirror adds a sculptural element and helps bounce light around the space while the grasscloth wallpaper and rug add texture.
Those coastal colors continue into the great room, where they easily evoke the calming nature of the ocean. To draw visual interest without straying too far from his neutral palette, the designer paired grasscloth wallpaper and rattan cushions with modern pendant lights and artwork.
A mix of textures, like stacked stone and grasscloth wallpaper, create a visually interesting space, while recessed niches add a bit of drama this modern living room. A gallery wall of ocean inspired art incorporates nautical elements while keeping with streamlined modern design elements.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson gave new life to an outdated fireplace by replacing the old brick surround with white marble and topping it with a solid mahogany floating ledge. A contemporary gold sunburst pops against the grasscloth wallpaper and is a bright contrast to the rooms darker-hued midcentury modern furnishings.
The homeowners wanted a luxurious master space for their elegant winter home that was layered in rich texture and metallics, but didn't take away from the open, calming view of the mountains and palm trees that surround the home. To appease these desires, designers wrapped the room in textured metallic grasscloth wallpaper and layered tonal fabrics that make the room rich with shine and depth.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, an updated dining room flows seamlessly into the living room, complementing the vintage design aesthetic with mid-century modern furnishings and decor. Neutral grasscloth wallpaper lines two walls and complements the soft yellow hue of the vintage dining chairs. A chrome and glass dining table and custom orb light fixture add contemporary flair to this otherwise vintage-style space.
An oversized, sculptural mirror gives this powder room dimension beyond its small footprint. Textured wallpaper in a rich, dark gray lends the space a sophisticated air, while a petite chandelier adds sparkle.
This dining room is completely multi-functional. A custom-designed table with a starburst center is perfect for poker night or for a formal dining setting. Four plasma screens make it easy for viewing a single or multitude of television shows. The columns sparkle in a covering of Balinese seashells. Grasscloth wallpaper covers the ceiling and adds a hint of metallic shine while a crystal chandelier drops elegantly from the mirrored ceiling.
A graphite grasscloth wallcovering adds drama to the lounge designed by Brian Watford for a Southeastern Designer Showhouse in Atlanta. The wallcovering, from Phillip Jeffries’ Nailed It collection, has gold rivets.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson transformed this once dated, drafty space into a cozy and contemporary retreat with plenty of room to entertain. Dark pink walls were painted a fresh white and covered in bright grasscloth wallpaper and a once over-imposing fireplace replaced with sleek white marble. To satisfy her clients' differing design tastes, Sarah incorporated vintage metallic decorative pieces with streamlined modern furniture. A large patterned rug ties the room together and adds warmth and interest to the new hardwood floors.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson transformed this mid-century home's boring dining room into a fresh and bright entertaining space. To make the room appear larger, she hung yellow floor-to-ceiling curtains along the length of one wall and painted the wall and ceiling a bright white. Neutral grasscloth wallpaper lines two walls and complements the soft yellow hue of the vintage dining chairs. A chrome and glass dining table and custom orb light fixture add contemporary flair to this otherwise vintage-style space.