A writing desk in the corner of a living room makes a workspace that welcomes, thanks to the natural light coming in through the windows. Grasscloth wallpaper and rust-red walls provide texture and warmth.
Wow guests with a bold powder room. In this one, textured wall tiles on an accent wall create an instant focal point. Mirror: Interlude; Grasscloth wallcovering: Seabrook; Sconce lighting: Kelly Wearstler
A few walls and doors were reconfigured to create an enclosed media room in the basement. An open basement plan was slightly reconfigured with the help of an engineer, and the final product is a cozy media room with seating for 12.
The chandelier in this contemporary dining room looks as if icicles are suspended above the dining table. On the walls, bright artwork features yellow, orange and blue hues, adding a real punch of color to the otherwise neutral space.
Shiplap walls and wooden bookshelves give the living room a touch of farmhouse style. To achieve this look, The Red Egg Design Group floated the wall forward, then covered it with shiplap and lined the back of the shelves with grasscloth.
This built-in floating dining room buffet provides plenty of space for serving trays, decorative glassware and gold candlesticks. Neutral grasscloth wallpaper lines the walls, while various pieces of modern artwork provide a finishing touch.
Black hexagon tile grounds the bathroom and creates a striking contrast underfoot. Half shiplap walls flow into grasscloth, which adds texture to the space. The chrome vanity brings openness to the space and helps to visually enlarge the room.
This eclectic living room has lots of bold patterns with a tiger print loveseat, black and white striped accent wall, modern art, as well as plenty of color with magenta curtains and side chairs and teal green grasscloth wallpaper.