Once dark and outdated, this master suite is now a *dream* with bright white walls, a chic light fixture and patterned accessories. By moving the bed to the center of the room, designer Kelly Rogers restructured the floor plan and created plenty of spaces for reading, relaxing and of course, sleeping.
This gray and white upholstered bench provides stylish seating at this stone dining table. The bench, although sticking with the neutral color palette, breaks up the otherwise rustic, natural materials used in this dining space.
This surround of this beautiful fireplace becomes a work of art in and of itself thanks to its unusual graphic pattern. It also perfectly ties in with the gray artwork hung on the wall above as well as the silver pendant light.
To make this kitchen more efficient and provide additional storage, designers removed the bulkheads and extended cabinets all the way up to the ceiling. The range hood blends right in due to its decorative exterior.
A small-scale pattern can be a perfect way to add graphic zip to a space without being too overwhelming. This bathroom uses mosaic tiles to add a pattern to the floor; simple lines elsewhere keep the room from feeling busy.
Instead of wallpaper, hang a curtain across a wall for a bold statement that you can easily change. The stylish black-and-white embellished curtains in this bedroom complement the silver trimmed furnishings pops of pink.
This contemporary bedroom uses neutral colored walls and furnishings as a subtle backdrop for graphic print accents. Cheery yellow and gray decorate the curtains and a wide gray and white stripe livens up the bench at the foot of the bed.
Flourishing indoor plants bring a lively pop of green into this contemporary gray and white office space. Graphic gray and white wall paper and geometric patterned pillows add layers of visual interest without overpowering the space.
Fabric-based window treatments are a great way to balance all the hard surfaces in the kitchen while also adding pattern and color. This custom arched shade can raise and lower to control sunlight and privacy. “Whether up or down, the shade keeps the kitchen feeling sunny with splashes of yellow from this Thom Filicia fabric, Prospect in Shadow,” says the manufacturer. Continue the look by using fabric in places like lampshades (see the shades on the wall sconces), barstools, chairs and even Fido's bed.
This elegant formal dining room is a study in contrasts: white paneling on one side of the room, a black built-in cabinet on the other. Gray velvet curtains split the difference along the back windows and help to unify the look.