Using a strong color on a dividing wall creates a confident accent without overpowering the calm of this contemporary office. Open spacing between the wall and the ceiling provides room for additional lighting and forms a horizontal line beneath the slanting ceiling. Additional fixtures complement the sleek and contemporary chairs and conference table.
The 12' x 13' space is divided into three zones: a reading lounge, workstation and water closet. To unite the water closet with the two zones in the adjacent room, its walls are painted the same shade of mint green.
A room-length vanity is divided by a large, black cabinet with four doors in this contemporary bathroom. Black under-counter cabinets and drawers provide plenty of storage, while two built-in sinks, wall mirrors, and wall sconce lighting complete the design
This huge master bedroom space was an enormous, somewhat overwhelming space, so designers decided to bring textured wallpaper to the half wall behind the bed. They then painted the rest of the walls a similar, dark color to create a more intimate and inviting space. To divide the room, a separate seating area in front of the bed creates an additional relaxing space for the homeowners in their master suite.
Two matching, green armchairs and a brass floor lamp sit in front of a large wall of windows to the patio in this modern living space. A plush, cozy rug divides the light-colored hardwood flooring with glass coffee table.
This master bathroom brings to mind a Roman bath house. His-and-her alcoves are divided by square tapered columns, while green mosaic tile, candle sconces and a round mirror define each space. Wall-mounted faucets and plaster sinks complete the look.
Who said formal needs to be boring? Add vibrant color to a formal dining space to create a relaxing, fun vibe. Shades of blue are divided by a white chair rail that unite the wall and curtains. The plush, blue tufted sofa becomes the focal point, accented with multi-colored throw pillows. The green palm tree leaves add natural dimension and color.
By using neutral colors for walls and fixtures, bathrooms can change colors with their towel and accessory choices. The bright orange here, however, is stupendous against the gray-green and white wall tile and mosaic tile flooring by Ann Sacks. The bathroom by Kathy Geissler Best of KGB Interior Design is designed as a user-friendly bath with access to both the home's pool and main house. It is divided into distinct zones including a separate shower and changing area.