This bright white home art studio receives pops of orange, yellow and red to liven up the space. A pair of orange and white chevron armchairs grounded by an abstract yellow rug offer a small, comfortable sitting area while the artist is at work. The simple red table lines up with the windows and provides plenty of space for painting. Design by Holly Bender Interiors.
With a nod to the California artists who draw inspiration from the state's rugged beauty, this room is the perfect space to conceive of and create art in the San Francisco Decorator Showhouse 2014. Sweeping views of the San Francisco Bay and the Presidio greet the artist, and the paint-splattered studio floor is a work of art in its own right.
This home workspace features all the amenities needed for an art studio, including a sink and ample natural light. A long countertop provides additional workspace, while a center table creates a great spot for completing all types of craft projects. Blue tile gives a nod to the home's waterfront locale.
Designer Rebecca Cartwright sourced much of the art in the Naturally home from artists with studios or who live in the Serenbe community. She says decorating with local art brings instant character and personality to your home.
Herringbone-laid flooring brings pattern to the all-white home office, while gold light fixtures add an element of glam. Built-in cabinets provide much-needed storage. A pair of armchairs sits in the bay window for a cozy seating area.
This home office functions as an art studio for children and a small workspace for the adults. The large cabinet at the back of the room has plenty of storage and works as a display for photos and art.
A breezeway connects the two sections of this modern home — the larger section housing the main living, dining and sleeping areas. The smaller structure contains a garage, a wood shop, an art studio and a guest bedroom.
Because this home has such an open floor plan, the designers used stone pavers to create the illusion of a foyer. A vertical piece of art tucks neatly against the wall, with a slim console table underneath for keys and mail.
Beautiful built-in bookshelves boasting art and personalized accessories flank the fireplace and TV in this living room, adding personality and interest to the transitional space. The bookshelves' dark backdrop creates depth in the light-colored room.
Tokens of travel, original art and sculptures around every corner give nod to the family's personal style and world travels. The superb craftsmanship (and lots of overseas guests) left this home longing for some fabulous warm and welcoming interior design to complement.
Cantilevered stairs project from a stacked stone wall in this California home, creating a clean, sleek line that fits the home's modern vibe. Warm wood finishes and earthy colors on textiles, art and flooring create a neutral backdrop that showcases the spectacular view of sea and sky.
This transitional guest suite bathroom is designed as a second master suite in this 2014 Tampa Bay Showcase Home. The home features Tuscan-inspired design, so designer Don Sharp brings elements of the style into the bathroom with earthy brown floor tile, a dark wood vanity and pops of soft blue in the art and window treatments.
The garage is one of the largest designer Brian Patrick Flynn has ever dealt with. Using muted gray-green paint also found in the home’s closets, he broke the space into functional areas that inspire creativity. Here, creative workstations are surrounded by art and create the perfect at-home studio.