For comfort and visual appeal, designer Anissa Swanzy layered the space with a variety of accent pillows. Although each piece features its own texture or pattern, a common color palette helps them fit together.
Comfortable, casual and lived-in, this 1960s-era ranch is packed with architectural interest and the creature comforts of a well-traveled family. In order to keep the space open, airy and void of trends, it was decorated with a collected look and a strong emphasis on texture.
With an all-neutral color palette, this contemporary bedroom relies on textures, patterns and shapes for interest and personality. A velour upholstered bed adds an element of luxury to the stylish space.
The lanterns are from Morocco, too, and so help the master bedroom look as authentic as possible. By staggering them like this, designer Lindsey Runyon draws even more attention to the hand-stenciled ceiling.
Wanting the light to be subtle yet functional, the C&H Landscaping team used LEDs to showcase specific focal points, like the water fountain. Better still, the owners can change the colors of the lights at will.
A wicker bar cart and striped armchair evoke cottage design in this neutral guest bedroom, complete with gilded mirror and stained glass lamp. A dresser painted in creamy white lightens the dark taupe walls.