Inspired by texture, this charcoal bedroom by B.D. Jeffries Design Group for a Southeastern Designer Showhouse in Atlanta takes a glamorous turn with sleek gold-leaf accents, including the papier mache vessels on the walls. Horizontal stripes and sharp angles add visual interest to the composed, tranquil space.
A plant-patterned wallpaper accent wall works as a backdrop for the cushioned, dark green headboard with matching throw pillows in this tropical bedroom. The gold tea set, leaf-patterned lamp, and small wall art contribute to the serene design of the room.
This bedroom was designed with a huge 12-foot wide headboard in chocolate brown mohair. The lighting and electronics are hardwired into the headboard. The beautiful ceiling was created in a geometric drop concept, including an interior dome with silver leaf painting and cove lighting.
A Byzantine-style alcove, the conversation room is crowned with an 18-foot-high central dome that is decorated with a floral hand-painted gold and blue design in 24k gold-leaf modeled after the church of St. John Lateran in Rome.
This space designed by Emily Henderson for HGTV's Secrets From a Stylist offers an ideal spot for dining for two.The simple dining area features a drop-leaf table and black Windsor chairs, while black-and-white toile wallpaper sets a traditional backdrop.
This beautiful, bright bathroom takes a minimalist approach to keep the space relaxing and clean. A wall-to-wall mirror makes the room look even larger, and a floating vanity keeps with the modern design. An accent tile strip resembling a leaf vein adds movement and color.
Luxury wallpaper depicting the Italian countryside is a tranquil backdrop for this room by Michael Herold Design for the Kips Bay Decorator Show House 2018. Antiques and gold leaf lighting combine with modern art and metallic details, such as the brass railing and dresser handles. The various patterns and visual designs are inspired by Herold’s recent trip to Europe.
This china’s design has a green turkey and bay leaf garland, with two bobwhite quails that tie into the region where designer J. Lee Cox lives in south Georgia. The china has a custom monogram by Savannah designer Emily McCarthy and is made by Sasha Nichols. The charger is a rattan basketweave.
This breakfast area is a cheerful mix of patterns: Bernhardt dining chairs with a graphic back and nailhead trim surround a round Coddington-designed walnut table. A silver leaf iron pendant, roman shades and a Moroccan-print accent rug complete the space. The artwork in the adjoining living room is by Monika Steiner.
These wedding bouquets incorporate the rich, deep reds and snowy-whites of the season. Other wintery florals to consider using include pine boughs, cymbidium orchids, boxwood boughs, camellia buds, magnolia leafs and holly berries. Floral design: Blooming Gallery. Planner: Something to Celebrate.
A rustic guest bedroom is full of browns and oranges. The leaf bedding and the ceiling’s wood panels bring natural elements into the space. Designer Sandra Espinet used Light gray and black river rocks and pebbles to create the wall-mounted headboards.
The guest bedroom was designed with the Caribbean in mind. A banana leaf blanket and shams add a tropical feel to the space. Floating shelves were installed with books focused on local travel and restaurants for guests. Above the bed, a series of images from artist, Clare Elsaesser, adds more colorful notes to the room.
A lady’s lounge by Amy Morris for a Southeastern Designer Showhouse brings in rust and gold hues that keep the space feminine yet approachable. The gold leaf branch chandelier and bench in yellow gold in front of the settee adds an edgy visual appeal to the soft design. Other furniture in the room includes a dining arm chair with a green seat.
This dining space, designed by Emily Henderson of HGTV's Secrets from a Stylist features an English Country design scheme that gives the room an all-over quaint, decidedly proper feel. The gray and white wallpaper adds a decorative accent to the wooden drop-leaf table, which includes two black dining chairs at either end. A design tip from Emily: "When it comes to designing your own home, don't over think it. Go out and take pictures. Visualize things, have fun, play around!"
Designer Julie Rootes selected the gold-leaf metal niche in the powder room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 to mimic the color and honeycomb pattern of the silk wallcovering. The look is complemented by 24-karat gold and onyx mosaic tile.
The backsplash above the countertop gives some much needed color and texture to the minimalist and clean design of this modern bathroom. The leaf-like vein lines on the strip create a pattern that gives movement to the space. A single sink shares double drains and faucets for a unique take on a double vanity.
The minimalist design approach in this bathroom creates a sleek, modern look. Large, neutral tiles on the walls are contrasted with the small tiles used for the flooring. The floating vanity and mirror span the full wall, and a tile accent strip resembling a leaf vein adds movement and a touch of color to the space.
Increase safe passage in public areas of a garden by installing lighting. Beautiful stair rails feature a leaf motif. The railings appear to have sprouted from the ground and blend beauty with function, making the pathway safe and inviting. The garden design was very specific on circles and center points, requiring dutiful attention to axis points and perfect radii.