The seating area by the den’s windows includes a blue ash tufted sofa with round tapering legs flanked by two comfy Caribbean blue arm chairs with tufted side cushions. Guests can rest drinks on the round modern coffee tables that have a black metal cage base and a white lacquered top.
From the narrow entryway the space opens wide into the living room, a space made even bigger by the massive windows that look out to Manhattan. This space epitomizes Tanika’s “laid-back luxe stye” combining mid-century modern furnishings with modern accessories for a casual yet sophisticated look. The soft, neutral color palette in this space adds to the relaxed feel while making full use of the light that the room receives. At the same time, light yet meaningful moments of pattern are added to the space through the rug and woven art feature on the wall.
The homeowners wanted a luxe, feminine space with lots of texture in their master bedroom, so designers incorporated soft velvet bedding and signature window treatments in neutral tones to frame the gorgeous, unobstructed canyon view.
This 5200-square-foot modern home in Beverly Hills belongs to architect Troy Adams. The entire bottom floor is an open single room dubbed the "Zen luxe man cave" and includes a casual dining area, bar, living space and kitchen, as seen on HGTV's Million Dollar Rooms.
To take their clients' pool to the next level, the Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group outfitted the feature with all new equipment, including a waterfall, spa, new stone surround and black pebble sheen bottom. The result? A luxe outdoor space that takes all your troubles away.
This bathroom is a luxurious space filled with gray tile. A fun fabric shade not only loosely mimics the floor tile pattern but frames out the tub area, making it feel as if it's tucked in a cozy corner.
Those sleek silver hues continue into the master bedroom. Here, a chrome canopy bed and matching buffet will surely make the owners feel like royalty, while soft pillows and linens encourage rest and relaxation.
The San Francisco Decorator Showhouse 2014 guest bedroom mixes museum-quality case goods that are perfectly at home in a stately historic room. Designer Melanie Coddington added luxurious designer details, such as two-toned window treatments, a sumptuous blue bed, and a large floral area rug that ties the entire space together.