Designer Douglas Hilton likes to mix styles in his rooms, from classic to contemporary as seen in his guest bathroom for the Cashiers Designer Showhouse. He also advises homeowners work with galleries when sourcing artwork for their home. When you work through a gallery, they have already vetted the work. And when you establish a relationship over time, the gallery begins to know your style and taste and can make specific recommendations says Hilton.
The oversized walk-in shower features glass walls that allow it to flow seamlessly into the rest of the bathroom. The same granite from the vanity countertops is used as a shelf and small seat in the shower.
Though the look suggests velvet, this stylish reading nook couch between Boyd's living room and dining room is actually upholstered in more easy-care ultra suede. With such strategic choices, says Boyd, "you can have a luxe look," without sacrificing practicality.
An oversized down comforter, 400-count white sheet set, quilted goose down and feather pillows topped with cotton geometric throw pillows work together to create a comfortable and cozy bed made for rest and relaxation.
Fabulously decadent poolside bar creates perfect venue for outside entertaining. Featuring underwater stools, wall mounted television, two hanging chandeliers, tile back splash and naturalistic elements this area is sure to be a splash!
Greys, soft blues and other soothing tones make this bedroom positively restful, and did you notice the bedside tables? The four-poster bed, tufted sofa and sumptuous bedding make it a luxurious retreat.
This warm, white living space features a vaulted ceiling with soft recessed lighting, and plenty of plush textures from the area rug to the round high back armchairs. Hardwood floors run from the entrance to the wall of windows in the space.
This gorgeous cream leather chaise brings both dimension and comfort to the living room. The curve of the chaise is accented by straight lines from an oversized floor lamp and a circular wooden end table.