Graphic patterns, clean lines and metallic accents come together to create a bedroom that oozes Hollywood Regency style. The metallic accents all coordinate in a gold-brass finish to give the space a sense of unity.
A zebra-print rug and transparent coffee table center this modern white living room. Metallic accents like silver vases and textured wallpaper create a glam design that contrasts with the dark hardwood floors.
Glam metallics and muted colors give this spacious master bedroom a decidedly feminine style. The neutral transitional room has a chevron-patterned accent wall behind the bed and a cozy sitting area with a long, low sofa and small round coffee table.
A black velvet wingback bed with cream-colored linens and printed throw pillows sets the tone for this transitional bedroom. A dark gray metallic wallpaper provides the focal wall behind the bed with sheer neutral drapes on the windows.
In the fashion challenge as seen on HGTV's Design Star, finalist Emily Henderson selects the tailored suit to use as her inspiration. Streamlined furnishings and luxurious fabrics reflect the suit's look. A mixture of metallic and faux fur pillows contrast well with the tailored sofa.
Creating a dramatic contrast between warm and metallic tones, this silver bed and glittering mirror really pop against the rust-red walls. The look is complete with an understated gray floral bedspread and red throw pillow.
A closer look at the top of the dresser reveals a chic black-and-white lamp, picture frame and jewelry stand. Though their colors complement the youthful butterfly wallpaper, these accents will easily grow with the girls as they enter their teen years.
A mid-century storage unit keeps plenty of books, toys and supplies hidden while still looking stylish. A white metal desk paired with a Tolix-style chair provides a homework spot with the addition of some fun accessories like the black pharmacy lamp and dice container.
Each of these furnishings were designed by Addison Bruley to compliment this contemporary Hollywood Hills property. It was important to have products that would stand out and be something unique as well as functional. The colors are meant to be dramatic yet inviting and soften the harsh architecture.
Spring green and gold strike the perfect balance of glamor and playfulness. Often paired with deeper shades of green like emerald or olive, gold takes on a fresh approach when paired with bright greens and celery tones.