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.
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 beautifully finished wood cabinet gets an equally elegant tableau on top made of coffee table books, twin lamps and gold and metallic accents. A tray corrals necessities (there you are, keys!) into a tidy group, and stops them from looking like visual clutter.
A traditional living room with a bit of modern flair features a great wooden console and an eye-catching metallic accent wall. A gallery wall with traditional art works the lamp into the mix, making the entire scene flow cohesively.
Shimmer and metallics bring presence to this traditional, oceanside master bedroom. The homeowner requested remote-controlled shades to control the level of light entering this third floor space with a full wall of windows. Iridescent tile creates a focal point out of the fireplace, while a comfy chair and ottoman in a light-filled corner creates a cozy spot for reading. Custom quartz lamps adorn the bedside tables.
In the entry of the home, designers chose to use colors that would acclimate guests to the home's bold metallic and contrasting neutral color palette. The artwork does exactly that, adding glam to the space without detracting from the apartment's beautiful views. Patterned wallpaper with a three-dimensional quilted effect was selected to envelop the space, while large scale, gold-leaf lamps sit on a console which emulates the wallpaper patter. To finish the space, designers hung a glass, Rod Sputnik chandelier for a spectacular statement upon entering the home.