Against the wall in the loft space, designers created vignettes to meet the owner's needs. In one corner, a blue chair rests in front of a bookshelf to create a reading nook bathed in light, while just a few feet down a keyboard sits underneath a window, providing the owners with a creative space in their loft.
In the basement, a sound proofed music studio was added for the family's budding musician. Sound proof panels were already in place, so designers revamped the area with a bright couch, new carpet, and profession style cabinets to make the space complete.
Warm hardwood floors are paired with cool gray walls for this contemporary rec room. The long space uses furniture to create defined areas: a media section, music room and stainless steel table for playing games or working. Black-and-white photography creates a beautiful gallery on the wall.
Upholstered chairs surround a small, round table just outside the wine cellar in this basement. The wine tasting area, which boasts a rustic vibe, is perfect for entertaining. Bold artwork beckons from the connecting music room.
Weathered white beams serve the neat trick of guiding the eye along the length of this open concept dining room down to a small music area with a piano. The red rug beneath the dining table helps define that space in the open layout.
This family-friendly home features a music area, a kids' art space, a teepee – even a climbing wall and an indoor swing! Bright fabrics and an eclectic mix of furnishings add to the home's casual, whimsical vibe. The whole house was designed to fit the personality and lifestyle of the active, vibrant homeowners and their young kids.
Kelly and Co. designed this amazing space for their client who loves to play music and invite exciting acts from all over the world to join him for events benefiting his music foundation. Great for entertaining, the space includes a cozy seating area with Chesterfield sofas and a stone fireplace for added ambiance.
This chic living area—a blend of contemporary and midcentury modern styles—is open, but allows many different activities to happen at the same time. There is a reading nook, a library, a conversation area and a a music corner.
Because this room had such great bones, the designers only needed to paint the walls white to make the space feel fresh and bright. They then layered in a ruby red rug, two armchairs and a tufted ottoman, which create a comfortable sitting area for listening to music.
Grammy award-winning sound engineers were enlisted to acoustically soundproof this open-concept living room. All of the fabric panels are ingeniously hidden beneath the rustic reclaimed barn board, and the windows are double-paned and sealed, including the giant barn door entryway which has a glass "envelope" once you enter. All of these measures were taken to keep the place completely quiet. The light fixtures had the glass taken out so they wouldn't vibrate during music recording as well. Every detail was carefully thought out. You can't hear a sound outside when they are jamming inside!