The master suite project involved moving walls for a closet expansion, a bathroom gut job, and removing all traces of the dark, dated furnishings that closed in the space. We used a neutral base palette with soft blue touches and layered in heirloom-quality textiles, elegant lighting, and lots of texture.
Indoor, outdoor...they're basically one and the same in this modern kitchen in sunny Los Angeles where the boundary walls vanish to connect the space to the adjacent patio. Mixed wood finishes make for a dynamic neutral look.
To brighten the look of the cinammon-colored cabinets, the kitchen gets a backsplash of glossy white tile, golden barstools and airy, glass pendants. The range hood, in both gold and silver, ties the varied colors together.
The homeowner's existing light linen sofa and gray, ivory and blue area rug were the jumping off points for this room's pale palette. To add punch and life, designers layered raspberry pink into the color scheme via two X-base stools and accent pillows.
The open plan living area—including the kitchen, a dining area and living room—has lots of earthy, textural touches: woven pendant lights, hardwood floors, bamboo dining chairs. The overall look is friendly and approachable.
This handsome master bedroom is a quiet and peaceful space to unwind. The American Clay plaster walls have a subtle ombre effect, getting darker down by the floor. A huge antique Roman oushak rug to grounds the room.