This unique house decorated by Jane Richardson-Mack and John Romaidis is drawn from influences from the New Modern Age of the 20th century creating a dream like fantasy with the gold accents and geometric patterns. The walls have a reverse fade effect from white to blue. A glimpse into the bedroom reveals a watercolor painted wall.
Cover foam topiary forms with layers of felt in a fashion-forward ombre pattern to create these colorful tabletop trees. Choose felt in shades that complement your holiday decor then display them anywhere you need a cheery pop of color. Get crafting with our step-by-step instructions.
Designed for the young man of the house, Karter's Krash Pad at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 is brought to life with a vertical ombre lacquer wall finish by Willem Racke inspired by rock formations along the Pacific coast. Designer Susan Lind Chastain selected a Jean Paul Gaultier fabric with crushed car metal design for daybed pillows to add to the hip youthfulness of the space.
With a blue ombre backsplash and golden pulls, this kitchen in Havertown, Penn., is anything *but* typical. The space was inspired by the ocean, and so features tile that's reminiscent of shimmering fish scales.