This delightful powder room was given life with a collection of hand-painted Italian glass plates. The plates were hung high to create drama and draw attention to the metal orb chandelier. Picasso’s "Blue Nude" is the featured art in the powder room, bringing classic sophistication to the space.
The entryway opens up to the living room on one side and the dining area on the other. The intricate front door is influenced by the home's Mediterranean design, and an orb crystal chandelier dangles above the inlaid gray hardwood floor with a herringbone design.
A sleek wood dining table pairs with a matching wood bench and upholstered chairs in this stylish dining area. Underfoot, a patterned green area rug creates movement, while overhead, a metal orb chandelier offers light.
While this dining room may seem minimalistic, the walnut dining table with chrome legs combines with the glass orb chandelier, gas fireplace and midcentury modern dining chairs to create a sophisticated design.
This homeowner opted for a foosball room over a home office. To create a playful space, the designer installed a custom Lucite swing, Alan Campbell Montecito Zig Zag Roman shades, an IKEA sheepskin rug and Currey & Company's Simpatico Orb Chandelier.
Boasting the 1870s colonial style featured throughout the home, this traditional dining room adds a touch of modernity with a glass orb chandelier. A round wooden dining table sits at the center, while a matching buffet displays table lamps that mimic the design of the modern light fixture.
Yellow is used as the primary color throughout this bright and cheery living room to bring together a mix of patterns and textures. Even though the space has a high ceiling, the wood orb chandelier makes the ceiling seem lower and the room feel more cozy.
The living space has great original structure with 20-foot ceilings and gorgeous natural lighting. Neutral walls create a fresh, brightened feel combined with the hardwood floors. An extra-large orb chandelier is a striking focal point when guests walk through the front door, while graphic yellow curtains dress the windows.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson transformed an awkward elevated area in this once dated living room into a chic, functional dining room. A simple mirror gallery wall and a glass orb chandelier continue the room's minimalistic, modern design while adding interest to this hard-to-decorate space.