In the master bedroom, subtle Phillip Jeffries wallcovering and Made Goods nightstands are elegant supporting players to the star: a custom headboard upholstered in Kelly Wearstler fabric. Table lamp: Aerin
A graphite grasscloth wallcovering adds drama to the lounge designed by Brian Watford for a Southeastern Designer Showhouse in Atlanta. The wallcovering, from Phillip Jeffries’ Nailed It collection, has gold rivets.
Relaxed and rustic, designer Vanessa DeLeon paired masculine shades of gray and chocolate brown to give this boy’s bedroom timeless functionality. A handcrafted queen bed and matching nightstands are paired with a vintage over-dyed rug from Creative Touch and woven wallpaper by Phillip Jeffries.
Grasscloth wallpaper by Phillip Jeffries and an organic, feathery upholstery pattern bring a down-to-earth element to this otherwise glam space. Mixed metals on the light fixture and table base are a chic combo, creating a bistro-like dining nook that perfectly complements this home's streamlined kitchen.
Boule chandeliers glimmer against the Phillip Jeffries wallpaper in this sleek New York dining room. Curves dominate the space, found in the lighting, the round mirror and the soft curve of the chair backs. The sheen of the fabrics and wallcovering reflect the light that enters the space through massive steel-encased windows.
Textured wallcoverings by Phillip Jeffries make the walls recede in this master bedroom. Against them, the Kelly Wearstler fabric of the bed leaps out at the eye, a dazzle of pattern in the neutral space. A turquoise storage bench is perfect punctuation at the end of the stylish statement. Table lamps: Aerin; nightstands: Made Goods
Situated between the breakfast nook and formal dining room is the butler's pantry, which doubles as a custom bar. The designers wanted the space to feel strong and masculine, so they outfitted the walls with Phillip Jeffries wallpaper that mimics the look of a tweed suit and added a cool, black-and-white treatment to the ceiling.
“I tried to make it feel as daring as the rest of the house, but also like a pretty getaway,” Sonal says. For resort vibes, she chose a wicker headboard from World Market, a basket-y light from Serena & Lily, and grass cloth wallpaper by Phillip Jeffries. “My mom stays here a lot and she always asks, “Are you ever going to get tired of the blue?” Sonal says. “I tell her no! There’s so much to look at in our house, I never get tired of any of it.”