Reclaimed wood shelves turn a corner of this contemporary living room into a fun display space, with items artfully and cleanly arranged. Bold blue tones in the artwork are repeated in bright-colored accessories.
This area used to be unattractive wooden storage racks on the left and an exposed laundry room against the back wall. It's now a fun new game room with extra space to run and play designed by Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri from HGTV's hit show Cousins on Call.
This impressive walk-in closet is a fashionista's dream. Walls of built-in shelves provide the perfect place to store and display collections of handbags and shoes, and elegant chandeliers offer a sense of sophistication overhead.
With an abundance of windows offering ample natural light, the corner of this kid's bedroom is a dedicated work and play space. A world map accent wall adds a fun pop of color and interest to the room.
A world map accent wall serves as the focal point of this kid's play space. White built-ins with colorful cabinet fronts complement the colors in the world map and provide storage space for toys and trinkets. Mod chairs offer comfortable seating.
The console table in the foyer welcomes guests with stylish storage and a unique display of art and candles. Designers added textured wallpaper and a soft rug to complete the design and give the small space a bit of dimension.
This has got to be the neatest family in the country! Angela actually used a white sofa and white rug in the kids' playroom. Her use of white in this room balances the dark walls beautifully and doesn't allow the red to feel too serious or moody. True to form, this playful space features more black and white pattern, however this time on the ceiling with stick on appliqués: a fun way to get kids involved with designing their own spaces. This entertainment/homeschool/play area, also boasts a computer station tucked away into an alcove for homework without the distractions.
Segmented concrete pavers provide access to this section of the backyard that contains a small area of turf, a sunken trampoline and a line of Sweetgum trees. These trees provide privacy to the yard, separating it from the street, and the green space gives the kids a place to play. Finally, a sunken trampoline with six jets enhances the fun on a hot summer day.
Designer Beth Martin sought to evoke thoughts about light and space in the powder room at the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. The mirror on the back wall bounces light throughout the intimate space while reflecting the "watchful eye" painted on the ceiling.
As you're putting together your tablescape, pay attention to how the textures of each element play together. Too many shiny elements can come across stark or flat. If you introduce too many work and faded elements, the look can come across rustic or country. Here, the perfect balance of refined wood, soft fabrics, a mix of metallics in faded brass and rich gold along with layered chargers in cork and seagrass strike the perfect combination.