Fun, vintage-style signs and artwork bring a youthful vibe to this open contemporary kitchen. A small table with colorful dinnerware is the perfect place to enjoy breakfast while enjoying the view outside.
Conveniently located near the kids' bedroom and the craft area, this laundry room from HGTV Green Home 2012, offers both a front-loading Energy Star-rated steam washer and a dryer. Playful word signs grace the walls of the space, reinforcing the home's green theme.
This kitchen features a small office area and playful dining nook for additional functionality. Traditional walnut cabinetry, a classic wood dining table and a vintage-style light fixture combine with contemporary artwork and a sleek orange banquette for a transitional look.
This newly-married tech couple from the South Bay enlisted Interior Design Fair’s help to transform their San Francisco condo into a comfortable urban getaway. Streamlined furnishings in neutral hues hues are paired with a shag area rug and playful artwork.
A pink rock crystal lamp teams with large-scale hummingbird artwork, setting the stage for an eclectic and playful home office. The space combines function and glamour with loads of fun color. The client's personality shines through the room in the form of fashion accessories from her own wardrobe, as well as framed playbills from some of her favorite shows.
Mixed patterns help cultivate a lively, playful energy in this multipurpose family room. Blue accents bring cool color to the room, and a lion's head art piece adds an unexpected touch of fun and fierceness.
Whimsical Hygge & West wallpaper sets the scene for this serene girly bedroom. Different shades of lilac and purple are used throughout the space to create a cohesive design without being matchy-matchy. The classic Jenny Lind twin bed is dressed in a variety of patterns, and a hanging chair is a cozy yet playful reading spot.
Light wood furniture is a smart, neutral choice for a nursery since it can grow with the child. A mod orange-and-blue area rug adds contemporary style underfoot, while elegant blue valances and shades blend beautifully into the walls. Accessories, like the floor lamp, showcase the parents' avid love of cycling.
By turning the room upside down (stripes on ceiling), designer Karen Wolf created a focal point, leading to the giant window showcasing the star of the room -Dwell Studios “Brushed Dot” fabric with peacock and yellow polka dots.