This undeniably fun bedroom is a colorful reflection of the budding artist who lives here. Angela's daughter is following in her footsteps and her bedroom/art studio is the perfect space to inspire creativity. Benjamin Moore's White Rain was applied to the walls and trim, then color matched for the drapery and area rug. This design technique creates a gallery-like feel by neutralizing the backdrop, and in this case, allowing her artwork and painterly fabrics to stand out. The crisp white bedside tables pop off of the dreamy wall color and the Pierre Frey fabrics on the pillows and bench are perfect to inspire an artist's imagination. Repeating an additional set of panels and upholstered cornice behind the headboard adds major aesthetic value, style, and an element of customization to this bedroom. My favorite element is the cat lamp, having a "cat nap" on the bedside chest.
Inspired by his client's custom pop art collection, designer Joe Human packed this modern apartment with bold prints and patterns. In the living room, polka dot wallpaper enlivens the space without competing with the vibrant artwork.
Taking cues from her clients' pop art, designer Caitlin Murray outfitted this bedroom with gray, yellow and green furnishings. Thus, the space features a gray headboard and matching curtains, as well as two industrial-style nightstands. Green pillows tie further the space together.
Modern pop art jumps from the charcoal gray walls in this eye-catching living room. White and metallic furniture pieces ground the space, while vibrant accent pieces pull from the striking hues in the artwork.
The couple wanted to really show off their postmodern style in the living room, so designers brought in several pop art photographs to create a gallery wall in order to personalize the design for the homeowners and their space.