Designers took the lower level powder room of a historic David Adler mansion from being dingy and dated to updated and chic! Gold and white stools tuck in under the lucite vanity and embellished wallpaper further ups the glitz appeal.
While Angela Blehm’s Georgia home showcases her design aesthetic beautifully, her art studio is where she really gets to let the creativity flow. The bright floral print fabric on the vintage desk chair and the pale blue framed mirror are just a few of the touches that make this studio fun and inviting. Every color, pattern, texture, and medium is available in this space. I could barely resist picking up a paintbrush myself! Seeing Angela in this place of creation it’s clear, that with her passion for art and design, the possibilities are endless.
A closed-off lounge makes one thing clear: you have to be on the A-list to hang out here. Notice the photographs of all those celebrities on the wall? That's just 1 of 100 curated art installations in the house.
This delightful patio in England designed by Cool Gardens Landscaping Ltd. is the perfect spot for afternoon tea and features a towering garden hedge that serves as an organic art gallery wall complete with an outdoor TV screen and audio system.
A series of portraits of odd-shaped creatures are framed and hanging on a black wall above a plush, soft sofa. Two round tables sit on either side of the sofa, which has a coordinating plush ottoman. Four orb pendant lights add lighting and style to the space.
The homeowner of this modern home is an avid art collector, so the walls are all kept clean and white to let the art be the star. In this intermediate space, a large portrait offers a burst of color amidst the cool neutral tones of the home.
The wall molding adds visual interest to the solid yellow color. A striped and floral headboard and matching draperies complement the wall color and add feminine touch to the space. An antique portrait is framed over the bed, and a metal and crystal chandelier adds elegance to the room's delicate patterns.
In the conference room, a large concrete table adds texture to the space. Around it, rest six natural saddle cab arm chairs that add warmth to the space, but also provide a comfortable place for designers and clients to discuss ideas and close deals. Decorating the walls of this space, two 17th Century Portuguese paintings hang proudly on the white wall, while a 20th Century portrait adorns the exposed brick.