Vivid leaf green on the inside of these white sideboard cabinets attracts the eye and lends nuance and depth to this white contemporary space. The portrait artwork of Sammy Davis Jr. that hangs just above is crafted from bottlecaps.
Down the hall, three large portraits of Disney princesses give the walls an unexpected dose of color. When set against the polka dot wallpaper, these colorful canvases transform the space into a working art gallery.
Bold art prints pop against the white walls of this modern sitting space. The simple design allows the eyes to be drawn first to the art rather than the room. A black leather bench sits below the hung artwork nearing a wood accent wall with red lit squares displayed. A minimalist, three-footed wood chair sits alone in the open floor space.
To enter SOMA Design Studio's conference room, clients and designers must pass through two antique Chinese doors. These doors open to reveal a large concrete conference table with room for six natural saddle cab chairs to comfortably pull up. On the back walls, three pieces of artwork are featured-two 17th Century Portuguese paintings and one 20th Century portrait.
Kitchens are everyone’s favorite gathering spot, and this house is no different. It’s full of personality and retro chic to boot. Mint green is rapidly becoming my personal fave for kitchen applications and I really love using artwork in kitchens too. Not only do the Stansells have two Jeff Guy portraits displayed on the windowsill, they’ve layered them with pieces that their children have created. Micah and Whitney are really conscious of continuity in their home’s design: the color teal is represented again on the kitchen island and the breadbox. Besides the nostalgic range and mixer, the counters are 4x4 tiles as opposed to one solid surface and were recently restored by Micah himself.