A mix of patterns and textures creates visual interest and tactile appeal in this contemporary meets masculine home office. A grid-patterned armchair and ottoman pair with a navy-and-white plaid rug, while the entire room features gray grasscloth wall coverings.
This neutral bathroom features a simple white pedestal sink paired with a small medicine cabinet. Tan grasscloth wallpaper covers the walls, while marble tiles line the shower. An Aubrey Hepburn print hangs above the toilet, adding a vintage touch to the space.
The red ottoman in the room brings focus away from the large floral stencils covering the walls and part of the ceiling. The contemporary lamp acts as the inspiration piece as the walls pick up the floral theme.
Bright red wallpaper with a lobster print covers one half of the wall in this bathroom. White shiplap covers the other half of the wall to keep the space from appearing too busy, and a nautical-theme toilet paper holder finishes the look.
Start with a theme, even in a small bathroom. Robin LaMonte, owner of Rooms Revamped Interior Design, continued the travel motif from a nearby bonus room into this bathroom, by using framed photos of planes and a faux propeller from a discount home decor store. For an interesting background, she covered the walls in grasscloth. While grasscloth can be expensive, you can find it at a discount if you look around -- this one was $45 for a roll and more than half off the usual price, she says.
Previously void of color and pattern, the updated breakfast nook is packed with vibrant hues and graphic lines. The walls are painted navy blue and the windows are covered with red plaid curtains, which match the red Parson chairs.
This home office from Shelly Riehl contrasts traditional furnishings and window treatments with whimsical elements, including fish wall sculptures, a red, black, and gray rug, and animal-print fabric-covered chairs.
For a play on warm and cool tones, the cabinets were covered with a rich red paint that contrasts with the cool shade of blue-grey on the surrounding walls. When pairing reds, whites and blues, choose unexpected tones to prevent a thematic look.
This modern basement bathroom features a red brick accent wall, lending a rustic look to the space. Simple white tiles cover the glass enclosed shower, while a rectangular sink basin gives the vanity a modern touch.