Bright red accent pieces and dark navy details pop against the bright white design of this bathroom. A thick wood frame around the circular mirror over a shiplap wall brings a southern, country feel to soften the room. White subway tile covers the shower interior with a cutout shelf for convenient storage.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson transformed this once dated, drafty space into a cozy and contemporary retreat with plenty of room to entertain. Dark pink walls were painted a fresh white and covered in bright grasscloth wallpaper and a once over-imposing fireplace replaced with sleek white marble. To satisfy her clients' differing design tastes, Sarah incorporated vintage metallic decorative pieces with streamlined modern furniture. A large patterned rug ties the room together and adds warmth and interest to the new hardwood floors.
Classic red theater seats add vintage flair to the playroom. A plush, white rug covers the floor space for extra comfort and coziness when coloring, reading or watching a movie. A long, narrow nook in the wall provides the perfect place for glass bookshelves, and a small built-in table underneath the TV inspires the young artists to create their next masterpiece.
A white design base gives this bedroom a bright look. A headboard panel mounted to the wall adds subtle texture over the white covers with faux fur throw pillow. A pair of nightstands feature textured green sliding cabinet doors. Red and orange throw pillows add vivid color to the bench at the foot of the bed and compliment the wall art above the nightstands. A vintage chair with colorful velvet cushions finishes off the funky, colorful design.