The guest bathroom features a lot of grand design, including clay stamped, white tiles, hex floor tiles with a black pencil accent, and a wall mounted faucet above the wooden vanity, giving the small space a vintage 1900s feel.
White ceiling beams on a painted chartreuse ceiling create a modern farmhouse-like feel. A large chandelier with leaf-like design sports striped shades, a playful touch to a room packed with personality.
To create the perfect city escape Mikel added in rural and rustic elements. In this case, the designer drew on his Trading Spaces experience with a DIY project. Mikel couldn’t get barn doors delivered in a small New York elevator, so he decided to build his own. “This is New York and we don’t have yards,” he says, “so I had to bring the wood up and build the doors in my living room.”
Nana Yaa has a way of turning every moment into a showcase. At the top of the stairs, traveling from the first floor to the second, one is greeted with even more small delights in the hallway. Here, a collection of her favorite shoes are fashionably displayed. The most eye-catching—a pair of Nike’s personalized with the designer’s name.
The details in this space help to bring the eclectic style to life. From a Mid-Century Modern dresser to a rustic, woven basket and thistles, this space brings in several design styles and blends them expertly to create a sophisticated space.
This wooden buffet features midcentury modern design paired with contemporary details, like embossed cabinet doors and gold metallic legs. Two forest green lamps with black shades sit atop the buffet, while a multicolored framed print hangs above. A gold hand sculpture provides a finishing touch.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, a cramped and dirty basement was transformed into an open, functional space for a growing family of four. Keeping her clients' two young boys in mind, Sarah chose durable design details such as hard-wearing wood paneling, slate tile floors and thick-fiber curtains that will withstand years of use.