A patterned wallpaper on above the molding decorates and adds a faux texture effect to the room design. Blush pink chairs are the centerpiece of the design, popping agains the white walls and deep hardwood floor.
In this bedroom, one of six in the home, the furnishings were wisely kept neutral so as to direct attention to the beautiful wallpaper. Golden vines climb up a dusty rose background and lend warmth and sophistication to the room.
Guests will clamor for a dinner party invitation in this gorgeous dining room, papered in beautiful green wallpaper featuring birds and flowering trees. Bright yellow chairs pick up the yellow roses on the walls creating a cohesive, visually striking design.
Blue and white toile wallpaper in a pattern of birds in flight among intricate leaves and flowers projects a touch of Paris in this otherwise simply designed bathroom. Pure Interiors Design added a gold-framed mirror, brushed metal candle sconces and a glass vase of cut roses to further uplift the look.
A purple wall is countered with a hot pink bar with a white countertop stretching the length of the room. A black and white rose floral wall is decorated with bright multicolor butterflies. Butterflies hanging in the wire case surrounding the light bulbs bring the creatures to life with a 3D look. A food display is perfectly organized down the long countertop.
The tall, striking shade of a midcentury modern lamp echoes the metallic, reflective feel of cool and attractive teal bedroom wallpaper. A whimsical dog statue carries the teal into the accents in the room, and a vase of fresh roses completes the ensemble.
Nodding to the Italians’ great use of color, the dining room is enveloped in raspberry grass cloth wallpaper. A large, lamp-shade chandelier hangs over a long wood dining table adorned with a dainty runner and floral centerpiece. Upholstered armchairs are fixed at the ends of the table with wood chairs lining the sides.
When you have a bathroom with gorgeous wallpaper, like this chinoiserie print, you don’t have to splurge on the countertop or sink details. Atlanta designer Michele Gratch installed a faucet from a home improvement store with an antique bronze finish and a tiny vase with fresh roses to match the wall’s pink palette.