Natural light floods this soft yellow foyer with a round-top front door that mirrors the shape of a large window. Two brown lamps sit atop the wooden console table, while a blue and brown floor medallion sits at the center of the neutral marble floor.
For a larger feeling in the office space, designers used rounded, floor-to-ceiling doors an windows, drawing the eye upward to the pitched ceiling and recessed lighting, creating a bright, warm and inviting space.
In this sophisticated home, the transition between indoors and out is made gracefully seamless with a large sliding glass door and a stone wall that extends from the interior dining area out to the patio.
To make a stunning frame for this master bedroom's harbor view, the designers customized a round set of windows and doors that practically fill up one entire wall. The pale palette of the room's interior also draws attention to the outdoor scenery.
A warm wood console table greets visitors at the door of this midcentury home, as well as provides storage for books, keys and mail. To complete the vignette, designer Barbara Vail hung a round, gold-trimmed mirror, which helps to make the small space feel larger and more open.