No space is wasted including this landing in designer Boyd's home. Boyd creates a memorable, striking vignette by placing a series of sculptural items including a striking fur ottoman and a distinctive light fixture in close proximity. The result is a tableaux worthy of a contemporary art gallery.
Before deciding on accent pieces for your outdoor living room, be sure to take into consideration their shape. Since most sectionals, sofas or love seats are rectangular in shape, help mix things up a bit by introducing end tables in more geometric shapes to help break up the linearity.
The sparkling, contemporary chandelier is a gorgeous highlight in the HGTV Smart Home 2015 master bedroom. According to the house planner, Jack Thomasson, “There was a very deliberate orientation of that fixture, so that at night time when the light is on and you’re on the street, it’s like this perfect framing of the fixture from the front of the house. We spent a lot of time working on getting it the right distance from the ceiling to see it from the street, and it looks really cool.”
The focal point of this light and bright bathroom is a custom sculptural sink made to look like a waterfall. The homeowner didn't want pipes to be visible under the sink, so designer Margot Mandel created a sink that would drain into the shower. Wooden ceilings and a small corner rock garden finish off the look of the space.
Sculptural pendants make use of the vaulted ceiling in the living room. A dotted area rug and sleek sectional anchor the seating area below. The low-slung bench with extra cushions offers additional seating for entertaining.