Though this bathroom is narrow, the window and polished nickel mirrors let in lots of light, making it feel bigger. An elegant oval back Victorian style chair at the counter is the perfect spot to put on makeup.
The vanity's oval under-mount sink has an intricate textural paisley pattern on a white background. The master bath's other vanity has an under-mount sink decorated with a textural herringbone pattern, also on a white background.
This side chair is a perfect moment demonstrating the layering of color and pattern that is central to this interior’s design. A mid-century chair has been upholstered in a festive block print pattern. To top it off, an African wax print pillow by a favorite Brooklyn boutique, xNasozi (http://www.osxnasozi.com/), completes the color story.
Stone abounds in this sophisticated traditional outdoor kitchen at the home of Kim Granatell, formerly on "The Real Housewives of New Jersey." She used Source Outdoor furniture when she redid her backyard.
Warm neutrals, textural layers and subtle detailing set the tone for this sophisticated bedroom oasis. The colorful artwork in this bedroom brings a splash of color to this bedroom space. The contemporary furniture creates a sleek look that makes this space feel elegant and stylish.
Fit for royalty, this master bedroom has class and sophistication. Dramatic curtains drape around the window and headboard, while a crystal chandelier suspends from above. Upholstered chairs on either side of the bed ensure there's a place for the avid reader to enjoy a good book (or two). A bench at the foot of the bed helps with getting dressed and ready for the day.
Understated neutrals create a soothing retreat in a bedroom with a tufted bed. A beautiful area rug adds a level – and layer – of sophistication to the neutral room, while a small chairs add additional seating.
An elegant platform bed upholstered in rich navy velvet anchors this bedroom with walls painted a very faint shade of millennial pink. The room combines interesting textures, coastal-inspired art and industrial elements that fit the locale.
Once inside the man-cave, the cool angles and architectural features clearly identifies it as a former attic space. The room is accessorized with black and white images of career milestones and nostalgic art that references the homeowner's home town. There are two seating areas, a game table, a live edge counter with four barstools and of course a massive television. This room meets the needs of whatever type of guests our homeowner is hosting. There are four large club chairs for casual business meetings, a comfy sofa for lounging, or we can fill every seat for a big sporting event. Every element in this room has a purpose, but we still managed to inject good design principals into finishes, the space plan and overall mood to ensure a great result.