This sophisticated gray bedroom features a sponge-style paint treatment on the walls for an elegant look. The bed features a padded headboard as well as a tufted bench at the foot of the bed. The room also includes a pair of contemporary nightstands as well as a comfortable armchair.
Tiny black, gray and white subway tiles create a fun background for this built in wall cubby. A trio of glass shelves creates simple and stylish storage space. A stainless steel rim finishes the fixture for a functional bathroom addition.
This living room serves as a study and features gray sponge-painted walls arranged in gentle angles to form a round space. The white tray ceiling includes recessed lights to supplement the natural light coming in from the windows.
This small dining room, with its silver-sponged walls and crystal pendant fixture, makes a stunning statement in contemporary style. Surprisingly, blending a simple, modern dining table and chairs with this gilded style is an achievement in workability.
Inspired by the natural setting of the home, Fiorella Design uses pebble tile on the walls to create texture and drama in the space. A slim teak shelf cantilevers for a foot rest or a place for a sea sponge.
Make your little one’s birthday truly magical with an enchanted unicorn cake! This single digit cream tart cake is made with layers of sponge cake and buttercream, and decorated with all kinds of sweet embellishments.
This Asian style master bathroom has a large glass shower and sponged gray walls. The look is complete with a bamboo towel rack, wall art and traditional ceramic pottery. Thanks to the skylights and glass doors, the room is flooded with natural light.
Shower shelves provide decoration and storage in the shower. These stainless steel shelves are fit into a shower designed by Lori Carroll in Tucson, Ariz. They hold necessities like shampoo, conditioner and sponges on the inside of the shower and decor like candles on the outside.
If you’re decorating your counters with several similar color tones, it’s important to add interest with textures and size. This large coral piece and wooden bowl make a beautiful display, and the bowl is a great place for sponges, soaps and other spare toiletries for guests.