To make a statement, designer Claire Paquin incorporated accent colors and patterns on the main pieces of furniture. The floral upholstery on the back of the tuxedo sofa is a gorgeous twist, adding feminine flair to its sleek silhouette.
Chandeliers are a constant throughout Tin's home and give the space its airy, French, feminine feel. But the one in her master is especially eye-catching and modern. Windows on two sides of the room add to the room's open, opulent feel.
Bright pops of color in unexpected places keep the living room feeling fresh and lively throughout. Above the fireplace, a bright pink juju hat, originally a sign of nobility worn by royalty and aristocrats in the Cameroon, hangs in a regal position, bringing color to the room.
These stunning chairs with custom faux bois upholstery designed by Julianne Taylor are, unfortunately, no longer in production. But they perfectly suit Taylor's Asian-influenced and color-infused living room.
The master bedroom features a wall mural designed by Ana Claudia and installed by a local artist. The abstract design is repeated in painted lamp shades on the bedside tables. The cozy bedroom vignette is completed with art and textiles in a calming palette of blue and light pink.
This cozy bedroom features layers of textures and pattern all set against a striking black feature wall. The rustic, wooden bed frame stands out against the colorful and varied patterns of the throw pillow. To the right of the bed, a large ampersand, a symbol of connection that was widely featured in Tanika and Brian’s wedding sits by the window. Its weathered metal is a perfect echo of the weathered wood of the headboard - once a room divider that Tanika repurposed for the room.
A sculptural metal light fixture in an hourglass shape with soft white rope shade casts a glow above the dining table, a nod to the coastal influence seen throughout this Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, home.
An eight foot by four foot Celery Jones original art installation dominates the back wall of this converted garage. Using tones of white cognac, mustard yellow and deep hunter green, the painting evokes a Midcentury Modern vibe and anchors the lounge area of the room.
This modular sofa breathes life and fun into this unique library space. Though it’s made of four pieces that can easily be separated and spread around a room, it’s hard to deny the impact they have when working together. Combined with the room’s other elements like the conceptual lamp, stained glass door and the funky art piece overhead, the sofa is a perfect finishing touch.