Adorable wallpaper from Spoonflower is the highlight of this Carriage House powder room from Vermilion Design Interiors with offices in both Atlanta and Highlands, North Carolina. Designer Bill Cook of Vermilion was inspired by the home's name, Foxtail, and so decided to decorate this bath appropriately. Cook says he "thought that this was the bath of a rather flamboyant and elusive fox who had escaped the hunt and flaunted his friends and family on the walls...swiping a couple of the red wool British hunting jackets and repurposing them as sink and window treatments."
The same gold and black color scheme continues from Boyd's living room to his dining room and kitchen. Editing is key in Boyd's view. "The best designers are great editors," he notes, "It's not always easy to practice restraint."
The terrace level of the Naturally home could be an in-law suite, but in Rebecca Cartwright's case, will be transformed into a rental unit. With its own entrance, kitchen, bath and living areas, adding these kinds of adaptable , self-contained spaces to homes is a new trend that can expand the use value of your home.
For continuity and impact, amplify your copper and cobalt color scheme throughout your room, not just on the table. Add affordable copper accessories to your mantel, bookshelves and sidebar to give a feeling of richness.
Stow everyday dishes in the cupboard and pull out seasonally themed pieces. Designer Lauren Liess of Pure Style Home layered a vintage quilt over a linen curtain panel to create a one-of-a-kind tablecloth with incredible fall appeal. To coordinate with the season, she brought in pumpkins, nuts and fresh herbs to form a table-length centerpiece. A mix of crystal glasses and wood cutting boards share a fusion of rustic style with refined elements.
A red, white and blue color theme for this kids bunk room features nautical decor, including the rope ladder to get to the top bunk. White shiplap walls give the space coastal flair, which is a perfect match for the beach bungalow.
Featuring a transportation theme, this boy's bedroom includes red hanging letters, graphic bedding and a painted headboard. The red, white and blue color palette is classic and versatile for years to come.
Designer Genevieve Gorder has a bone to pick with this room design. "My fear with this room is that the child will love it today but outgrow it tomorrow, and that's a waste," explains Candice. "Quality core pieces like the dressers are great starting points; they'll last forever and transition easily. I would have liked to see the theme established with more attention to the temporary accessories in this room rather than the more permanent construction elements."
With a dad that plays professional baseball, it's no wonder the kids love it too. This fun, rustic playroom has plenty of floor space for playing, table space for creating and storage space for hiding toys.
The safari-themed decor in this guest room does not overwhelm the space. Framed animal portraits, an ornate dresser and colorful throw pillows with an elephant print work perfectly with the soothing neutral palette.