A salon designed by BAMO in a luxury Hong Kong villa features grand and whimsical touches such as white lacquer trellis screens with columns of rings and a marble floor with a scrolling pattern. Some of the furnishings are in neoclassical style.
Every retreat needs some sort of screen or walls to provide a sense of privacy. If space is at a premium (think deck or balcony retreat), try a living wall planter or vines on a trellis to screen a space without gobbling real estate. A fence, lattice or hedge provides year-round privacy, while plantings may only shelter your retreat during the height of the growing season. This hideaway bench boasts industrial style that’s tucked behind a living screen of joe pye weed (Eutrochium) and tall maiden grass (Miscanthus sinensis).