This traditional white and blue galley kitchen features a stainless steel range and microwave, simple white cabinetry, sleek gray counters, and white subway tile. A unique tribal art piece adds visual interest to the space while stainless steel hardware helps anchor the white within the room.
A different take on the open living-kitchen concept, this utterly modern living room features a dramatic stone and hand-plastered fireplace, a curved black mohair sofa and vintage midcentury modern cocktail table, all in keeping with the modernist, organic, tribal, art-centric vision of the Pinewood Forest Idea Home.
A large tile hearth top breaks up the white coloring of the base and mantel. Tiers create a layered mantel decorated with rows of pottery for a quintessential southwestern look. Tribal wall art adds a pop of vibrant color to mix with the muted tones and neutrals in the design.
Overlap furniture and furnishings - In your living room, upholster your sofa in a soft velvet, add layered rugs and balance with a well-curated display of art. Simple white coffee table shows off the changing layers of a personal collection.
Muted blue walls compliment the warm wood tones in this dining room. Tribal pottery and colorful wall art are positioned above a wood hutch. A dining table and chairs with sharp, modern lines adds a handcrafted look.
A Pakistani hand-knotted red and ivory bokhara wool rug commands attention and tells a story of custom craftsmanship. These tribal bokhara rugs are made by nomads in Pakistan who spend years weaving each intricate detail into this piece of art.