The art of Morocco accents this gold and silver bathroom mirror made of reworked metal and which presents artwork within its interior. The faint outline of palm trees that appear on royal blue walls is a dramatic touch.
Castle-like details adorn this traditional home office, which features a triptych of Gothic windows, elaborate crown molding and an intricately wrought door with iron detailing. Tall bookshelves match the room's soaring dimensions.
To ensure that this guest bedroom looked more modern than rustic, the designers balanced the deer triptych and raw wood coffee table with matte black floor lamps. Geometric-printed pillows and throws also elevate the space's style.
A triptych of arched glass windows surround wrap-around window seating in a neutral transitional dining room. A hammered copper breakfast tabletop is an elegant touch while a mix of funky patterned pillows add a fun splash of color.
This chic living room features taupe walls, a vibrant multicolored triptych and a large leather sectional sofa. A round glass coffee table, two tan accent chairs and gray curtains with matching throw pillows complete the look of the transitional space.
Bobbin chairs round out a seating area that includes two sofas and a glass-top coffee table in this neutral Mediterranean-inspired living room. A wrought-iron chandelier hangs from a vaulted ceiling, while triptych mirrors form the backdrop for the adjacent dining area.
Warm neutral colors, a sea grass rug with dark leather border and handmade corbels supporting antique cymbals are featured in this traditional dining room. A triptych of abstract metallic landscapes forms the focal point of the room, and a specially finished metallic octagonal ceiling gleams overhead.
With the help of a sleeper sofa, this living space can quickly become a bedroom for visiting friends or family members. A triptych of a deer adds interest to the wall and pairs well with the faux-fur throw pillows, shag rug and raw wood coffee table.
Special occasions call for a meal in the dining room. To ensure that the space would feel less formal and more approachable to guests, the designers outfitted the space with a distressed buffet and a farmhouse-style table. A beaded chandelier and an Asian-inspired triptych pack in even more visual interest.
“We just had fun in here, we have the mossy green walls and we brought in orange for the accent. We found this triptych painting, which was made by a local artist and we are in University of Texas land so people here will understand that is a longhorn which is their mascot,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
The family room boasts a collection of vintage furniture, finds and artwork curated to reflect and meet the needs of this young, modern family. The triptych above the sofa, a product of one of the Stansell’s art installations, manages to bridge all of the room’s colors successfully. The 1970s settee was recovered from a barn and brought back to life with the brightly colored teal upholstery. Whitney’s current most prized possession is the Candice Greathouse photograph above the fireplace.