Benjamin Moore's “Rockport Gray" paint covers the walls in this transitional bedroom and sets a perfect backdrop for the dark velvet wingback headboard from Hickory White. Custom drapes and traditional white lamps complete the space.
While it's true that this home in Beverly Hills, Calif., comes with ten different bedrooms, few can compete with the master suite. Here, a black platform bed, tufted loveseat and contemporary art generate some serious visual interest.
This blue velvet armchair is a beautiful piece in this traditional bedroom. A monogrammed pillow and damask cushion call out the icy blue and sand tones throughout the room. A mirrored nightstand keeps the look feeling fresh and updated.
The artwork's bright colors stand out radiantly against the neutral foundation of this living room's furniture and rugs. Unexpected textures—velvet, metal, even the houseplant—bring further visual interest to the space.
This space also showcases a custom velvet sofa designed to fit the octagonal corner of the room. Our clients also wanted a fireplace and retractable TV, all of which is also housed in the built-in bookcases. Another challenge was to properly incorporate all of the state-of-the-art technology in this room while still retaining the elegant appearance.