Paul plays with texture and shape in the living room, adding to its fanciful aesthetic. The furnishings are a mix of modern classics, including Eames seating, an Arne Jacobson Swan Sofa, and an Arco Floor Lamp. Color and texture are on display through art. The yellow flowers in the canvas over the sofa are three-dimensional and roughly textured, while a painted chair injects a rainbow of colors into the room.
To create a functional living space conveying a love of cooking, art, and life in general, the designer drew inspiration from the homeowners’ private collection: a stunning Moroccan antique door from a trip to Marrakesh.
The highlight of this neutral studio is the surrounding windows, providing all-over natural light and views of the outdoor landscape. Minimalist in design in order to provide artistic inspiration and solitude, simple hardwood floors and wood paneled ceilings provide fitting finishing touches.
Nestled into the hillside of this contemporary home's backyard is a studio bump-out addition, compete with a pivoting glass door. Minimal design features are included inside the studio, making it the perfect place for a homeowner seeking solitude or artistic inspiration in the midst of beautiful scenery.
This elegant entry in the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014 features a glamorous chandelier, arched windows, and natural artistic elements. Designers Elan Evans and Charlotte Meyn took inspiration from the lines and shapes in the garden and integrated them into the foyer.