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Photo By: Tamara Beltran
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To add height to the space and add visual interest to the corner, a wooden book tower was added. This is an excellent way to allow your favorite hardbacks to serve double duty as accessories. The best way to showcase books in a timeless manner is to remove the book jackets, keep them stored away and let the true colors of the books shine.
By simply adding a book tower to one corner for keeping favorite hardcovers handy and on display, and incorporating a rolling caddy to house art and craft supplies, the space is perfectly equipped to be used for creative and work purposes any day of the week.
The owner of this bedroom wanted a tv; black wallpaper helps camouflage it. The wallpaper seams turned out to look awkward, so to hide them, the designer cleverly added thin, black molding to give the walls a paneled look.
Contemporary gold sconces flank the slipcovered black headboard, which creates a striking contrast against the gray-and-white bedding. A sleek nightstand adds extra storage to the space, while motorized navy shades block out light.
The pool deck is partially covered by a modern aluminum trellis to connect the open outdoor kitchen and dining pavilion with the dock. The swimming pool and comfortable outdoor furniture has panorama views of the Biscayne Bay.
Enjoy the view from this elegant, rustic kitchen, with high ceilings, large windows and natural wood tones. The large, all-wooden kitchen island features a warming drawer beneath and storage around the side, with the high-end gas range nearby and rock stone backsplash.
Infinity Edge Hot Tub and Pool Terrace Enjoy Unobstructed Views of Phoenix
The infinity edge hot tub and pool terrace enjoy unobstructed views of the Phoenix valley and surrounding red-rocked mountains. Planters filled with cacti help delineate the edge off the terrace without interrupting the vista.
With so much amazing design going on in this living room, it’s easy to miss some of the smaller details that make it work. Tamara does an excellent job of creating layers in this living room. Every instance of a pattern or color is echoed or repeated somewhere else in the room so that nothing feels out of place. Just in this vignette, the leopard print of the pillow is repeated in the stool, while the yellow of the throw blanket is repeated in several of the art pieces on the wall. This maximalist approach works best when every element in the room reinforces several others.