This small contemporary living room derives a lot of its visual interest from its odd shape, as well as its exposed brick wall. The exposed brick lends an industrial edge while much of the furnishings are traditional in style which creates a nice contrast.
A painting by artist Math Bass creates a focal point above a mirrored console on this west-facing wall. The nearby dining table by actor-turned-interior designer Billy Haines is topped by Alex Israel’s “Risky Business," a cut glass replica of the famed egg from the 1983 film of the same name. The homeowner's art collection is showcased throughout the renovated penthouse.
Black and white photos are dispersed throughout the custom wood accent wall in this striking bedroom. The photos, some of people and some of nature, help personalize the space and connect it to the home's setting.
A large custom hood tops one of two islands in this rustic Colorado kitchen. The room features dark woods and stone walls that befit the home's woodsy mountain setting. Large windows overlook the stunning views across the Colorado mountains.
As seen on HGTV Design Star, the one standout feature in this gray bedroom is Doug's feature wall. He uses a graphic black-and-white wallpaper to create the focal point and adds a large round mirror to expand the small space and reflect the view of the city. Candice loves the contrast of the patterned wallpaper and how the mirror adds depth to the room.
A basic white cabinet is brought to life with a DIY project courtesy of Sam Ushiro and Kyle Larsen. Instead of leaving the store-brought cabinet plain and boring, they added geometric door knobs and made a cabinet that was as unique as they are.