Bright orange accents add pizzazz to this contemporary foyer. A vintage fiberglass table centers the room, and a stunning crystal chandelier hangs above. On one side of the space, a wallcovering with gray polka dots and orange damask stretches from the wall to the ceiling. A vintage orange bicycle and a large self-portrait complete the snazzy design.
With an interest in street art, designer Cecilie Starin turned to surfer and muralist Ian Ross, whose designs are inspired by kelp, for the eye-catching wallcovering in "Street Soiree," the dining room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. Ross spray painted 17 yards of canvas for the wallcovering, which is complemented by black lacquered paint and a black-and-white striped ceiling.
To complete the captivating design in Las Vegas' Mandarin Oriental, décor was flown in from all corners of the globe, giving the condo a worldly feel in a city known as the world's playground. Among the dozens of one-of-a-kind pieces include Italian-sourced hand painted aluminum panels covering the bar front and a six-foot terra cotta Hun statue from China.
In the first and larger of the two guest rooms, designers chose twin beds that had a very high quality, modern look, as well as trundle beds for added functionality. This arrangement gives the homeowners lots of options for sleeping guests-the beds can be separate as twin beds; they can be pushed together to become a king-sized bed; they can be pushed together with one trundle out; or they can be left separate with both trundles out. This allows the homeowners to comfortably accommodate any of their friends and family with ease.
In the second story of the gym's space, the bright, geometric design covers the walls on all sides of the room. Mirrors in the front of the space reflect the color, making the space feel bright and exciting.
The second of the two guest rooms is designed to be a little more youthful and fun with pops of blue and purple. Although smaller than the first, the modern design and abundance of natural light, makes the space feel plenty spacious, while a trundle on one of the beds helps to accommodate more people.
Meticulously designed with special attention placed in the tiniest of details, every surface was considered. This condo is full of luxurious textiles, rich color palettes, attractive textures and a daring mix of old and new.
Designers were challenged to create a social hub that was activated through color, so they used a neutral color palette to anchor the space, while the colorful, geometric wall covering that extended throughout the space added a pop of color. Then, to make the narrow room seem larger, mirrors were added to capture the natural light and create the illusion of a larger environment.