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.
This condo is full of luxurious textiles, rich color palettes, attractive textures and a daring mix of old and new. Traditional accessories and furnishings inspired by the Orient were combined with modern installations. These components are what make innovation and finesse ooze from the space.
The subtle masculinity of the condo also includes elements of Zen and relaxation, whether it's the ultra deep sofa created for many to enjoy at once or the oversized swivel chairs in the main room. If someone is ever lucky enough to see this high-rise jewel, it may not be a bad idea to toast the town from the fourteen-foot custom bar with floor-to-ceiling windows. Viva Las Vegas!
Meticulously designed with special attention placed in the tiniest of details, every surface was considered. Traditional accessories and furnishings inspired by the Orient were combined with modern installations.
To highlight the color in the space, designers used a neutral color palette to anchor the space and help reflect the natural light from the windows. Mirrors were then added to reflect the color and light, making the space look brighter.
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.
To connect the first floor and second floor spaces, designers added a colorful, geometric wall covering that runs floor to ceiling. This gives each space a pop of color, making them bright and energizing-perfect for a workout space.
Textured wallcoverings by Phillip Jeffries make the walls recede in this master bedroom. Against them, the Kelly Wearstler fabric of the bed leaps out at the eye, a dazzle of pattern in the neutral space. A turquoise storage bench is perfect punctuation at the end of the stylish statement. Table lamps: Aerin; nightstands: Made Goods