This gray and white midcentury living room has an open beam ceiling that gradually slopes down to outer glass walls. Furnishings are kept spare but striking: a gray leather sectional, lime green chair and vibrant wavy striped rug.
A grid of wavy glass squares set into a screen reflects light into the living room. Each glass panel was handblown, then silvered and washed for a murky, underwater effect. A softly curved antique Irish console softens the space; cast-bronze pigeons alighted on the salvaged balustrade are an allegory of the city.
So many elements of this bunk room design are just awesome. The wavy wallpaper on the back wall is really fun and gives the room an underwater effect. Rope ladders provide access to upper bunks; the turquoise rope coordinates perfectly with the wallpaper and oak steps were custom fabricated. For storage, closets are on either side of the room, both with blue sliding barn doors with black hardware. The pendant light is made from pieces of plastic that attach to a frame, so it’s durable in case of kid mishap, but also resonates with the watery feel.
This powder room, featured on HGTV's Restored by the Fords, starts with a white foundation—white walls and a floating white sink—then layers in black fixtures, a pendant light and cool, swirling stripes on the wall and floor. The result? Stunning!
This small transitional powder room off of the entryway features an accent wall outfitted with carved stone tiles in a wave pattern. Various levels of lighting accentuate the texture further, filling the neutral space with personality.
This small neutral powder room off of the entryway features an accent wall outfitted with carved stone tiles in a wave pattern. Various levels of lighting accentuate the texture further in the transitional space.
Wavy wallpaper and aqua and navy linens make this bunk room an underwater adventure. A site-built platform supports the lower queen mattress and X-long twin above. The turquoise rope is perfect for the rope ladder and the wallpaper is such a beautiful blue and fits the theme perfectly.
Warm tones from the wood cabinets and polished tile floors soften this modern room, creating a comfortable cooking space. The mottled glass-front cabinets bring a lightness to the space without fully revealing the dish ware -- and possible disorganization -- that lies behind. Unique red and chrome barstools at the kitchen island punch color into the kitchen