The Pierre Frey fabric used for these black and white Roman Shades serves as inspiration for this boys bedroom, featuring a charcoal grey faux shagreen headboard, ebony accent pieces and an antique mirror.
Look for hidden surprises under book jackets. Designer Heather Hogan Roberts found a mutual pink palette by pairing up a book with a dust cover and a bare book, then topped it with a piece of cheap coral.
The beautiful oak floors, white walls and grand ceiling height provided a great envelope for a sparse yet cozy design. Using a black, white and gray palette, the furnishings complement rather than compete with the architecture. A fur throw pillow adds a small and subtle texture addition, and the graphic blanket contributes pattern to the solid space.
“Cake stands are a fun way to add height and layering,” says interior designer Jade Joyner, co-owner of Metal + Petal in Athens, Ga. She then tied the red in the cake stand to the bottom level with Asian foo dog statues. For texture, use plants and glassware, like these vintage hobnob glasses. Don’t forget the greenery, either, with houseplants and low-maintenance plants, like the bird’s nest fern on the bottom level and a glass cloche terrarium with a succulent.
This attractive kitchen uses glossy white cabinets, stainless steel appliances and a concrete floor to create a chic, clean foundation. Layer in orange and hot pink accessories and suddenly, it's a cheery, vibrant space.
Crisp white hues pair with dramatic black hues for a high-contrast look in this gorgeous kitchen. Fresh-cut flowers and other accessories are corralled in a wood tray, making the space feel personalized and homey.
This house was designed to meet the clients goals of a house that straddles the worlds of both traditional and modern design in terms of both style as well as separation of living spaces. Aged accessories surround the master bed with softly embroidered pillows.