This black home office was originally an enclosed porch with no electricity or air conditioning. Picture frame molding was added to the walls, and pocket doors replaced the previous room's swinging doors. A fun pendant fixture from Terrain throws interesting patterns on the wall at night.
Here, an industrial table creates a unique accent piece for this sitting area. Blue artwork and a blue and white patterned rug help add color to the space, while the elegant chair provides a great space to read or simply relax.
A mix of vintage and modern pieces creates a one-of-kind space. Two large mirrors flanking French doors add depth to the room. The white upholstered chairs and cowhide rug create an elegant reading vignette near the outdoor gardens.
The classic red, white and blue theme is given a contemporary update in this guest bedroom sitting area. Timeless patterns––checks, stripes and gingham––add layers of sophistication and visual interest to the design.
IDF Studio was hired by a young, design-conscious couple to transform their newly purchased Noe Valley home into a relaxed, modern retreat. In perfect harmony with the home’s crisp architecture, we created a design that exudes the clients’ warm, understated style.
The orange wallpaper accent wall adds warmth and texture to this eclectic living space. An exposed brick wall and factory cart coffee table lend an industrial vibe to the room, while a white shag rug grounds the colorful space.
In this living space from designer Elizabeth P. Clarke, aream leather chair is accented with a red pillow in front of a glass hallway. Tips from the designer: Lighting is a fabulous way to create a focal point, and pillows or throw blankets on a sofa can transform a bland couch into a centerpiece of a room.
This contemporary office combines style, comfort and function. A chrome and glass desk takes center stage, while a flokati rug adds softness to the space. The closet is transformed into a reading nook with a tufted leather loveseat and stunning metallic wallpaper, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project.