This contemporary seating area is equally posh and cozy, creating the perfect setting for a wine-tasting night. Grab a couple bottles from the glass-enclosed wine room, and cozy up on the wine-hued sofa.
Sleek wooden chairs in contemporary style surround a long, rustic table in this modern, industrial wine bar in Houston, Tex. Black pendant lights feature a metallic interior casting a golden hue on the space.
Okinawa-based Kathryn Baugher of Up To Date Interiors created a setting inspired by Japanese culture in a palette of wine hues and metallics. This layered look combines textures and textiles to add interest and depth. Thrifted bamboo-patterned silverware and napkins styled to look like bows add fanciful flair.
A contemporary fireplace surrounded by turquoise-hued tile sits above a freestanding tub in this spa-like bathroom. Near the bathtub, built-in storage includes a wine rack for easy access from the tub.
Every inch of space is put to use in this streamlined kitchen, including a slim strip of cabinetry that serves as wine storage. Custom-designed, locally built cabinets in a soft gray hue are clean and crisp against white Caesarstone countertops and bright white trim.
A freestanding bathtub with brass fixtures sits beneath a “fireplace" cutout surrounded by turquoise-hued tile. Custom cabinetry offers towel storage, and a built-in wine rack sets the stage for a luxurious bathing experience. Cork plank flooring is durable and easy to clean.
An adjoining balcony creates a peaceful spot for enjoying coffee in the mornings or a glass of wine in the evening. This modern master bedroom features a black-and-white accent wall balanced by dark-hued draperies and Roman shades in a contrast pattern. White walls and bedding disappear to make the bold use of color and pattern pop.
Deep, wine-colored walls, along with the rust-hued velvet sofa, ottoman and coordinating accent pillows, give this living room a rich, contemporary feel. A metal tripod side table keeps things simple, holding only a vase and glass jar, while a traditional portrait, done in oil, and two botanical prints add interest on the wall.
This selection of doublefile viburnum earns its name from baseball size blooms that typically appear near the start of baseball season. Flowers begin greenish-white and finish pure white. Leaves add strong interest with a deeply pleated form and strong green hue through summer. Fall lights up the foliage in vivid shades of wine and burgundy. Plants grow 5 to 10 feet tall and wide. Hardy in Zones 5-8. Good to know: Full sun is the key to strongest flowering.