This urban loft with concrete ceilings and columns is warmed up by wood flooring. The platform bed and color palette are Asian inspired. A contemporary storage unit acts as a room divider, giving the bedroom a sense of privacy in the open floor plan.
Gorgeous wood paneling and cabinets give a refined cabin feel to this open concept kitchen and dining area. Spare, clean-lined elements are expertly mixed with organic accents like the wood table and stools.
A red wall, symbolic of good luck in Chinese tradition, anchors this living area. Low, neutral furniture with built-in side tables sits above a silk handmade Cha-Cha rug by Formaonline.com. Artwork by the architect provides a finishing touch.
A garden of lush grasses and shrubs are cocooned in a sculptural woven bowl called The Nest. Evoking a sense of protection and tranquility, The Nest is centered on the idea of the home as a warm, cozy retreat from the world.
Gold accents, red walls, soft lighting and a travertine counter top make this powder room fitting for an Old Hollywood starlet. Kim Smart's delicate embellishments and ornate accessory choices create a most impressive space.
To give his guest bathroom bold, graphic impact, Chris had the walls covered in a brown and white pattern wallpaper from Schumacher called Balusters. Altogether the wallpaper and installation came to $1600.
The great outdoors comes into this Asian bathroom, thanks to the unique wallpaper depicting a pastoral countryside scene. Bold red lines recall a wooden home or gazebo and elevate an otherwise ordinary powder room.
Sometimes referred to as Zen, this style fuses elements from Japan, China, Bali, Vietnam and Thailand. Primary elements include open floor plans, exposed architectural elements and an emphasis on harmony and nature.