A stylish place to relax and converse with friends, this girls' sitting room includes a midcentury modern sofa, black and white striped armchair and a gallery wall with inspirational quotes and artwork.
This black and white living room feels chic and relaxed with sleek furnishings and modern art pieces. A black, Asian-influenced bench divides the space while matching white sofas provide a perfect spot to visit with friends.
The L-shaped tufted bench makes a vibrant statement against the bold, thick wall stripes in this breakfast nook. The kelly green coloring of the bench compliments the floral wall art mounted above. Clear plastic chairs are seated on the opposite side of a modern oval dining table. An orange floral centerpiece and brass light fixture finish the chic design.
A purple bench extends up into a tufted, upholstered headboard for a cozy and intriguing design element in this stylish dining room. Modern black leather chairs surround the remainder of the table allowing the alternating black and white pattern in the glass to stand out. A large hooded pendant light and a neon sign finish the space and add decorative lighting.
Sleek black and white decor keeps this home office simple, meditative and comfortable. Floating shelves and a curved dresser take storage up and off the floor while a chic armchair offers an ideal space for brainstorming.
A modern gas fireplace is the focal point of this contemporary living room. Black walls dramatically juxtapose white furniture and curtains and serve as a dramatic backdrop for bright splashes of color.
The dining room shows off this Newport Beach home's fresh take on coastal-inspired style. Hints of ocean blue contrast with the crisp white dining table and chairs. And a school of 3-D fish make their way across the back wall.
Like the kitchen, Gladys’ office is one of the home’s more toned-down spaces. The office may not house as many objects as the living room or family room, but what it does share with both of those rooms is a color palette of white and black with pops of red. Despite her bold choices in texture, pattern and size, Gladys admits that when it comes to color, she is, “mostly drawn to neutral tones.” It’s the understated nature of this palette that keeps the visual effect of her eclectic style under control while making all of the rooms feel related.