When David’s not working in his busy west-side shop he’s tooling around the house or working from his home office. The desk was created by topping a pair of vintage file boxes with thick glass - a smart move if you need storage but don’t want a big, bulky desk with drawers. The graphic overscale calendar with its bold black and white design feels like a piece of art.
Photographer Robert Petersen’s photo of an Icelandic Horse was the perfect jumping off point for inspiration. Crisp whites, muted blues and pale wood tones give the room a natural, dreamy vibe. With wood itself a high-priced commodity in Iceland, Brian opted for a stunning faux-bois wallpaper to complete the look.
Brian made it feel part of the living space by extending the wallpaper into the nook, then arranging a low-slung banquette and small ottomans around a generous table. He kept the corner from feeling too cluttered by opting for a transparent table base to keep the footprint light. It’s the perfect spot for extra dinner guests, catching up on emails or game nights with friends from the neighborhood.
Whether relaxing at the end of an epic day skiing or gathering with friends and family to relax and recharge, this stylish lodge-style bonus room is sure to please with ski charm incorporated into every inch.
The living room has surprising pops of colors and textures that add interest to the white and grey color scheme of the space. The acrylic table is light and translucent, allowing visual access to the grey pouf ottoman underneath. The tabletop accents and vignettes add more color and texture to the space.
When they feel like having a quiet night in, the owners can retreat to the den. Here, reclaimed wood ceilings, a stone fireplace and stacks of firewood set quite the cozy tone, while a plush sectional, two spotted armchairs and another set of chairs give everyone room to curl up.
In this open concept living room, designers planned a concrete fireplace for a hint of industrial edge. The rest of the furnishings are simple and coastal chic: shiplap paneling, warm woods and natural fibers.
Caramel bamboo floors, streamlined lighting and Valspar Seafoam Storm paint make this bright and open space feel like anything but a basement. A pool table covered in platinum felt and a sectional in charcoal fabric complement the room's steely palette.
This no-fuss dining room fits right in with this bachelor pad's aesthetic. A wood area rug defines the dining space, which includes a small square table, four chairs and a trendy chandelier. A conversation-starting screen made of little wire people rests against a wall for added visual interest.
If your home office needs a fresh new look, it’s time to break out the spray paint. It’s easier than ever to paint a variety of surfaces thanks to new paint formulas. The biggest challenge will be choosing a color from dozens of on-trend hues. You can even paint fabrics with the right product!
Sticking to only one time period can be a little dangerous when it comes to buying second-hand furniture. You may end up with a space that looks dated rather than curated. To pull together an eclectic look be willing to mix in your flea market finds with pieces that are new (or new-ish). This 70’s dining room table feels retro cool paired with crisp white resin chairs and super-saturated turquoise rug.