“We just had fun in here, we have the mossy green walls and we brought in orange for the accent. We found this triptych painting, which was made by a local artist and we are in University of Texas land so people here will understand that is a longhorn which is their mascot,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
Directly on the beach, this incredible property offers 75 feet of prime ocean frontage in Malibu, California. Its four bedrooms, four bathrooms and multiple common areas are the latest word in technological advancement and luxury.
This open kitchen with cement block walls and walnut cabinets feels modern and streamlined. A metal pendant light above the dining table illuminates the space and adds an industrial note. The large window adds an open feeling to the room and brings the outdoors inside.
A classic gray and white color palette gives this kitchen a bright, open feel, from the marble countertops to the geometric patterned tile around the kitchen window with custom roller shade. Gold-colored cabinet pulls compliment the brushed faucet and under-mounted sink.
A gray paneled accent wall lends dimension to this Bedford, New York, living room, drawing the eye to the chic black and white artwork above the sleek fireplace. A full-scale renovation opened up this once-dark farmhouse, lifting ceiling heights and transforming the space into a livable, comfortable family home. Modern furnishings blend effortlessly with period architectural details.
Lush trees offer an earthy contrast to this modern, industrial style home. The trees were maintained during construction to comply with Eugene, Ore., codes which retire protection of certain trees on properties during construction.
A Texas longhorn triptych makes subtle reference to the University of Texas with the home’s close proximity to campus while simultaneously tying together the room’s orange, white, and gray accent colors.
Glass storage jars let toiletries with interesting shapes or textures become part of the decor. In a space-saving move that doesn't scrimp on luxury, the soaking tub fits neatly inside the walk-in shower area.
This modern dining room with an open floor plan is perfect for entertaining with an oversized banquette that seats 10 and bar area. Floor to ceiling windows offer a stunning panoramic view of the city skyline creating a perfect backdrop.
Designer Kerrie Kelly designed an unusual retreat for this living room by setting a dining area against the back brick wall of the room, complete with chairs and a built-in banquette. The table, chairs and light fixture have an industrial feel but work well with the more modern chairs and coffee table that reside on the other side of the room. The look is reminiscent of a 1950s supper club, which produces a whimsical feeling for family and friends.