Photo By: Allison Corona Photography, Let It Shine Photography, Doug Petersen Photography
Photo By: Gilles Mingasson/Verbatim Photo
Photo By: EWM Realty, a member of Luxury Portfolio International
Photo By: Jason Kisner
Photo By: Phillip Ennis (Design by Les Ensembliers)
Art Deco Bar With Mirrored Walls
Antique glass is a stunning backdrop for cocktail mixers in the glam bar, letting them become part of the decor. Warmth comes in via textural details like the bronze-toned sconces and butcher block countertop.
Black subway tile makes a smart backsplash for this Art Deco bathroom (that's Marilyn Monroe approved). Upper walls are covered in heathered gray wallpaper, a strong contrast to the tiles' glossy finish.
Geometric cornices and a low-slung, curved couch are the standout design elements of this art deco style living room. The round, gold-framed mirror is a powerful addition and brings out gold accents in this rich blue space with neutral furniture. The large tiger-print rug draws attention to the main seating area and unites the furniture in one space.
The decor in the master bedroom was selected to create a peaceful retreat that highlights the grand ocean views. Cooler tones contribute to the sense of serenity; a silk lilac wallcovering has a faint iridescent effect that changes with the natural light.
The dining room is brimming with drama thanks to lacquered walls and exposed beams. Powder blue Louis XVI chairs soften the strong personality of the jet black walls, while an art deco pendant and sideboard mirror help bounce light around the room.
The soaking tub is the highlight of this black and white bathroom. With its updated brass faucet, the tub feels both traditional in appeal and unique and modern in comparison with the recent chrome and silver trend. A black ladder shelf holds towels, and a nearby black stool holds soap and decorative items. Black and white floor tile rounds out the classic but contemporary feel of the space.
Unfortunately, the condition of the original stairs was such that the stairs themselves could not be repaired, but the original configuration was kept intact and the original curved handrail was able to be salvaged. The new iron railing was "built around" the original banister.
The star attraction in this bedroom, one of six in the house, is the tufted headboard that reaches almost ceiling high. A footboard completes the look, the bed's silvery gray color keeping it from feeling overwhelming.
Master Bathroom Inspired by 1960s Vogue Cover Offers Ultimate in Feminine Appeal
Inspired by 1960s fashion, designer Tineke Triggs created a luxurious retreat for the woman of the home in the En Vogue Salon at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. Designed around artwork that mimics a cover of Vogue magazine from the era, the bathroom features tile meant to mimic the curves of a couture Givenchy gown, a vanity with brass inlay and a crown-like chandelier.
Inspired by the idea of a well-traveled woman, this dressing room pairs a glamorous Victorian-style bench with two Chinese ceramic vases. The result is an elegant yet eclectic seat on which to lounge before getting ready for a night on the town. Two floor-to-ceiling armoires ensure that the lady of the house has many outfits to choose from.