A small, multifaceted crystal pendant light casts fascinating shadows on the walls and ceiling of this teal-and-gold powder room, which also features a beveled octagonal mirror and a white vintage-looking pedestal sink with gold-tone fixtures.
The second floor gender-neutral nursery with teal blue walls and playful patterns includes a convertible crib, lots of storage options and the latest in technology that helps create a safe environment for a new baby.
In the spare room, the green color palette creates a warm welcoming space for guests. The color on the wall makes the space feel bright and inviting. To make the space feel brighter, designers added white details to the space. Modern nightstands on either side of the bed add symmetry to the space, while soft bed linens make the room feel comfortable.
A midcentury bed with two nightstands encourages the owners to sit and rest after a long day at the office. Meanwhile, a large Moroccan rug softens the hardwood floors and complements the global accents in the master bedroom.
Traditional Elegant Living Room With Hand Painted Wallpaper And White Pocket Doors
This traditional living room has elegant details such as green hand painted wallpaper, an antique, marble topped dresser with glass lamp, green tufted upholstered sofa, and white pocket doors with gold hardware.
At the end of the mudroom, a door opens into the powder room. Because the home is near the water, the designers decked the space with wallpaper that features fish, octopus and other sea creatures. A large white-trimmed mirror and pedestal sink easily stand out against the blue and green.
A complete renovation turned this formerly drab bungalow in the heart of Jamestown, a small island off the coast of Newport, Rhode Island, into a charming and functional cottage. The design team added a gabled dormer and covering above the front door, as well as a master suite at the rear. The home's style complements the owner's love of gardening, as well as its East Coast locale.
Roses, butterfly bush, Japanese maple and a vine-swathed fence give this patio privacy and create a bright oasis for the backyard. Landscape designer Pam Berstler used four redwood posts and decomposed granite flooring to define a sitting area within the small garden.
This green living room includes a leather chair that has a weathered look, giving the space a rustic vibe. The green paneled walls, paired with midcentury modern furnishings, give this space a rustic yet modern feel.