Full of fun, creative details this hangout space is reminiscent of the sailing and coastal towns. Classic red, white, and blue colors the drift wood as a rustic artful element bring everything together.
French Inspiration Gives Warmth and Depth to Grand Sitting Room
A bold mix of patterns and colors fill this French-inspired space. Colorful formal drapes elegantly accentuate the two-story windows while the mix of solid and patterned furniture adds depth and charm. Fireplace mantel details, circular ceiling and immaculate chandelier are just a few of the stunning attractions in this grand room.
This transitional rec room sitting area features a red striped shade, chairs upholstered in a red paisley print, paintings with red on them and a red Oriental carpet. The brown wood coffee table anchors the room.
A loveseat is flanked by two upholstered armchairs. Above, an 18th century English painting amplifies the Victorian influence on the room. The rouge-patterned loveseat is adorned with throw pillows and accented by small end table.
Instead of an accent wall, the designers used this deep, saturated hue on every wall of this narrow study, enveloping its occupants in warmth and coziness. The result is luxurious and sensual, inviting everyone who enters to read, relax or enjoy intimate conversation.
This exterior loggia is painted in Farrow & Ball's "Pointing," which contrasts brightly with the nearby room. From the buffalo check chair to the busy wallpaper, the red-infused sitting room has a cozy, Colonial feel.
Polished with tons of character and fun, this sitting room offers a unique style. Red walls with mirror accents set the stage for this creative space. The color story is spread to the floor by red and black chairs that accompany a zebra print rug. Large white vases flank a versatile dresser that provides storage and charm, making this room perfect for just about anything.
HGTV's The Outdoor Room transformed an under-utilized backyard into this multi-purpose sunroom. A corrugated roof with skylights allows natural light to trickle in over a wooden desk, while floor-to-ceiling windows reveal a lush landscape beyond the walls.
Kips Bay Decorator Show House NYC: William T. Georgis Architect
Georgis calls this room "Study in Red," and you can see why. It abounds in claret, burgundy, cerise, Chinese and blood reds. It's meant to evoke the interior of royal abodes, ecclesiastical vicarages and brothels