This spacious basement wet bar features stainless steel countertops paired with dark brown cabinets and a red brick accent wall. Industrial style pendant lights and bar stools complete the look of the area, while a nearby pool table provides an additional space for entertaining guests.
Light-Filled Hallway in Rustic-Modern Wyoming Retreat
A long hallway features myriad windows to let in light and open this rustic-modern retreat to its sweeping view of the Wyoming landscape. Meanwhile, wood walls and ceiling beams give a nod to the home's cabin decor. Floor timbers are place on the diagonal, visually expanding the space.
The foyer is the first chance any home has to show off its unique style, and designer Claire Paquin takes full advantage of the opportunity. Walls are covered in a delicate floral pattern that gets contemporary zip from a purple console table and two striped stools.
The upstairs hall is extravagant with a pair of chandeliers lighting up rich brown walls. This is a room in the 2013 Atlanta Decorators Show House, a showcase of more than 30 spaces transformed by designers from around the Southeast.
Foyer Features Marble, Wood Laid in Chevron Pattern
This foyer features a mix of marble and wood laid in a chevron pattern and contemporary French doors which offer a modern twist on this traditional-inspired countryside estate. The doorway leads to a casual dining space where guests will feel right at home.
Adjacent to a portable bar and modern art, one wall of the mixologist quarters at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase functions as a Dry-Erase board for writing new recipes. Essential mixologist's tools are neatly arranged on the surgical steel table.
Detailed Staircase with Custom Wrought-Iron Railings
A curving staircase is a centerpiece of the dramatic entryway in this castle-like luxury home in Colleyville, Texas. Wood steps mix with an intricate, custom wrought iron railing design that complements the ornate lantern-style chandelier. The study features 200-year-old doors imported from Italy.
This home cleverly makes use of the awkward space under the stairs by turning it into a bar! Built in shelves of varying lengths neatly fill up the narrow top area; below them, a sink, cabinets, even a mini fridge are ready to get the next cocktail party started.
Brown Victorian Foyer with Black Armchairs and a White Chaise
The new front room in the vintage Victorian home that Steve and Leanne Ford renovated together, they wanted to keep everything in this room clean and simple in order to focus on the woodwork, as seen on Restored by the Fords.