Photo By: WETAG Consulting, a member of Luxury Portfolio International
Photo By: Scott Hargis Photo
Photo By: SuzAnn Kletzien
Photo By: SuzAnn Kletzien
Photo By: Tessa Neustadt
Photo By: ALT Photography
Photo By: LABL studio
Wet Bar With Floating Shelves and Mosaic Tile Detail
Floating wood shelves on a wall-mounted mirror add depth to this eclectic wet bar. A cluster of glass-blown pendants illuminate the granite countertops, while black barstools cozy up to the raised bar with purple mosaic tile detail.
Multipurpose Girl's Playroom With Custom Storage Bench
Charged with creating a playroom for her clients' daughters, SuzAnn Kletzien set out to design a multipurpose space for play, study and possible sleepovers. A custom U-shaped storage bench and accompanying table anchor the space, while colorful upholstery and Moroccan-inspired accessories keep the eclectic space lively.
Eclectic Hall With Rustic Bench and White Wood Plank Walls
This hall features a rustic wood bench with black and white throw pillows and a colorful modern painting hanging above. White wood plank walls lead the way to a doorway that frames a glimpse of the adjacent home office.
The second home for a couple based in L.A., this two-story penthouse in Seattle easily reflects their edgy tastes. In the entry hall, for example, 5’ long chainmaille chandeliers make quite the impact, while a photo set of Bob Marley offers a glimpse of the rare art that's featured across the home.
The Palazzo, a 200-year-old mansion located in Rabat, Malta, boasts 10,700 square feet of living. In one hallway, an impressive contemporary chandelier is paired with bright red chaise for an unexpected touch among the traditional furnishings.
Eclectic Girl's Playroom With Convertible Striped Daybed
A sturdy platform, which is stored vertically on cleats on the opposite wall, can be placed in the center of the U-shaped bench to create a comfy daybed. The seating and daybed offer extra space for playing, hanging out and relaxing in this eclectic girl's playroom.
When the owner of a run-down, century-old row house near D.C.'s Union Market asked Kerra Michele Huerta to help renovate their space, the designer leapt at the chance to get creative. After the construction crew dug out the basement to create a 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartment with a full kitchen for guests, Huerta stepped into the entryway and used remnants of unsalvageable pine floors to design a "welcome mat" inlay in the new foyer. The coat rack was repurposed too; though it seems right at home next to the bright red art, it's actually comprised of old pipes.