Contemporary Entryway With Dark Wood and Water Features
A dark wood beam crosses over the top of the entryway to this contemporary beach house. The dark wood beams and doors are lightened by neutral stone walls and the low-profile water features lining either side of the hallway.
In this hallway vestibule, cornflower blue trim pops against white walls, while a mustard yellow chair draws the eye to the room beyond. The modern farmhouse rests on 12 acres that include an in-ground swimming pool and contemporary original structure that now serves as a pool house and guest house. Throughout the farmhouse, contemporary and traditional details blend to create a space that's both updated and timeless.
This dynamic entryway features a contemporary red console table with two tan ottomans tucked neatly underneath. The space focuses heavily on geometric shapes and clean lines, evidenced by the rectangular table, cubed ottomans and spherical painting.
The stair landing has a railed opening that looks all the way down to the home's ground floor. Even in this bonus area of the house the architecture is elaborate and fully in keeping with the Mediterranean feel.
No space is wasted including this landing in designer Boyd's home. Boyd creates a memorable, striking vignette by placing a series of sculptural items including a striking fur ottoman and a distinctive light fixture in close proximity. The result is a tableaux worthy of a contemporary art gallery.
Modern Charcoal Gray Hall With Frosted Glass Panels
A marble floor panel in a herringbone design creates subtle movement in this modern hallway. A deep charcoal gray color on the walls and ceiling provides a lovely contrast to the light floor and neutral tones of the next room. Frosted glass panels keep the space bright, and a small bench provides a place to sit.