The playroom for these girls has it all! In one corner, there is a cozy place to read. In the center of the room is floor space for play and a group table for puzzles and games. Finally, there is a space where each girl has her own desk and bulletin board.
A dramatic red lacquer spiral staircase served as inspiration for the exciting red accents sprinkled throughout this kitchen's renovation. There's plenty to please the chef, including high-end appliances, as well as spaces to relax and hang out.
A unique, angled wood and metal doorway is nestled into a vermillion accent wall, creating a striking foyer that's made even more dramatic with a massive, grid-patterned skylight. Steel beams and metal rails fit with the home's contemporary architecture.
You're not seeing double. The mirrored ceiling of the Mixologist Quarters at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014 expands the small space. Designed by Reba Jones, the dramatic backlit dispensary is reflected in the ceiling, creating double the impact.
An attic was transformed into a cheerful playroom for three little boys. Jaunty patterns wake up a classic red, white and blue palette and help it from feeling dated. Lots of storage opens up floor space for reading and playing.
Traditional Foyer Vignette With Potted Topiary Tree
White stair risers, banisters and trim pop against the rich red two-tone striped wallpaper in this traditional entryway. A tabletop topiary, ornate gold box and gold picture frame arranged on a side table add visual interest to the space.
The house's attic gets fresh new life as a colorful sitting area with a small dining table and cozy spots to curl up with a book. Cheery patterns brighten up the armchairs and window. The wood floor gets a shipshape coat of nautical blue.
This fan, original to the home, stole Jen's heart as her favorite find. Always looking to personalize their new home, Brandon and Jen decided to make this into a one-of-a-kind art piece that would nod to the home's long history. Vintage sconces on both sides of the fan were found in the home.
Vermilion-colored walls paired with teal bedding add a bright punch in a windowless corner of this bunk room, perfect for sleepovers. Built-in drawers below the lower bunks create spots to tuck away clothes.
This sun room offers the family another great space to relax. With a wall full of windows, the family can enjoy the sunshine without the worry of bugs or woodland creatures disturbing their peace. On the adjacent wall, more windows allow occupants of this room to remain a part of the goings on in the house, while still enjoying the tranquility of nature.
Stairwell Features Small Paintings of Eyes in Whimsical Art Installation
An installation of eyes painted in the verre eglomise style by Jane Richardson Mack follow you down the stairs in the "Stare" Well at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. Verre eglomise is a technique where a gilded design is painted on the back side of a piece of glass for a mirror-like finish.
Eye-popping vermillion walls and sleek metal supports create a foyer with maximum pizzazz in this contemporary Reno home. An open design is functional for entertaining and allows in plenty of natural light. Large windows connect the house to its seven-acre site, located in a private, gated community.
A tucked-away niche in the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014, Dad's Honey Hole is designer Sunny K. Merry's nod to the private bar of days gone by. Inspired by a veteran of foreign walls, the room includes wallpaper depicting pin-up girls, an Art Deco-era mirror from Paris and a Japanese puffer fish pendant light.