I love wallpaper in small dosages. A reflective foil finish would be great in powder rooms and walk in closet/dressing rooms. I like it even more when it’s a modern design. Love this pink bamboo over silver foil wallpaper by Meg Braff Designs in this powder room. See more on Seekers Bazaar…
The texture walls designed by Javaras Kennally Assoc installed the Maya Romanoff Gilded Cloth, metal leaf on raw canvas wallpaper above.
That rhymed and I wasn’t trying. Summer Thornton has a few designs that caught my eye while browsing Marcus Design. Usually I shy away from heavy wood but the purple and cheetah fabric makes it too good to resist. Taking a look that is traditional and pairing with modern up to date patterns and colors can prevent any older home from feeling old-timey or stuffy…
What I like about this room is the headboard, the layering of pillows, the bedding and the coral pops of color. Usually you see benches in front of beds but I like the chairs and small table as a nice spot to take in some coffee or catch the news…
Then there is this….a nicely designed nursery with furniture pieces that will grow with the child. You can easily put everything minus the crib in other areas of the home and it’ll work. Despite using such adult pieces, the room doesn’t lack any of the cutesy elements that baby rooms have. The popular zebra wallpaper can go along with any animal themed room. Using rustic fall hues and blue is more of a modern room palatte. Durable leather poufs and velvet upholstery is soft for the baby but still very stylish.
I haven’t posted on an Apt Therapy home tour in a while but I like a lot of the elements in the home of Janel Holiday. First, the chairs from West Elm in the outdoor space adds punches of color to an otherwise neutral setting.
The wallpaper and chrome sphere is bold and fun….
I love the display of jewelry. I too like having them out in the open to admire. This is done so beautifully by layering heights and adding personal touches like photos and flowers. See more bauble storage ideas here.
Usually I’m not into super bold wallpaper especially ones with flowers and leaves but I do really like the ones in this post. I wouldn’t live with it but I do like these when done in a small area or accent wall.
Madrid-based architect Ignacio García de Vinuesa and interior designer Elisa Rodríguez salvaged original architectural details and married them with modern contemporary art and furniture in this home. Although I am tired of sea urchin decor, I am not tired of this light fixture. I’ve seen it before and think it’s such a show stopper.
The wood on the cabinetry is nothing short of gorgeous. Wow. Combined with black counters and herringbone floors, it makes for a very up to date space with architectural details to add character.