A beautiful white-framed chair with a turquoise seat and back holds center court in this tiny bedroom reading nook. The gallery wall and trendy, small metal table add character, but they're merely supporting players to the star chair.
Getting through to the patio will never be the same now that designer Anna Williams uplifted this living space with custom cabinetry and comfortable furnishings. The gray and white color scheme softens the room and allows the view from the glass patio doors to take prominence. Especially noteworthy is the attractive gray and white area rug that warms the presentation of the more practical beige tile.
With such high ceilings, the goal of designer Anna Williams was to introduce a dramatic piece of art that would be the focal point of the living space. The commissioned painting by local artist Sue Tilley perfectly incorporates the serene coastal feeling with washed out shades of aqua. A rustic black coffee table grounds the space and contrasts with the warm timber floors.
This cool black and white boys room is great for a teen and can be easily changed as tastes change. Pops of green are a fun addition that keeps the space from looking too serious.
Hardwood flooring connects the dining room with the kitchen in this open-plan living space. A hardwood table is on one side of the space, surrounded by six white wood chairs. A white vase filled with flowers is displayed in the middle of the dining room table.
Contemporary bird artwork was chosen to add a quirky touch to this bright, bold guest bedroom. The pinks, reds and oranges from the artwork were used in a color-blocking technique around the room, featured on the lamps, cushions and bedding. Designer tip: To keep a space with bright colors from looking like a kid's room, layer shades of the same tone throughout, like this room layers coral, orange and red.
For a simple and affordable gallery wall, a series of photos from the homeowner's travels were cropped to show just the graphic details. When the black-and-white photos are paired with affordable white frames, the result is striking. The turquoise chair was a splurge, but it is paired with an antique silver plant stand for a budget-friendly side table.
Designer Anna Williams created this outdoor living area to be practical with an air of tropical luxury. A contemporary outdoor sofa anchors the space, while the round papasan-inspired chairs are easy to reposition. A sturdy wood coffee table and ceramic side tables provide plenty of space for entertaining.
A console table with sleek, updated lines is topped with a collection of white vases and framed artwork. The tropical-style basket is tucked below to provide additional storage in the hallway.
A mid-century storage unit keeps plenty of books, toys and supplies hidden while still looking stylish. A white metal desk paired with a Tolix-style chair provides a homework spot with the addition of some fun accessories like the black pharmacy lamp and dice container.
Designer Anna Williams, against a white backdrop of walls and bookcases, cleverly created a homage to this family by framing and displaying memories and mementos of their lives. Using canvas and white frames, she focused attention on the children's artwork and special family photographs with careful attention to placement and design. Guests will delight in their little slice of life!