This conservatory-style room boasts a deep green wall and ceiling color inspired by the lush plants that fill the space. A writing desk tucked in the corner takes advantage of the natural light that streams through the adjacent windows. A vintage white armchair and sheer curtains help to break up the green space.
The textured headboard in this modern black-white-and-red-all-over bedroom was designed by Charles Pavarini for the 2012 Kips Bay Decorator Show House, which benefits the Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club. A mirrored wall behind the headboard dons butterfly details and echoes the look of the floating bedside shelves and mirrored ottoman at the foot of the bed.
An elegant, textured tray ceiling draws the eye up in this 2009 Kips Bay Decorator Show House Living Room designed by Charles Pavarini. An immaculate chandelier along with simple recessed lighting and modern lamps accentuates the detail of the geometric ceiling, modern furniture and sparkling fireplace.
A classic Valentine sofa by designer William Haines instantly catches the eye upon entering the stunning White and Red All Over bedroom at the 2012 Kips Bay Decorator Show House. The black and white graphic carpet creates additional interest in the already stylish room.
Curtains are hung from cornices and trimmed with fabric that mimics the damask design of the wall and headboard fabric, offering an unusual interpretation on the more conventional canopy bed in the 2006 Kips Bay Decorator Show House.
An ebonized walnut dresser anchors the Black, White and Red All Over bedroom at the 2012 Kips Bay Decorator Show House.
Crisp white trim and elegant French armchairs tone down the intensity of the deep green walls in this conservatory style room.
Layered neutral tones and textures create a warm, inviting look in this transitional master bedroom. A curved slipper chair creates a small sitting area and complements the honey color of the wood nightstand.
Details of a tall lamp placed on the dining table offer the same effect as a pair of chandeliers but without the need to interrupt the detail of the ceiling in this traditional dining room. Large urns on the stone mantel and striped dining chairs mimic the color and shape of fall seasonal gourds.
This contemporary foyer has subtle geometric detail in the wood paneling near the doorway, the grid of the slate tile and the round mirror on the wall. Recessed lights twinkle as they line the the sloped ceiling.
Pumpkins are piled inside the fireplace, offering a seasonal twist on the flames of a fire. Oak branches provide a stark yet elegant centerpiece design that is echoed in the mantel and wall mural in the 2008 Holiday House.
Tall lamps placed on the dining table offer the same effect as a pair of chandeliers but without the need to interrupt the detail of the ceiling. Large urns on the stone mantel mimic the color and shape of fall seasonal gourds.
Elegant, iridescent mosaic tile trims the mirror and custom vanity, providing texture and shine in this timeless all-white bathroom. The clean white walls and soft marble floors keeps this space feeling airy.