On the far side of the room, a custom wall unit works overtime by storing the TV and displaying the couple's prized possessions. A sleek light fixture with exposed bulbs illuminates the space, while a faux-fur rug keeps the hardwood floors soft for the couple's new baby.
A closer look at the custom wall unit reveals a thoughtful mix of family photographs, colorful ceramics and metallic accents. Thanks to the sleek complementary shapes of the shelves, the flat screen TV practically recedes into the background, rather than standing out.
Where there's a little room, often there's a way to boost storage space. For this dressing room redo, designer Courtney Blaymore created a space for double hanging as well as a shoe wall to showcase her client's many pairs of shoes. The result: no more desperate searching for that one perfect outfit.
This all-over white living room earns a touch of softness from a plush gray velvet sectional with nailhead trim. A mirrored glass metallic coffee table sits at the center of the sitting area, while a large window just behind the sofa allows for taking in the city landscape.
This modern home office features a white desk with two white leather desk chairs positioned in front of a blue-gray accent wall. A section of the enclosing wall was removed in order to allow light to filter from the living room into the office. A funky metallic globe chandelier hangs overhead.
A gray and white chevron accent wall paired with an elegant crystal chandelier creates this chic contemporary guest room. A dark blue velvet headboard adds an extra touch of sophistication to this hip, urban space.
Designer Courtney Blaymore closely followed her client's wishes by installing a make-up vanity inside this walk-in closet and dressing area. Especially fetching is the lighting around the vanity mirror, which gives an impression of old Hollywood. A ghost vanity chair completes this fabulous look.
This posh apartment features an all-over white palette with gray accents, as seen in the plush gray sectional sofa with beautiful nailhead detailing on the back. The open floor plan allows for easy transition between the living, dining and kitchen areas, while lucite, crystal and reflective surfaces complete the look of the home.
A sleek silver bar cart sits opposite the dining table, allowing for easy access to drinks and utensils. Meanwhile, overhead, a large rectangular mirror visually expands the room and makes the space seem even more grand.
An open layout and views of the Hudson River make this private residence in New York City pretty irresistible. To tailor the space to her clients' taste, designer Courtney Blaymore introduced stylish, contemporary furniture in neutral hues and mixed different textures, like the faux-fur ottomans and Acrylic coffee table, for maximum visual appeal.
Visual interest abounds in this eclectic dining room thanks to six Lucite seats, two chunky velvet armchairs and a tree trunk-inspired table. By keeping each piece within a black-and-white color palette, designer Courtney Blaymore could draw even more attention to the modern art on the wall, which makes for great conversation at dinner.
With the location of the home office next to the main entry hall, designer Courtney Blaymore opted to include a custom designed wall partition in order to create an element of privacy. Just beyond the screen, two white office chairs are positioned in front of a white desk with a gray accent wall.
Cool white linens and walls not only lighten this master bedroom, but also keep the room nice and neutral for its owners. A chrome canopy bed frame from Bernhardt adds dimension to the space, while a photograph evokes thoughts of calming ocean waves.