Metal bookshelves, wood paneling and a cowhide rug are just a few details that make this home office feel masculine. A unique desk pairs with a midcentury modern chair and two red leather armchairs with metal frames. Vintage car prints and cool gray wall paint finish off the stellar design.
On the other side of this contemporary home office sits a built-in storage cabinet, where the designer can easily store supplies and fabric swatches. A display case to the right proudly features Raegan's work in magazines nationwide.
This master bedroom oasis combines cool tones and soft textures to create a safe haven that is inviting yet tranquil. A seating area divided by a large archway provides a sophisticated conversation spot under a dazzling chandelier. For more cozy, intimate conversations, two stools are situated by the traditional fireplace.
Built-ins are the perfect way to display favorite books, souvenirs and other novelties, but they also go a long way towards establishing symmetry. With a large abstract painting hung between these shelves, this little nook feels bright and balanced for any occasion.
This delightful powder room was given life with a collection of hand-painted Italian glass plates. The plates were hung high to create drama and draw attention to the metal orb chandelier. Picasso’s "Blue Nude" is the featured art in the powder room, bringing classic sophistication to the space.
An ornately carved console with shelves showcases an artful assortment of accessories, creating interest in this transitional living room. A potted plant in the corner adds a natural touch of life to the space.
In the corner of this master bath, a freestanding bathtub offers a place to relax and unwind after a long day's work. Window light as well as a pair of sconces and a chandelier above the bathtub ensure the space is well lit.
Another great way to generate visual interest? Mix and match pieces with opposing textures. In this contemporary sitting room, designer Raegan Ford paired delicate gold swans with rougher materials, like geodes and glass beads, to keep all eyes on her coffee table.
Natural light illuminates this transitional dining room, showing off a pair of black metal display cabinets with barware and interesting collectibles. Gray and white upholstered chairs are positioned around a light wood table, while wide plank hardwood floors finish the look of the space.
Mediterranean mixes with contemporary design in this large eat-in kitchen. The beautiful wood island features two prep sinks and enough space for four to dine comfortably. Additional seating with a long wood table makes this kitchen the place to entertain and gather with friends and family.
The eat-in kitchen features a breakfast nook with a circular wooden table and gray lattice back chairs. A circular pendant light hangs above the table, while surrounding windows offer natural light. Wide plank hardwood floors complete the look of the space.
Don't you just love this open concept dining room? The stunning design by Raegan Ford Interiors features a lovely blend of traditional and contemporary styles with a hint of rustic style. Dark wood beams, a round dining table and buffet offer nice contrast against the white and gray color palette.
Over the bed, a wall of sketches showcases some of designer Raegan Ford's favorite artists. At the same time, the dark wood headboard and picture frames help balance the room's more feminine details, like the silver pillows. The result? A harmonious sleeping space.
What bachelor pad would be complete without a spot for games and drinks? In this recreation room off the hall, designer Raegan Ford used a pool table and wine rack to give her client space to relax, and then added leather barstools and a modern blue rug to make the design feel a little luxe.
In the backyard, a large pool can be used to entertain guests or escape the afternoon heat with a quick swim. Two weatherproof sofas and a lounge chair wait nearby, creating another sitting area.