In the guest bathroom, designers added texture to the small space by bringing in wallpaper that sports neutral feathers. Then, they added real feathers and a textured mirror to the vanity to finish off the design.
In another guest bathroom, designers anchored the space in blue-gray vanity cabinets and a white countertop. This clean look helps to connect this space to the rest of the home's spaces. To finish off this bathroom, a gray and white marble floor and a gray and white tile border around the mirror add warmth to the room's design.
A narrow doorway seamlessly connects the master bedroom with its en suite. This doorless entry allows the spaces to be physically connected without requiring that the entire bathroom space be on display from the bedroom.
In the foyer, designers chose a bold, rich stain for the stairs that match the beautiful dresser that introduces guests to the design of the remainder of the home.
Contrasting with the navy-blue nailhead-trimmed sofa, the rich red of this living room's walls is reflected in a pair of club chairs, an antique Oriental rug, and the leaded- and stained-glass window.
It’s not hard to imagine Sherlock Holmes sitting, deep in thought, in this cozy living room, with its red walls and wallpaper-lined built-ins, traditional fireplace, antique Oriental rug, and oh-so-comfortable vintage leather armchair.
A large modern painting adds an exciting contemporary accent to this traditionally furnished red living room with its navy sofa and red-striped armchairs.