In the dining room, designers mixed the rich, bold colors of the Moroccan style the couple desired with the rich wood of traditional furniture to create a stunning, elegant dining room with seating for eight, creating the perfect formal entertaining space for these homeowners.
Fish wallpaper adds a whimsy and fun touch to this guest suite, which features a twin bed and ocean-blue wooden nightstand. A blue and pink quilt covers the bed, while a neutral cane back headboard is positioned behind the bed. A decorative fish lamp sits bedside.
A local artist was commissioned to create a dramatic floral entry to the dining room. An arched doorway leads the way to the dining room, which shows off the room's floral upholstered chairs, red curtains and neutral tile floors.
In the master bedroom, bold blues, complemented by silver accent pieces, create a soothing, elegant and relaxing space to which the homeowners can retire after their guests have gone. With a luscious comforter and a plush chaise in the corner, there is plenty of space for these homeowners to relax in style and enjoy the view from their upstairs window or catch up on a good book.
These 1920s deco chairs were reupholstered with the "Tree of Life" fabric by Swedish designer Josef Frank. They are a colorful addition to the homeowner's collection of furniture and artwork from around the world.
Nodding to the Italians’ great use of color, the dining room is enveloped in raspberry grass cloth wallpaper. A large, lamp-shade chandelier hangs over a long wood dining table adorned with a dainty runner and floral centerpiece. Upholstered armchairs are fixed at the ends of the table with wood chairs lining the sides.
Designers chose a bold color for the bedroom walls, but added in meaningful decor and smaller vignettes to create a soothing, relaxing oasis for the homeowners.
For this Asian inspired home, designers wanted to create a space that was open, inviting and connected. To create that feeling between the upper and lower floors, a glass paneled balcony wall was installed to allow light and eyesight to pass between floors. To keep the space bright and open, a skylight was put in place in the ceiling, adding a warm ambience to the home's two spaces.
The homeowners wanted a simple, elegant master bathroom that was still functional, just like the rest of their newly redesigned home, so designers created a beautiful space with a neutral color palette. White, tile floors and complementary white walls flow throughout the space reflecting the natural light let into the space from the large windows above the tub. Gray accent tiles on the floor add color and warmth to the bright space, complementing the gray countertops that finish off each vanity. Two separate vanities give each of the couple their own space, keeping the new space functional and organized.
To make the most our of the family room space, designers divided the room into vignettes, including a relaxation area that is arranged in circles to encourage social interaction, a lounge and a bar area to give the family plenty of options when it comes to entertaining.
Even the exterior of this elegant home has a touch of Asian inspiration. The pitch of the roof mirrors that of traditional Asian homes; however, designers modernized the idea a bit by using metal roofing rather than a more traditional roofing material to make this home durable and timeless.
This stunning master bathroom features a marble enclosed tub that offers a view of the enclosed glass double walk-in shower. Green leather benches flank the shower, while tiles with onyx and mother of pearl inlay cover the floor. A Fortuny chandelier hangs above.