Designers took the lower level powder room of a historic David Adler mansion from being dingy and dated to updated and chic! Gold and white stools tuck in under the lucite vanity and embellished wallpaper further ups the glitz appeal.
Susan Brunstrum not only added an elegant style to this Park City, Utah vacation home, but she solved storage problems as well. In this mudroom, she situated a rustic bench for shoes and hung eight small "antler" hooks on the wall for purses, bookbags and jackets.
Designer Susan Brunstrum worked her magic on this great room wall underneath the grand staircase with interesting decorative items that serve to enhance her "mountain modern" theme. She selected a rustic-style console chest for small storage and surrounded it with eclectic knickknacks that add panache to an often-neglected space.
Nothing beats blue and brown for a great color combination, and Susan Brunstrum used these hues to their best effect in this Park City, Utah bathroom redo. She painted the walls a navy blue and added a medium brown vanity and mirror to complement the brown woodwork. A pop of green in the artwork and vanity accents make a pleasant statement.
Designer Susan Brunstrum enlarged and framed important family photographs and hung them on a wall in her client's home. She hung a full length mirror on the opposite wall and placed two cowhide stools between the photos and the mirror to complete the look.
Susan Brunstrum designed the backdrop of this great room in a soft cream color and added sofas of the same color and intensity. This palette showcases the dark brown woodwork and the deep blue found in the dining chairs, sofa pillows and the two patterned chairs in front of the stone fireplace. The effect is subtle, carefully orchestrated and welcoming to guests.
From the top of the stairs, this great room shows its charm in every feature of its classic Susan Brunstrum design. The windows, window treatments, fireplace, furnishings and artwork all engage to make a strong, stylish statement for the homeowners.
Deep-hued wood plantation shades surround this lovely master bedroom designed by Susan Brunstrum for her client's second home in Park, City Utah. The soft hues of blue and gray add a restful quality to the room and allow the stone fireplace to take center stage.
Break up a neutral color palette with a graphic pattern, like the striped rug that anchors this transitional living room. A large fireplace is the focal point of the space, with built-in shelves providing storage and display areas on either side.
The dark, rich cabinetry of this Susan Brunstrum master bathroom makeover proves that traditional style is never out of vogue. Storage space abounds in this wall cabinet unit that is placed in a great location--next to the built-in vanity--where often miscellaneous paraphernalia can find no home.