Use focal points to make a room more dramatic. The custom tufted headboard is one of the focal points when entering this master bedroom. Filling corners with large scale objects was another trick we used to make this room dramatic. Accessorizing with different textures and materials makes the more interesting.
Placing pops of color in a room gives you the liberty to change the look of your room without replacing the bigger pieces of furniture. Yellows and teals are the colors used in this light neutral room.
Most media rooms are dark to create a cozy low lit environment such as a movie theater. This media room was created to be simple, neutral, and cozy. The audio video equipment is hidden with custom doors inside of the media cabinet. There is a balcony right outside the sliding glass doors that view the […]
From a new subfloor, to the ceiling lighting this Arlington Virginia family room has been completely renovated. The custom cabinetry was designed and installed to fit around the left and the right of the fireplace. The fireplace mantel has a hidden door to the right to store firewood. The new glass tile on the rear […]
This bathroom was designed as a place of refuge. The open glass barrier encourages light circulation. The soap / shampoo storage is built into the wall. There are two robe / towel hooks that flank the entry door. There are two types of Ann Sacs tile used to add visual interest to the space. The […]