Saturday, May 22, 2010

Faboo Design Ideas from Boston to Manhattan Beach: All White and Pops of Red

Headboard  and bathroom door traveled from the designer's Victorian home in Boston to Manhattan Beach. Megan Arquette of Beach Bungalow 8.

Lattice Wallpaper  on one of the walls in the dining area gives a more refined feel to the beach house. The black geometric backed chairs mimic the shapes in the wallpaper beautifully. 
The most killer touch to the dining area is.....

the FAB red bamboo chandelier. OMG to DIE for.It adds the perfect pop of color.

How important is art in our world? More pops of red.
Faiella Design by Anastasia Faiella contemporary bedroom

The Front Door eclectic entry
eclectic entry design by chicago interior designer Allison Cosmos
A front door painted in such a unique way really brings interest to the front of the house. It is sure to be a memorable entryway that will not be easily forgotten. 

my Santa Monica Bedroom eclectic bedroom
Again, as I always re-iterate...if you want to create serenity in your home, go with ALL WHITE. It will give your space an airy peaceful feeling. Worried about cleaning white furniture? If you use slipcovers on all your furniture, you will be able to whisk them off and throw them in the wash. This bedroom is beautiful. I would go one step further and paint the fireplace mantel white.

my family room traditional family room
traditional family room design by los angeles interior designer Brooke Giannetti
Another example of use of white and neutral tones to create a serene breezy feel.


Dabbsie said...

Love white! Great article. I must have that red chandelier. Does it say where to get it?

Jennifer Sanderson said...

You can never go wrong with white. The red chandelier is the best...I'm pretty sure that it's a flea market find spray painted red.

Amy said...

I love all white rooms!

beachbungalow8 said...

thanks for the shout out Jennifer!