We opted for asymmetrical artwork on top of the bed and in the hallway to add visual interest and layers to the room.
We didn’t move walls, so our focus was really to enhance the existing architecture.
Designed a steel fireplace surround with double doors to conceal the living room TV.
Or, if you’re lacking a decent cabinet, try camouflaging your screens with an artful gallery wall.
Created a custom banquette and seating area to take advantage of the garden views of this Palm Beach estate.
Making the perfect background for an abundant art collection and also for large bursts of color elsewhere in the room.
Augusta Hoffman employed a bright ikat wallcovering in the main bedroom to liven up a quiet New York residence.
To enhance the natural light in a downtown apartment project, design.
If you’re looking to create a wow-worthy moment above your headboard, think beyond outsize artworks.
Here, she contrasted a vintage crystal chandelier with a classic Vitsoe shelving unit.
We love how Alfredo Paredes integrated the floating beauty into this cozy-yet-collected Vermont ski retreat.
In the hallway of their New York City apartment (shown at rear), designer William Cullum and his collaborator.