Bold, rich, saturated colors are featured in this inviting living room. Custom 7-layer hand applied plaster wall finish incorporates all the colors, especially the chili red laser cut contemporary chandelier.
This dining room with its western exposure, gets downright hot! To counter this effect, Michael Mortensen of Palmer Todd in San Antonio, and Kelley Barnett, ASID created a custom wall application to mimic the rhythm of a waterfall by using different sized seeded, watery, glass tiles, and laying them in a vertical rather than horizontal direction. The hand cut crystal chandelier provided prismatic lighting especially at sunset!
What do you do with a tiny windowless room directly off a living area? Create a cozy intimate entertainment room. Soft luxurious fabrics and a rug absorb the sound, and lighting is easily controlled in this small entertainment room. Viewing distance is perfect, and privacy is achieved by a heavy curtain room separator.
Who wouldn't LOVE this elegantly rustic bathroom? The knotty grained wood pattern was custom created by Vigini Studios of San Antonio, Texas. Each knot, cathedral, grain and pore were hand painted with impeccable attention to detail. Dark bronze fittings and masculine accessories completed this gentleman's bathroom.
Designed as a gentleman's study, this rich cherry desk from Copenhagen Imports in San Antonio, Texas has plenty of room to spread out. Warm chocolate brown walls, animal mounts, onyx pedestals topped with feather arrangements, and a croc skin desk chair from Interior Trade Cartel in San Antonio, Texas, beg the user of this office, to stay put! Iron chandelier from Light by Design, and original oil paintings from Curtis Wade, both of San Antonio, complete the look.