Bold stripes and beach cabana style lend a casual air of elegance to the foyer of HGTV Green Home 2009.
The bold, striped fabric served as inspiration for the decor in the foyer – a mix of traditional furnishings and earthy and unexpected accessories.
A seating area just steps from the front entrance features a freeform slab table crafted from a fallen tree. The rustic furnishing is paired with a more formal lattice-style chair. Art books, a classical bust, desk lamps and orchids dress the tabletop.
The natural edge of the table counterbalances the clean lines of the chair and formal tabletop accessories.
To lend a clean coastal feel, orchids were potted in coral-like planters, fashioned from pierced resin.
Zebrawood-topped side tables that flank the front entry feature delicate bamboo-style metal legs with an aged, mottled-bronze patina.
Neutral floor tiles made from recycled materials and neutral walls let decor items take center stage.
A cane garden tea stool stands in as a side table and echoes the glossy, white finish of the starburst mirror.
Leopard print and bold stripes prove a perfect pairing in the bold and happy foyer.
Bold, bright and inspired by cabana decor cira-1950s Florida, this inspiring space features a vibrant orange and white color palette, organic furnishings and a cool crisp look that invites visitors into the home.
A classical bust, cast in cement, adds a traditional twist to tabletop adornments.
A potted orchid, overflowing with bright pink flowers, lends an organic element to the sitting area.
A sunburst mirror captures the drama of Florida interiors circa the 1950s, and the striped wall surface and upholstery covering stand up to, but don't overpower the playful leopard-print pattern on a single crewelwork pillow.