Knock Out Neutrals
If you're looking for a serene, classic and sophisticated space, start by layering neutrals.
By: Leslie Judson
Enhance a View
With a view like this, go neutral with the interiors. Let the color come from the hues of the sky and the lights of the city. Design by Kenneth Brown. Photo by Mayer & Bowden Photography.
Dramatic artwork and lighting fixtures take center stage in this neutral kitchen designed by Joseph Pubillones. One piece of heavenly artwork makes quite the focal point. Photo by Daniel Newcomb.
White Done Right
For a touch of romance in any room, think white accessories. Incorporate an all-white flower arrangement for ultimate effect. Design by Erinn Valencich.
Don’t forget about stone when choosing neutrals. The limestone mantel in this living room sets the tone for the room and makes a dramatic design statement. Hints of gold add to the elegance. Design by Annie Speck.
South Beach is all about color, but designer Andreas Charalambous designed this Miami retreat to be just the opposite and just as fabulous.
Brown & White Delight
Layers of color and texture are a soothing combination in this Kenneth Brown bedroom. Photo by Mayer & Bowden Photography.