Our clients relocated to Columbus from out-of-state and brought their sensual, rich aesthetic with them! Their New Albany home features deep jewel tones throughout – fuchsia, purple, red, grey, and teal – while also highlighting their oversized lighting fixtures to capture all elements and create an overall “blingy” vibe in their spaces.
Their first floor powder room features unique surfaces – like tile on the walls, integrated custom LED lighting, custom walnut vanity with surface mount sink, and more! With layers of light, mirrors, crystals, and gold, the powder room is a high glamour space.
The dining room features sophisticated tone on tone – from the deep teal paint to the mustard upholstered chairs. An oversized gold and crystal light fixture centers the room. The main living space incorporates magentas, royal blues, and purple for a bright and exaggerated space. Bright artwork paired with the black and crystal starburst chandelier draw the eyes up and through the space.
Because the primary suite was one large space, the main goals was to create sectioned spaces of the room and building out the master closet with custom cabinetry that would showcase pieces and provide functional storage. The primary bedroom features soft grays, textured wood furniture, and a lavender velvet headboard that makes for a calming retreat.
High glamour and bling, the primary suite bathroom is the standout design element of the home. The shower features 4ft x 9ft large format Onyx Porcelain tile from Hamilton Parker, and the walnut vanity was custom-made to fit the curvature of the wall. Both of these standout elements also came with their respective challenges… The curved vanities were delicate to work with so as to not compromise the quality of the material. Integrating various materials was challenging for the primary bathroom because of the integrated LED adjustable lighting throughout. From the shower bench to ceiling to niche, and even underneath the vanities, there was lighting on nearly every surface! Working with the tile and lighting for maximum “WOW” factor and the desired end result was tricky because of the wet area we were working in, as well as the very large format Italian tile. With some hard work and strategic planning, we made it work and delivered that “WOW” factor to the client!