Resort Glam Interiors

Bright white punctuated with dark accents and posh accessories make rooms feel sleek and chic.


Troy Campbell

Plain to Impressive

White walls and cotton slipcovered furniture contrasts with the room’s Brazilian-walnut floor and dark coffee table and leather chairs.


Troy Campbell

Vision in White

A platform bed gives this room an Asian air, with the all-white interiors emphasizing the natural beauty outside.


Jean Allsopp

Timeless Appeal

Elegant drapes, and dark-wood furnishings give this room a sophisticated air, while a candy-stripe rug, and vibrant accent pillows keep it from feeling overly formal.


Brie Williams

Contemporary Fusion

Bold fabrics spice up slipcovers in this sunny living room. Animal print fabric feels exotic in an otherwise traditional space.


Brie Williams

Sophisticated Blend

Vintage and modern pieces together create a polished look, while the cool blue, sand, and gold palette keeps the room light and soothing.


Lisa Romerein

Exterior Focus

The designer softened this sleek master bedroom with soft fluffy linens and a fur rug. A solid wall of glass leaves no doubt about the room’s focus.


Grey Crawford

Traditionally Modern

Mexican-tile floors and cognac-brown leather chairs lend warmth to this predominantly white interior.


Grey Crawford

Simple Palette

Upscale plastic chairs are paired with an antique lacquered table for a look that’s both polished and functional.


Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn

Casual Spirit

The black-and-white palette in this home looks sharp and timeless. Outdoor fabric curtains drape open doorways in the side porch off the living room.


Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn

Powerful Design

In the master bedroom, ceramic birds perched on rustic shelves were painted to match the pale blue that crops up in throw pillows, the geometric carpet, and the ceiling. The room has a little drama but doesn’t take itself too seriously.


Roger Davies

Great Escape

The airy great room, with its exposed rafters, vaulted ceiling, and comfortable decor is understandably the homeowners’ favorite hangout spot.


Roger Davies

Entertainment Factor

Instead of using shutters in the master bedroom, the designer chose blinds that open up entirely to reveal gorgeous views.


Richard Leo Johnson

Feminine Without Fuss

A glossy sideboard, table, and chairs keep this architecturally embellished, crystal-chandeliered dining room from looking overdone.


Richard Leo Johnson

Less Is More

Tall ceilings, a fireplace, and multiple mirrors add a touch of glamour and enhance the space of this small master bedroom.


J. Savage Gibson

Statement Piece

Art and accessories assume greater prominence in a white interior. A few carefully chosen furnishings with overscale proportions make an instant impression.

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