London interior design team Gail Taylor and Karen Howes of Taylor Howes used aubergine as a theme colour to create an atmosphere of casual elegance for this Wiltshire country house. The colour palette of aubergine – a trademark colour of Taylor Howes – goes with many other shades – greys, greens, pink, white, cream and chocolate.
The interiors of the iconic Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai bring images of a contemporary Arabian fantasy. London-based interior designer Khuan Chew of KCA International created an environment of ornate grandeur with an explosion of colour.
The Mezzanine fountain is a kaleidoscope of colour and patterns. A water column is programmed to shoot the fountain up 32 meters high.
Otter Cove residence in Carmel, California designed by Sagan Piechota Architecture offers unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean. This cliffside residence strives to appear as a natural extension of the landscape.
There are certain designs and colour palettes that never go out of fashion. Classic Contemporary? This may be the best way to describe the elegant and timeless look by Gerald Tolomeo.
Tolomeo juxtaposes simple colours with something more decorative and dramatic. A neutral beige or white background with a touch of green and blue creates a classic and ageless room for those who just want simple elegance.