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The 1940s lacquer cocktail table is from Maison Jansen and art work by Ellsworth Kelly. Designer Susan Zises Green infuses pink, cream, and coral shades into this Palm Beach front room to echo a group of seashells. An antique stool awaits friends, and flowers by Tom Mathieu add vibrant life throughout.

A deep-pink striped daybed cloth by Robert Kime mingles with an amethyst-and-gold-accented artwork collection, adding a layered look to the room. Glimmering surfaces, distinctive items, impeccable views of the Mecox Bay assert a sense of glamour within this living room by Alex Papachristidis. The New York–primarily based decorator labored with varied artisans to create one-of-a-kind piece such because the lighting hanging from the ceiling by Hervé van der Straeten.

It’s time to do away with these dingy old bath towels—discolored whites and bleach-stained colors make your area look dirty and low cost. “Proudly show crisp white, fluffy towels like the type you’ll discover in a flowery resort or spa,” says Drew Henry, founding father of design agency Design Dudes. Steal these different sixteen decorating methods resort rooms use to really feel luxurious. The room’s sofa and chairs are from the designer’s Casa Branca collection, and the chairs are lined in a Schumacher fabric.

Walls in Wimborne White by Farrow & Ball and artworks by Hendrik Kerstens and Trine Søndergaard. This Palm Beach lounge of antiques vendor Lars Bolander doubles as an art exhibition with paintings and sculptures adorning each nook. The console displays objects from the Bolander’s travels, together with a French drawing and bowls from Greece and India.

The sculptures at left and on the console are by Dominique Pollès, from the collection of Mr. and Mrs. James Harpel. Designer Katie Ridder challenges traditional, demure Hamptons type with electrical shades of blue and red and rich patterns in this living room. The stable turquoise sofa and Chinese-purple pillow fabric playfully accent hues within the hand-painted Iksel wallcovering. In the lounge of this Miami seaside retreat, designer Sig Bergamin plays with two dozen patterned fabrics and jewel tones to create a festive and welcoming vibe.

Urban interior design stems from the modern designer lofts in the major cities. Taking cues from its cosmopolitan setting, urban modern is a fusion of varied opposing and complementary traits.

The customized sofa and both pairs of armchairs are upholstered in Claremont fabrics, topped with pillows in Fortuny fabrics, and flanked by facet tables by John Rosselli Antiques. The lamps are Daniel Barney and body artwork by Diane Petry. This Atlanta front room designed by Melanie Turner marries classical influences with modern flair with the help of a tiger-striped couch in a Scalamandré velvet. The teal pillows are in a Schumacher cloth with Samuel & Sons trim.

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