Featured in "Shape Up for Summer," March/April 2015.
Homeowners Barry and Dallas-Shea King worked with designer Angel Davis on the interior design scheme of their home in Lakeshore Estates.
To offset the piece’s formal look, designer Jan Ware covered it with casual quilted bedding and flanked it with modern marble side tables. Gadsden residents Julie and David Chadwick turned to Libby Greene Interiors to tackle their Sandestin home.
In the master bedroom, casual tones of blue and gray nicely complement more sophisticated elements such as the beaded chandelier.
In the foreground on the right is the dream of Pharoah and Joseph interpreting Pharoah's dream, and, on the left, Joseph greeting his father and kinsmen on their arrival in Egypt. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles) shows earlier episodes of the story, before Joseph was sold into slavery in Egypt.
Both panels originally were engaged in the wainscoting of a bedroom, dating from about 1482.
The master bedroom of this Mountain Brook home is a deep-chocolate, masculine cocoon.
A car collector, the homeowner fell in love with the Ralph Lauren bed that resembles the interior of a vintage automobile.
In the background to the left is the sale of Joseph to Potiphar, Joseph fleeing from Potiphar's wife, and his imprisonment.In the guest bedroom, they opted for more conservative options like a neutral palette with gray and yellow pattern accents. Velvet drapes and an upholstered bed and settee give the master bedroom of this Crestline cottage a delicate French accent. In this luxurious master suite, designer Georgia Carlee layered soft linens and textures with a contemporary chaise longue, sisal rugs, antique doors and salvaged architectural fragments. Designer Virginia Volman created a custom headboard and platform for her master bedroom, eliminating the need for a footboard or bedskirt.