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5 Noteworthy Accent Walls

Uptown Eclectic - Pembrooke & Ives - Eclectic dining room with blue textured accent wall, modern...
Uptown Eclectic, Photography by Genevieve Garruppo

1. Ceramic Tile

High-relief large ceramic tiles were made by Peter Lane to create a striking accent wall in the dining room of our Uptown Eclectic project. The installation boasts gold leaf spheres set against the blue glazing. The texture, color and materiality make for an installation that has a sense of both being brutalist and elegant.

Leonard Street - Modern bedroom in Tribeca, NY home with grey accent wall, glass and brass lighting....
Leonard Street, Photography by Genevieve Garruppo

2. Upholstered Wall

A modern and refined approach, a suede upholstered wall in the primary bedroom creates a moment of luxury in our Leonard Street project. The materiality adds a softness to the room and offers a serene backdrop for the bed wall, the focal point of the room. 

Uptown Eclectic - Pembrooke & Ives - Eclectic double desk office space with artistic wallpaper,...
Uptown Eclectic, Photography by Genevieve Garruppo

3. Artistic Wallpaper

Using graphic wallpaper behind open shelving makes for an impactful moment in thisUptown Eclectic home. With organic waves as a backdrop to the rectilinear shelving, the wallpaper byGracie Studio becomes a dream-like accent that amplifies the space.

Glen Oaks Club - Textured wall with cove lighting in modern dining room of Long Island country...
Glen Oaks Club

4. Illuminated Coves

This accent wall in the restaurant of Glen Oaks Club was conceived by artist Peter Glassford who uses found wood scraps to create collaged wood tiles. The tiles were painted white to create a subtle wall of texture and warm the space, accentuated by the surrounding cove light.  

Historic West Palm Beach - Chrome luxury tub with metal and opaque glass wall sconces. Interior...
Historic West Palm Beach, Photography by Stephen Kent Johnson

5. Ombre Tile

An ombre mosaic tile accent wall visually grounds the stainless steel bathtub by placing darker tones at the base of the wall in the Historic West Palm Beach home. Silver and white tones keep this bathroom sleek and modern, and the picture window and flanking sconces create a perfect symmetry that emphasize the show-stopping tub. 

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