Continuing our design theme of black and white, we approached these 3 spaces as extensions of the rest of the home. For the Club Room, we created a cozy and masculine space that combines clean lines with more graphic elements, whereas the Powder room was all about making a statement with an eye-catching wallpaper. And for the Outdoor Lounge, we took a relaxed approach, keeping things comfortable for the perfect spot to unwind.
Keep scrolling to see all the images of the Club Room, Powder Room and Outdoor Lounge (and shop all the pieces to bring this look home). And be sure to check out all the other spaces: The Living Room & Kitchen, Master Suite and Guest Bedrooms.
If you want to see even more of our design work, check out Bobby’s Parents’ Home Makeover, Sunny Scandinavian: The Full Home Tour, Modern Boho: The Full Home Tour and Bold and Black: The Full Home Tour.
Intended as a place to sit back, unwind and watch tv, the Club Room is a stylish spot that doesn’t take itself too seriously. A black accent wall and fireplace bring in visual weight, as does the black leather Burrard Sofa from Article. For more comfy spots to kick back, there’s a pair of modern armchairs and a caramel-colored leather lounge chair. Streamlined black side tables provide a convenient spot to set drinks, and a rustic wood coffee table adds some warmth. For a bit of edge and contrast, we brought in the graphic Tasha Wool Rug from Annie Selke, arched pendant light and an oversized piece of geometric art. Rustic wood shelves provide plenty of space for wine glasses and containers, while also displaying art and accessories. And a built-in wet bar and wine fridge make grabbing a drink easier than ever.
1. Panna Leather Lumbar Pillow | 2. Oversized Ivory Curly Mongolian Faux Fur Lumbar Pillow | 3. Edge Art Print | 4. Matte Black Winnie 3 Light Wide Chandelier | 5. Alester Metal Drink Table | 6. Midnight 01 Print | 7. Ken Stabler Super Bowl XI Action Photograph | 8. Glass Decanter with Wood Stopper | 9. Burrard Sofa | 10. Montana Glass Jar With Sealed Lid | 11. Langdon Cross Legged Coffee Table | 12. Cohen Chair | 13. Jet Black Football | 14. Smoke Stack Black Vase | 15. Turner Throw | 16. Tasha Wool Rug | 17. Gold Decorative Trophy | 18. Shape and Shapeless Art Print | 19. Black Pedestal Bowl | 20. Kerby Industrial Accent Chair | 21. Hand-Painted Tequilla Decanter | 22. Modern Wine Glasses
Shop The Club Room
The powder room is just off the entry so we definitely wanted to make a statement in this room, and did just that with this graphic wallpaper. This print brings in lots of character, while still sticking to our neutral palette. To complement the wallpaper without competing, we chose the Folk Abigail Ball Pendant and Angular Cylinder Pendant from Rejuvenation. The scale of the lighting gives it a sculptural quality and helps draw the eye up. A simple black frame mirror and wall mount faucets keep things clean, and a black vase and framed line drawing are the perfect accessories to give the finishing touch.
Shop The Powder Room
For the final space in the home, comfort was key. We wanted the Outdoor Lounge to be the perfect place to end the day in style. For the furniture, we went with the Kezia Sectional and Urba Coffee Table from Article. The clean lines and combination of teak and charcoal grey upholstery fit perfectly with the overall design theme, and provide ample seating. To soften things up underfoot, we added the Mingled Rope Rug from Annie Selke, along with plenty of textured pillows and a cozy throw. A potted succulent in a low planter brings in some greenery, and a pair of minimal outdoor sconces cast a glow as the sun sets.
1. Black Outdoor Pillow | 2. Loop Dots Throw Pillow | 3. Kezia Sectional | 4. Mingled Rope Rug | 5. Lonoke Concrete Pot Planter | 6. Honeycomb Outdoor Lumbar Pillow | 7. Axel LED Indoor and Outdoor Wall Light | 8. Urba Coffee Table | 9. Daden Throw
Well, that wraps up the tour of our neutral and natural project! We hope you had just as much fun seeing the spaces in the home as we did designing it. Feel free to comment below and let us know your favorite pieces, rooms or features of this inspiring space. And stay tuned for more design reveals this year!