Because your home should reflect your personality.
As we celebrate Natipernavigare's 120-year anniversary, we're taking a look back at our favorite spaces.
Hot pink walls bring a playful contrast to the exquisite antiques in this late-19th century Brooklyn townhouse by Jonathan Berger.
After years of light cabinets, black is making a huge comeback. And it's easy to see why: A dark hue brings attention to high-end countertops and luxe appliances, like the Bosch wall ovens and refrigerator in this modern design.
Blue and white curtain panels draw the eye up in this dramatic Manhattan duplex by Katie Ridder. The bright colors pop against the neutral wallcovering.
Glossy red walls make a fitting backdrop to this eclectic dining area by Phillip Gorrivan. The designer described the Hervé Van der Straeten mirror as functioning like a "brooch" among the other fabulous pieces.
Wood drawers are anything but standard when finished in a stain that enhances the material's natural pattern. Soft beige tiles and the cool brushed metal finish of the Bosch European built-ins pick up the lighter tones in the grain of the wood.
The bold mustard-hued walls in the 640-square-foot loft of designers Bill Brockschmidt and Richard Dragisic prove that intense colors can work in small spaces.
More is definitely better when it comes to art in this San Francisco apartment. Instead of narrowing down a collection to just one piece, designer Antonio Martins (and homeowner John Mayberry) hung multiple pieces salon-style for maximum impact.
In designer Garrow Kedigian's Montreal home, illustrated details by artist Rajiv Surendra add whimsical architectural interest in the writing room.
For a breakfast nook that's as energy-boosting as a cup of espresso, Ashley Whittaker dressed the walls in a lively green wall covering. Art and accessories in coordinating hues, along with hints of contrasting lemon, create a look that's vibrant without being overwhelming.
Marimekko fabric draws the eye around the bold blue bedroom in Gary McBournie's Nantucket beach home. It's used both for window treatments and to line the wall behind the headboard.
You don't have to paint your walls tangerine to enjoy the mood-boosting energy of orange. In this bedroom by Amanda Lindroth, the walls and bed are all covered in fabrics featuring the sunny hue. Orange accessories and bedding also make a big impact.
Though every well-considered detail inside the library of this Vermont farmhouse by Ramsay Gourd attracts the eye, it's the ceiling that got us talking. It's covered in a lattice-print wallpaper that picks up the red and white color scheme from the rest of the room.
A hand-painted herringbone pattern punches up the classic bookcases in this Park Avenue apartment, designed by Christina Murphy. The bold backdrop draws the eye to the collection of books, vases, and other gorgeous accessories.
The elegant floral and bird motif of the exquisite de Gournay wallpaper complement the neoclassical details of the decor in this foyer by Miles Redd.
A ceiling-height stone fireplace suits the mountain location of this rustic retreat, designed by Will Wick. The wood deer head sculpture stands out against the rocky texture.
Designer Sam Allen unified his bedroom by upholstering the walls, headboard, and bedskirt in the same fabric — a wide silk stripe by Ralph Lauren. The navy hue also sets off the intense orange lantern and accessories.
It's only natural that a home that once belonged to a film star would have a touch of Hollywood. Here, an oversized image of Lauren Bacall by artist Jorge Rafael anchors the living room.
This Bay Area home by designer Erin Martin takes a fearless approach to bathroom accents, covering the walls with a striking mix of glass tile. Even better, the rich hues don't detract any attention away from the magnificent 1920s Turkish relief panel that defines the sink area.
The small dimensions of a powder room practically beg you to take chances — like the jaw-dropping nature-themed wall covering in this washroom designed by Harry Heissman.
The allover print of the blue and white wallpaper in designer Lindsay Coral Harper's bedroom brings a sense of energy to the space. An Ikat-print accent chair lends intriguing contrast.
Miles Redd turns an entryway into a statement with an uninhibited mix of textures, color, and patterns. The large-scale fabric wallcovering extends to the ceiling, drawing the eye around every inch of this one-of-a-kind space.
The wide plank wood that forms the ceiling of this Massachusetts living room was salvaged from an old ship. Each piece has beautiful imperfections that bring a rustic texture to the space.