I'm very happy to have Lori Ludwick of InDesign as the fifth designer featured in my DC Designer Series. Lori's work is eclectic, easily moving from Belgian inspired traditional to a modern aesthetic with bold color use. The following bedroom ranks up there as one of my all time favorites, magazine pics included.

The first time I looked at this picture I thought I saw curved wooden panels behind the bed - but then realized instead there is a wall sized photograph of stone columns with trees in the distance. What a creative way to add depth and interest to a small room. Serious wow factor!

The bedside tables don't take up alot of visual space. Note the pull-out extensions to increase surface size.

Love, love, love the accent pillow and the buttons on the bedspread.

This is my kind of media room. For me, many media rooms run amok when they feel too much like a piece of a Regal Cinema broke off and landed in your house. Check out the brick wall and the pipes running along the ceiling, this is a terrific conversion of a basement space many of us can identify with. Love the leopard print carpeting and the simple panelled gallery wall.

The built in storage and the framed movie screen are additional nice touches to this space.

Love the choice to keep the exposed brick in this home, it's very pretty. Interesting box shelf below the window.
Stainless steel counters and the decision to change-up the cabinetry fronts by the window keep this small kitchen from feeling too small.

What little kid wouln't love this porthole built into bunk beds? A small, creative touch with a big impact. Oh, and how could I forget the slide too!

Cool fish. Also, notice the demi-lune lucite ledge mounted to the wall.
Alot of bold pinks with touches of brown to ground them. The chair is a terrific choice for this room.

Lastly, a fresh and airy bathroom. I like the curved frosted glass divider wall that blocks the view of the toilet. In the distance you can see an outdoor shower too. Head over here to view more of Lori's work. Thank you Lori and Laura for sharing these pictures with me.