For this Fairfield build, interior designer Danisha Drury of Design District Access used a timeless black-and-white theme, bringing in arresting geometric elements.
“The overall monochromatic esthetic for this build was chosen to contrast different elements like brick, wood and cement with black and white accents throughout,” Drury says.”
This required finding a distinctive wallpaper for over the Regency City Series San Francisco Bay 40 gas fireplace.
“We had already selected a wallpaper for the entrance that was also black and white with a different scale, so it was important that they play nicely together,” she says.
The Hex Black Geometric wallpaper from A-Street Prints also plays off the glossy black Euro Ceramic Tile Studio Series tile of the hearth.
“This fireplace has a patented venting technology that allows for the wallpaper to butt tight against the firebox,” she says. “This allows for any designer to add huge flair to an otherwise just tiled fireplace surround and create a stunning focal point.”