I spotted the bedroom above designed by Florida-based interior designer Andrew Howard and immediately fell down the rabbit hole that is his fabulous portfolio. The decorator’s playful use of color and pattern certainly makes for memorable interiors. Below, I thought I’d share some of my favorite rooms by Andrew Howard with you.
Another shot of the darling yellow children’s room. I love when the same print is used on the walls and window treatments. The monogrammed euro shams and scalloped bed skirt are also a sweet touch.
Blue paisley roman shades add a pop of color to this white and grey kitchen.
The turquoise Katie Ridder wallpaper in this bathroom is great fun. The painted trim is a bold statement.
Love how this kitchen’s subway tile backsplash extends all the way to the ceiling. Using white tiles with dark grout makes a strong statement.
A classic blue and white living room by Howard. The painted trim makes the walls pop.
Another shot of the living room with its sisal rug and garden stool. The navy blue roll am sofa is so handsome and I love brush fringe on throw pillows.
A patterned grasscloth wallcovering steals the show in this neutral powder room. How great are those coral branch scones and the bone mirror?
A vibrant blue dining room with lacquered walls. The brown paisley curtains hung on iron hardware are a gorgeous touch.
Another charming children’s room designed by Andrew Howard. Alcove beds and seating are always so cozy.
Love the lucite legs on this powder room vanity and the lovely printed wallpaper.
Pretty blue subway tiles and brass lanterns spruce up this white kitchen.
Breakfast with view! A handsome this farmhouse table breakfast nook.
The marbled wallpaper in this foyer is right up my alley. Also a fan of that pretty white console.
This spacious yet cozy living room reminds me of something you’d see back home in California.
Another subway tile backsplash reaching to the ceiling. I’m also a fan of the kitchen’s open shelving, blue cabinetry, and striped dhurrie. Rugs in a kitchen are such an easy way to incorporate a bit of pattern and add some warmth.
This modern rustic space proves Andrew Howard can decorate in a variety of styles. I like the tapestry hung above the sofa—it adds a bit of old world charm to the room’s clean lines.
A blue tile backsplash and mirrored cupboards add interest to this kitchen.
Another fabulous Katie Ridder wallpaper! Adore the powder room’s quirky rattan wall mirror as well.
You can’t go wrong with blue and white (and a hint of green). Lately, I’ve been coveting a canopy bed.
Periwinkle pendant lights steal the show in this white kitchen. Also love the space’s open shelving and the mosaic backsplash behind the stove.
This bubble gum pink walk-in-closet is very fun (and not for the faint of heart).