Accessorizing with vintage winter sporting equipment, such as skis, snowshoes, a sled and skates, gives a rustic cottage appearance to a North Carolina front porch decorated by blogger Amy Buchanan of AttaGirlSays. The sports equipment joins yard sale finds, including the table, vintage wooden toolbox and the dresser frame.
Home decor blogger Amy Buchanan started with a yard sale table and layered in finds, such as a tobacco stick star, a pinecone garland and a frame from an old dresser. Ticking ribbon and wooden Christmas trees painted to look like old grain sacks are in keeping with the farmhouse theme. "I love collecting vintage items throughout the year, then mixing them together to create rustic and farm-style vignettes," says Buchanan, who blogs at AttaGirlSays.
This living room is a comfortable, open gathering space for the homeowner to entertain with friends and display her travel artifacts. The homeowner's existing silk sofa set the color palette for the space. Designer Amy May drew upon the inspiration to incorporate more color while keeping the space classic, comfortable and inviting.
The view into the dining area shows how the white painted ship lap accent wall allows the plants and wood furniture to come to life. White chairs at the ends of the table add an extra pop of style to the dining set up. Hanging succulents and indoor plants add natural life and color to the design.
A mix of vintage and new furnishings with midcentury lines make for an inviting, minimalist dining area in the open plan space.
The Danish wood chairs were a flea market find with dismal pad fabric. Seeing past the dirty florals to the fine sculptural lines, designer Natalie Myers and her team snatched them up. Four new pads with blue pads were made and the chairs look like a million bucks.
A newlywed couple's bedroom in the Hollywood Hills captures the allure of the Hollywood and the naturally Bohemian air of living in Laurel Canyon in one space. A large scale sea photograph printed on plexiglass is mounted above a modern black bed frame with white linens and layered pillows. Patterned rugs add warm color to the room.
The view into the living room area displays the white on white texture of unbleached macrame fiber art on the white ship lap. The coffee table is a DIY - a broken clock face transformed into a live edge table with hair pin legs. A tall floor lamp arches over the large brown leather sectional.
Gray wood-look tile for the walls and floors crisply contrasts the white vanity in this spa bathroom for a look that's chic and luxurious. The circular drawer and cabinet pulls have a whimsical appeal.
Using Benjamin Moore's Newburyport Blue as the backdrop, Jenn Feldman Designs created a fun, Americana themed space for a race car loving kid, with seating for mom and dad and their other two sons to jump on in. By creatively angling the twin bed and it's frame, JFD was able to add seating and play space for all to gather, all while keeping the details fun for a fantastic four-year-old kid!
The DIY coffee table is made from a broken clock face transformed into a live edge table with hair pin legs. A white ship lap accent wall creates a white on white texture display with the unbleached macrame fiber art. A large leather sectional is decorated with a mix of patterned pillows and throw blankets. Wicker baskets provide decorative storage.
This pretty bathroom features a mix of modern, traditional and eclectic design elements. Textured tile in a diamond pattern surrounds the tub and shower. Modern cabinetry, hardware and lighting blends with traditional artwork and accessories for a touch of whimsy.
With sturdy tile that extends onto the wall, this children's bathroom is built for durability and function. Built-in shelves provide easy-to-reach storage. Colorful art creates a vivid focal point in the neutral space.