The glass door cabinet fits perfectly in the wall space separating the spacious kitchen from the attached mudroom. Colorful books and dishes add small touches of color to the space. Simple brass decor and a mounted chalkboard finish the space with a homey feel.
Two bright orange wingback chairs along with two brass ring table lamps flank a simple mirrored coffee table in this contemporary living room. The orange hues are carried over into the artwork and area rug while the shape of the table lamps is reflected in the electric blue cushions of the front chairs.
In a room with pink and white vertical striped wallpaper, a rich wood buffet table with brass hardware is displayed along one wall. Two table lamps are placed at either end of the buffet table while the wall above displays an ornate gold mirror.
Silver, gold and black triangles cover the back wall like confetti for a fun, whimsical detail that makes a major statement. The bohemian textile skirt packs a seriously stylish punch on the simple white crib. A brass floor lamp with an attached glass table picks up metallic tones from the triangle accent wall to amp up the glam factor.
The tone-on-tone, neutral design scheme of this home office makes the room feel even larger than it really is. Light sources abound, including recessed lighting, track lighting, a contemporary light fixture, a table lamp and large windows. The brass and glass desk takes up minimal visual space and is a key design element in the room.
Natural light illuminates this office with a pair of brass drum tables positioned between a blue sofa and two brown leather armchairs. A blue patterned carpet lines the floor, while a stylish floor lamp is positioned between two windows.
Gold is a regal choice that demands attention in this once-overlooked guest bedroom. Glass and antique brass side tables give the room a more modern look, and are topped with lamps from a discount home store selected by Atlanta designer Jennifer Foster. A streamlined slipcovered headboard offers flexibility for future makeovers.
The key to making rooms feel well curated and balanced is the proper mix of organic materials. Nearly every element in this room is made from all-natural materials, including the driftwood floor lamps, Belgian-linen upholstery, cotton draperies, rustic wooden nesting tables and aged-brass hardware.
This bedside table has been styled to perfection. A brass and marble lamp is a reflection of many of the other tactile furnishings featured throughout the interior. A small ceramic piece serves to hold items like rings and jewelry. And a ceramic planter designed by Tina is a perfect home for another plant.